(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Laws of the State of Illinois"

Accession No. Book No. 


Sarkfatir Itabltc ffibrarj! 

19 


PRESENTED BY 





BOUND TO STAY BOUND 

BY THE 

toMETHODBoOKtfiNDZRy.Inc 

JACKSONVILLE. ILL. 
PROCESS PATENTED MARCH 2.1920 



SHELVED IN LAW COLLECTION 



DOCUMENTS COLLECTION 
Do Not Take From This Room 



***■' 



ASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY 



LIBRARY 




3 1711 00611 7936 



G0VPU L ^» LREF 

APR 3 1997 

WESTERN ILLINOIS UNIV. 
FEDERAL DEPOSITORY 

MB* 00 * 1 ; i ;vi'V " rrt 



V 






Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

CARLI: Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois 



http://www.archive.org/details/lawsofstateofil187374illi 



L AAV S 



STATE-OF ILLINOIS 



PASSED liV THK 



TWENTY-EIGHTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



CONVENED JANUARY 8, 1873. 



t Adjourned May 6, 1873, to January 6, 1874. 
Adjourned sine die March 31, 1874. 



Printed by Authority of the General Assembly of the State of Illiuois. 



1 873-4. 



SPRINGFIELD : 

STATE JOURNAL STEAM PRINT, 
1874. 



R1070 
43 

TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES: pack 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to the administrations of estates," ap- 
proved April 1, 187-2 1 

An act to amend section 91 of an act entitled "An act in regard to the administrations of es- 
tates," approved April 1, 1872 2 

AGRICULTURE : 

An act concerning the re-organization of county agricultural societies, in conformity to 
"An act to create a Department of Agriculture in the State of Illinois," approved April 
15, 1871 2 

ANIMALS : 

An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled "An act to prohibit domestic animals from run- 
ning at large in this state, " approved January 13, 1872 3 

An act to enable towns to prohibit domestic animals from running at large in counties 
where they are not prohibited by law 4 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to prohibit domestic animals from running at 
large in this state, " approved January 13, 1872 5 

APPROPRIATIONS : 

Agricultural Board : 
An act making an appropriation for the benefit of the State Board of Agriculture, and of 

county agricultural boards 6 

Blind : 
An act to provide for the erection of buildings necessary for the education of the blind of 
the state of Illinois 6 

An act making appropriations for the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Blind, for 
the years 1873 and 1874 7 

An act to empower the Auditor to draw his warrants for unexpended money heretofore ap- 
propriated to the Institution for the Education of the Blind, and for a further appropria- 
tion to said institution 7 

Daji and Lock: 

An act authorizing the Board of Canal Commissioners to construct a dam and lock at or near 
Copperas creek, and to make an appropriation for such improvement 8 

An act making an appropriation for repairing the lock-gates on the Little "Wabash river ... 10 

An act to authorize the removal of the feeder dam across the Calumet river, near Blue Island, 
in Cook county, in the state of Illinois, and to provide compensation to Christian Pfeifer 

and John Roll for any loss they may sustain by its removal 10 

Deaf and Dumb : 
An act for the erection of a chapel, dining room and school buildings for the Illinois Institu- 
tion for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb 11 

An act for the support of the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb . . 12 
Eye and Ear Infirmary : 
An act making an appropriation in aid of the erection and for the completion of a b nilding 

for the Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary 12 

An act making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the Dlinois Charitable Eye and 

Ear Infirmary, and for furniture '. 15 

Executive Mansion: 
An act making an appropriation for repairing and refurnishing the Executive Mansion and 

grounds and for fitting the same for use and occupation 15 

Feeble Minded Children ■ 
An act niakiug appropriations for the support of the Illinois Institution for the Education of 
Feeble Minded Children 16 



IV CONTENTS. 



appropriations-continued. page 

Geological : 
An act providing for the publication and distribution of the sixth volume of thereport of the 
State Geologist, to tix the amount of his salary, and provide for removing the state collec- 
tion of geological specimens into the new state house 17 

An act making an appropriation for the payment of the claim of A. Paine, for binding the 
first and second volumes of the report of the Geological Survey of Illinois 18 

Industrial University : 

An act to regulate the Illinois Industrial University, and to make appropriations there- 
for IS 

An act making an appropriation in aid of the Industrial Univeristy, and for payment of tax- 
es on land held by the state for use of said institution ' 20 

Insane Asylum— Elgin : 
An act making appropriations for the erection of the south wing of the Northern Illinois 
Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin 21 

An act to provide for the pavmeut of a deficiency in the ordinary expenses of the Northern 
Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin 22 

An act making appropriations for the ordinary expenses of the Northern Hospital and Asy- 
lum for the Insane, at Elgin 22 

An act making appropriations for the Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, 
at Elgin 23 

Insane Asylum — Jacksonville : 

An act appropriating money to defray the ordinary expenses of the Illinois State Hospital 
for the Insane, located at Jacksonville, Illinois, and for making needed repairs and im- 
provements to said hospital 24 

Insane Asylum— Anna : 
An act making an appropriation fof the completion of the center building of the Southern In- 
sane Asylum 24 

An act making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the Southern Insane Asylum . 25 
Normal University-— Normal : 
An act making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the Normal University, at Nor- 
mal, and for the prevention of a deficiency 25 

Normal University' — Southern : 

An act making an appropriation to the Southern Illinois Normal University 26 

An act making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the Southern Normal Univer- 
sity ' 26 

Reform School : 

An act making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the State Reform School 27 

An act making an appropriation for buildings and other improvements for the State Reform 

School, and for the purchase of stock 27 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home : 
An act to make appropriations for the Soldiers' Orphans' Home, and to maintain said institu- 
tion for the next two years 28 

An act to appropriate money for the purchase of furniture and bedding for the Illinois Sol- 
diers' Orphans' Home 29 

An act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act making appropriations for the payment 

of the indebtedness of the Soldiers' Orphans' Home," approved March 12, 1872 29 

Soldiers' Monument : 

An act to provide for building a soldiers' monument at the National Cemetery, near Mound 
City 30 

State Entomologist : 

An act to appropriate money to pay the salary and expense of publishing the report of the 

State Entomologist 31 

State Government : 

An act making an appropriation for the payment of the officers and members of the next 
General Assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the State Government 31 

An act to provide for the expenses of the State Government prior to the 13th day of Janu- 
ary, 1873, and to cover deficiency in appropriations therefor 31 

An act to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State Government hereto- 
fore incurred and unprovided for, and until the 30th day of June, 1873 33 

An act to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State Government until 
the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session of 
the General Assembly 34 

An act to provide for the payment of the expenses of the Senate Penitentiary Investigating 
Committee, and the expenses of witnesses, and miscellaneous expenses of the House Peni- 
tentiary Committee, and expenses of other committees and persons 38 

An act to further provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State Government 
until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular ses- 
sion of the General Assembly 39 

State House : 

An act making an appropriation to continue the work on the new State House 41 

Supreme Court : 

An act making an appropriation for the purpose of furnishing the court house for the Su- 
preme Court, at Mount Vernon, Illinois, and improving the grounds thereto adjoining 41 



CONTENTS. 



APPROPRIATIONS— Continued. page 

MISCELLANEOUS : , 

An act to provide for the removal of the monument, tombstones, and remains of certain mem- 
bers of the General Assembly of this State, who died and were buried at Vandalia, Illinois. 42 

Au act to reimburse the county of McLean the sum of four thousand eight hundred and fifty 
dollars in abatement of taxes for the year 1872 42 

An act making an appropriation to pay Robert Tillson and Company ten thousand dollars in 
full for their demand against, the State 43 

An act for the relief of Frederick "Wagner 43 

An act to make an appropriation for compensation to military companies for services ren- 
dered in the city of Chicago in the month of October, 1871 44 

ASSESSMENTS : i 

An act in regard to the assessment and collection of taxes in incorporated cities, towns and 
villages for the year A. D. 1872, and prior years 45 

An act extending the time for the collection of the taxes on the assessments for the year A. 
1). 1872, and delinquent and omitted taxes on the assessment books for said year 59 

An act to amend sections sixty-six (G6), one hundred and twenty-two (122), one hundred and 
thirty seven (137), one hundred and fifty-five (155), one hundred and sixty-four (104), one 
hundred and sixty-nine (169), one hundred and seventy-seven (177), one hundred and seven- 
ty-eight (178), one hundred and eighty-two (182), one hundred and eighty-five (185), one 
hundred and ninety-one (191), one hundred and ninety-two (192), one hundred and ninety- 
three (193), two hundred and twelve (212), two hundred and twenty (220), two hundred and 
twenty-one (221), two hundred and thiry-nine (239), two hundred aud forty-one (241), two 
hundred and forty-seven (^17), two hundred and seventy -seven (277), of "An act for the 
assessment of property, and the levy and collection of taxes," approved March 30, 1872 ... 51 

Au act to amend section 92 of an act entitled 'An act for the assessment of property and for 
the levy and collection of taxes, " approved Mai ch 30, 1872 57 

An act to amend au act entitled "An act for the assessment of property, and for the levy and 
collection of taxes," approved March 30, 1872 57 

An act to provide for the collection of revenue, and for the sale of real estate for non-pay- 
ment of taxes for state, county, municipal or other purposes, for the year A. D. 1872, in 
cities situated in counties under township organization, in which no collector of taxes is 
now provided for by law 58 

An act to legalize the extension of taxes in certain cases 59 

An act in regard to assessors and collectors in certain incorporated cities, and to extend the 
time for the assessment and collection of the county and state taxes therein, for the year 
A. D. 1873 60 

BAIL: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act concerning bail in civil cases," approved January 
22, 1872 , '. 61 

CITIES AND VILLAGES : 

An act to amend sections six (6) and seven (7) of article four (4) of an act entitled "An act 
to provide for the incorporation of cities and villages," in force July 1, 1872 62 

An act to amend sections six (6), seven (7), nine (9), twenty-four (24), twenty -six (26), and fif- 
ty-three (53), of article nine (9), of an act entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation 
of cities and villages," approved April 10, 1872 63 

An act to repeal section twenty -live, and to amend sections twenty-seven and twenty-eight 
of article niue of an act entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of cities and vil- 
lages," approved April 10, 1872 65 

An act authorizing towns and cities which have raised money for a specific purpose to ap- 
propriate the same for other purposes 66 

An act to set off from incorporated villages certain territory which by the county board has 
been formed into a new town, or part thereof 67 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to establish a Board of Fire Engineers and to re-or 
ganize the Fire Department in the city of Quincy," approved February 16, lts65, and an 
act entitled "An act to amend an act entitled ; an act to establish a Board of Fire Engi- 
neers, and to re-organize the Fire Department in the city of Quincy, Illinois,' " approved 
February 18, 1867 67 

An act to enable towns and villages in counties in this state having more than forty thou- 
sand inhabitants, according to the last Federal census, having commons, to dispose of the 
same 67 

CONTRACTS : 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to contracts under seal, and relating to 
sales of real estate and the enforcement thereof." , 69 

CONVEYANCES: ' 

An act to amend section twenty of an act entitled "An act concerning conveyances," ap- 
proved March 29, 1872 70 

An act to amend section twenty-eight (28) of an act entitled "An act concerning conveyan- 
ces," approved March 29, 1872 71 

COPYING LAWS AND JOURNALS : . 

An act to provide for copying the Laws and Journals of the General Assembly 72 



VI CONTENTS. 



CORPORATION'S : page 
An act to amend section thirty-one (31) of "An act concerning corporations," in force July 
1, 1872 74 

COUNTIES : 

An act to amend sections one (1) and three (3) of an act entitled "An act to enable counties 
having over- one hundred thousand inhabitants to issue bonds and borrow money for coun- 
ty purposes,'' approved February 23J 1872 74 

An act to provide for transferring territory from one county to another 76 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to provide for the appointment of a clerk of the 
Board of Supervisors in Winnebago county," approved February 9, 1855 77 

An act to enable the Board of Supervisors of Lawrence county to acquire title to the south 
part of the southwest quarter of section number 3, town 2 north, range 11 west, 73 acres, 
and to hold and dispose of the same for the use of the pauper fund of said county 78 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to provide for the election of additional supervisors 
in the county therein named" 78 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS : 

An act authorizing the Board of County Commissioners, elected in pursuance of article 10, 
section 6 of tLe Constitution, to perform the powers and duties heretofore devolving upon 
the County Courts in the transaction of county business, in counties not under township 
organization 79 

COURTS- CIRCUIT: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act concerning circuit courts, and to fix the time for 
holding the same in the several counties in the judicial circuits in the State of Illinois, ex- 
clusive of the county of Cook," approved May 2, 1873 80 

An act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act concerning Circuit Courts, and to fix 
the times for holding the same in the several counties in the judicial circuits in the State of 
Illinois, exclusive of the county of Cook," approved May 2, 1873 81 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act concerning Circuit Courts, and to fix the times for 
holding the same in the several counties in the judicial circuits in the State of Illinois, ex- 
clusive of the county of Cook," approved May 2, 1873 81 

An act to amend "An act concerning circuit courts, and to fix the time of holding the samein 
the several comities of the judicial circuits in the State of Illinois, exclusive of Cook," ap- 
proved May 2, 1873 82 

An act authorizing circuit judges to hold branch or branches of courts in other than their ju- 
dicial districts .... 82 

An act to authorize the present judges of the circuit courts to hold terms of court in the 
counties, and set the times as required by law, in force on the 18th day of March, A D. 

1873, until the expiration of their terms or office 83 

COURTS-CITY : 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to establish a city court in the city of Alton," ap- 
proved February 9, 1859 83 

An act to repeal an act entitled 'An act to establish a court of common pleas in the city of 
Amboy," approved March 11, 1869 '.... 85 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to establish a common pleas court in the city of Mat- 
toon," in force February 20, 1869 86 

An act to repeal so much of an act entitled "An act to establish recorder's courts in the 
cities of LaSalle and Peru," approved February 19, A. D. 185'J, as provides for the establish- 
ment of such court in the city of Peru, and the act amendatory thereof, approved Febru- 
ary 18, A. 1). 1861, so far as it applies to the recorder's court of the city of Peru, and for the 
disposal of cases pending in said court, aud of the books, records anil reports thereto be- 
longing 87 

COURTS- COUNTY : 

An act to fix the terms of County Courts 88 

An act to provide for transferring from county courts of special jurisdiction all causes pend- 
ing in which the amount claimed to be due, or upon which judgment shall have been ren- 
dered in a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars, to the circuit court of their respective 
counties, and also to transfer to said circuit courts all causes pending, together with the 
judgments, records, tiles and decrees of all county courts, upon whom chancery jurisdiction 
has heretofore been conferred by special act 89 

COURT— SUPERIOR : 

An act concerning the Clerks of the Superior Court of Cook county i 90 

COURTS OF RECORD : 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to practice in courts of record." 91 

An act to amend section 40 of an act entitled "An act in regard to practice in courts of rec- 
ord," approved February 22, 1872 92 

An act to amend section 51 of an act entitled "An act in regard to practice in courts of rec- 
ord." 92 

An act to amend section eighty-six (86) of an act entitled "An act in regard to practice in 
courts of record," approved February 22, lb72 .' 92 



CONTENTS. VII 



CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE : page 

An act to amend an act entitled ''An act to' amend chapter 30 of the Revised Statutes, enti- 
tled 'Criminal J urisprudence,' " approved February 13, 1863 93 

DITCHES AND LEVEES : 

An act to amend "An act to provide for the construction and protection of drains, ditches, 
levees, and other works," approved April 24, 1871 94 

ELECTIONS : 

An act to amend section 13 of an act entitled "An act in regard to elections, and to provide 
for filling vacancies in elective offices," approved April 3, A. D. 1872 95 

An act to amend section 132 of an act entitled "An act in regard to elections and to provide 
for filling vacancies in elective offices," approved April 3, 187-2 95 

An act to amend sections one (1), two (2), four (4), seven (7), nine (9) and twelve (12) of an 
act entitled 'An act for the registry of electors, and to prevent fraudulent voting," ap- 
proved February 15. 1865. and to repeal section ten (10) of said act 96 

An act to repeal section two (2) of an act entitled "An act to authorize the city of Macomb 
to elect supervisors and other officers," approved. February 23, A. D. 1867 98 

EVIDENCE AND DEPOSITIONS: 

An act to amend section live (5) of an act entitled "An act in regard to evidence and deposi- 
tions in civil cases," approved March 29, 1872 98 

An act to amend section forty-seven (47) of an act entitled "An act in regard to evidence 
and depositionsin civil cases," approved March 29, 1872 99 

FEES AND SALARIES: 

An act to amend sections forty (40) and forty-one (41) of an act entitled "An act to fix the sal- 
aries of State officers : of the judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook county; 
of the State's attorneys ; of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in cities 
and towns ; of the county officers of Cook county ; to regulate the fees of the Secretary of 
State and of the clerks of tlie supreme court ; toclassify the counties according to popula- 
tion, and to fix the scale of fees for county officers in each class; to establish the fees of 
masters in chancery, notaries public, commissioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices 
of the peace, constables and all town officers ; to provide the mode of rendering their ac- 
counts, and to fix a penalty for exacting illegal fees," approved March 29, A. D. 1872 99 

An act to amend section forty-four (41) of an act entitled "An act to fix the salaries of State 
officers ; of the judges of the circuit courts and superior court qf Cook county ; of the State's 
attorneys; of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in cities and towns; 
of the county officers of Uook county ; to regulate the fees of the Secretary of State and of 
the clerks of the supreme court ; to classify the counties according to population, and to fix 
the scale of fees for county officers in each class; to establish the fees of masters in chan- 
cery, notaries public, commissioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, 
constables, ana all town officers ; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to 
fix a penalty for exacting illegal fees," approved March 29, 1872 101 

An act to amend section forty-four (44) of an act entitled "An act to fix the salaries of State 
officers ; of the judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook county ; of the State's 
attorneys; of tlie judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in cities and towns; of 
the county officers of Cook county ; to regulate the fees of the Secretary of State, and of the 
clerks of the supreme court ; to classify the counties according to population, and fix the 
scale of fees for county officers in each class; to establish the fees of masters iu chancery, 
notaries public, commissioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, consta- 
bles aud all town officers ; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix a 
penalty for fixing illegal fees," approved March 29, 1872 102 

An act to amend section forty -six of an act entitled "An act to fix the salaries of State 
officers, and the judges of the circuit courts aud superior court of Cook county ; of the 
State's attorneys ; of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in cities and 
towns ; of the county officers of Cook county ; to regulate the fees of the Secretary of State, 
aud of the clerks of the supreme court ; to classify the counties according to population, 
and fix the scale of fees for county officers in each class ; to establish tho fees of masters in 
chancery, notaries public, commissioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the 
peace, constables, and all town officers ; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, 
and to fix a penalty for exacting illegal fees," approved March 29, 1872 103 

An act to amend "An act entitled ' an act to fix the salaries of State officers ; of the judges of 
the circuit courts and superior court of Cook county; of the State's attorneys ; of the 
judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in' cities and towns ; of the county offi- 
cers of Cook county ; to regulate the fees of the Secretary of State, and of the clerks of the 
supreme court; to classify the counties according to population, and fix the scale of fees for 
county officers in each class; to establish the fees of masters in chancery, notaries public, 
commissioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, constables and all town 
officers ; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix a penalty for exacting 
illegal fees,' " approved March 29, 1872; in force July 1, 1872 ' 104 

An act to amend the title of an act entitled "An act to fix the salaries of State officers ; of the 
judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook county ; of the State's attorneys ; 
of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in cities and towns ; of the coun- 
ty officers of Cook county ; to regulate the fees of the Secretary of State, and of the clerks 
of the supreme court; to classify the counties according to population, and fix the scale of 
fees for county officers in each class; to establish the fees of masters in chancery, notaries 
puhlic, commissioners, arbitrators, jurors witnesses, justices of the peace, constables, and 
all town officers ; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix a penalty for 
exacting illegal fees." in force July 1, 1872 105 



VIII CONTENTS. 



FERRIES : 1-AGE 
An act to authorize the establishment of a ferry across the Illinois river 106 

GEOLOGICAL : 

An act to amend an act entitled 'An act for a geological and mineralogical survey of the 
State of Illinois," approved February 17, 1851 106 

GUARDIANS AND WARDS : 

An act to amend an act entitled 'An act in regard to guardians and wards," approved April 
10, 1872 107 

INSANE ASYLUMS : 

An act to provide for the appointment of a board of trustees and a steward for the Southern 
Illinois Insane Asylum, and a board of trustees for the Southern Illinois Normal School, and 
to prescribe the duties of such boards of trustees and steward 108 

JUDGMENTS AND EXECUTION : 

Au act to amend section eighteen (18) of an act approved March the 22d, 1872, entitled "An 
act in regard to .judgments and decrees, and the mauner of enforcing the same by execu- 
tion, ana to provide for the redemption of real estate sold under execution or decree" 110 

An act to amend section fourteen (14) of the act entitled "An act in regard to judgments and 
decrees, and the manner of enforcing the same by execution, and to provide for the redemp- 
tion of real estate sold under execution or decree," in force July 1, 1872 Ill 

JURORS: 

An act concerning jurors Ill 

An act to amend section fourteen (14) of an act entitled "An act concerning jurors, and to 
repeal certain acts herein named," approved February 11, 1874 117 

An act to amend section twenty-two (22) of "An act concerning jurors, and to repeal certain 
acts herein named," approved February 11, 1874 117 

JUSTICE OF THE PEACE : 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the election and qualification of jus- 
tices of the peace and constables, and to provide for the jurisdiction and practice of justices 
of the peace in civil cases, and to fix the duties of constables, and to repeal certain acts 
therein named," approved April 1, 1872 118 

LANDS: 

An act to dispose of all [unsjold internal improvement lands or lots belonging to the State. . 119 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act in relation to a portion of the submerged lands and 
Lake Park grounds, lying on and adjacent to the shore of Lake Michigan, on the eastern 
frontage of the city of Chicago," in force April 16, 1869 119 

An act to authorize the trustees of the IllinoisState Hospital for the Insane, at Jacksonville, 
to sell and convey one and one-half acres of land to the city of Jacksonville, for public 
water works 120 

An act to authorize the United States to acquire certain property, and to cede jurisdiction of 
the same to the United States, together with the right to tax and assess the same, or the 
property of the United States thereon, during the time that the United States shall be or 
remain the owner thereof 120 

LIBRARIES : 

An act to amend section 6 of "An act to authorize cities, incorporated towns and townships 
to establish and maintain iree public libraries and reading rooms," approved March 7. 
1872 121 

LIMITATIONS : 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to limitations," approved April 4, 1872 ; in 
force July 1, 1872 121 

MINERS : 

An act to amend section of an act entitled "An act providing for the health and safety of 
persons employed in coal mines," approved March 27, 1872 122 

MINORS : 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the adoption of minors," approved 
February 22, 1867 122 

NOTARIES PUBLIC : 

An act to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the appointment, qualifi- 
cation and duties of notaries public, and certifying their official acts," approved Aprils, 
1872 .' 123 

OBSCENE LITERATURE : 

An act for the suppression of the trade in and the circulation of obscene literature, illustra- 
tions, advertisements and articles of indecent or immoral use, and obscene advertisements 
of patent medicines and articles for producing abortion 124 

PARKS : 

An act to amend sections six (6), seven (7) and nine (9) of an act entitled "An act in legnrd to 
the completion of public parks, and the management thereof, " approved June 16, 1871, and 
to add two (2) sections thereto 125 



CONTENTS. IX 



PENITENTIARY: 1'AGE 
An act to amend section three (3) of an act entitled ''An act to allow convicts in the peniten- 
tiary a credit in diminution of their sentence, and for their being restored to citizenship 
on certain conditions," approved March 19, 1872 127 

An act to amend an act entitled 'An act in relation to the penitentiary at Joliet,'to be enti- 
tled 'an act to provide for the management of the Illinois State Penitentiary at Joliet,' " 
approved June 16, 1871 - 127 

RAILROADS : 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to prevent extortion and unjust discrimination iu 
the rates charged for the transportation of passengers and freights on railroads in this 
State, and to punish the same, and prescribe a mode of precedure aud rules of evidence in 
relation thereto, and to repeal an act entitled 'an act to prevent unjust discriminations 
and extortions in the rates to be charged by the different railroads in this State for the 
transportation of freights on said roads,'" approved April 7, A. D. 1871 129 

An act granting a right of way to the Chicago and Pacific Railroad Company over lands of 
the Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane 130 

RECORDER OF DEEDS: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the election of recorder of deeds iu 
counties having sixty thousand and more inhabitants," in force July 1, 1872 131 

RECORDS : 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to remedy the evils consequent upon the destruc- 
tion of any public records by fire, or otherwise, " approved April 9, 1872 132 

ROADS AND BRIDGES : 

An act to amend section 2(5 of an act entitled "An act in regard to gate-ways, roads and 

bridges in counties not under township organization," approved April 18, 1873 133 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to gate-ways, roads and bridges, in coun- 
ties not under township organization," approved April 18, 1873 134 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to roads and bridges in counties under 
township organization" 136 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to roads and bridge's in counties under 
township organization," approved April 11, 1873 136 

An act in relation to surplus funds raised in towns and villages for town, road and bridge 
purposes ." 137 

SCHOOLS : 

An act to'amend section thirty-five (35) of an act entitled "An act to establish and maintain a 
system of free schools," approved April 1, 1872 137 

An act to amend section fifty (50) of an act entitled "An act to establish and maintain a sys- 
tem of free schools, " approved April 1, 1872 138 

TOWNS : 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to attach all fractional townships in Kankakee 
county to full townships therein, for school purposes." 140 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to attach a portion of town nineteen north, range 
twelve west, to town eighteen north, range twelve west, in Vermilion county, State of Illi- 
nois," approved February 21, 1859 140 

An act to repeal an act entitled "An act to change the name of the town of Rand to Des- 
plaines, and incorporate the same." : 140 

WAREHOUSE: 

An act to amend an act entitled "An act to regulate public warehouses and the warehousing 
and inspection of grain, and to give effect to article thirteen (13) of the Constitution of the 
State," approved April 25, 1871, in July 1, 1871, and to establish a committee of appeal and 
prescribe their duties 141 

JOINT RESOLUTIONS : . 

Adjournment sine die 143 

Adjournment — temporary 143 

.Bankrupt Law 1 43 

Centennial Commission 143 

Charitable Institutions 144 

Condition of Treasury 144 

Copying Laws and Journals , 145 

County Commissioners 145 

( Election Returns 145 

Enrollment of Laws 146 

Governor and Lieutenant Governor 146 

Immigration 146 

Improvement of Navigation 146 

Inauguration of State Officers 147 



CONTENTS. 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS— Continued. page 

Increased pay of Congressmen '. 147 

International Exposition 148 

International Prison Reform 148 

Joint Rules = 148 

Judicial Circuits 149 

Now State House 149 

Painting of W. H. Bissell 149 

Pay of H. B. Bishop 150 

Printing and Binding 150 

Publication of act concerning Jurors 150 

Publication of act concerning Jurors 150 

Publication of Journals 151 

Publication of Laws 151 

Publication of Revenue Law 151 

Publication of Road Law 152 

Public Lands — Appropriation of 152 

Railroad Freights 152 

Reports of Circuit Clerks 152 

Reports from Circuit Judges 153 

Report from Committee on State Institutions 153 

Revenue Law 153 

Revision of Statutes 154 

Revision of Statutes 154 

Revision of Statutes 155 

Sanitary condition of State House 155 

Shawneetown 155 

Soldiers' Bounty 155 

Stationery 156 

Swamp Lands l 156 

Township Organization 157 

Union Pacific Railroad 157 

United States Court 159 

United States Senator 159 

Ventilation of Senate Chamber 160 



LAWS OF ILLINOIS. 



ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES. 



§ 1. Amend act approved April 1, 1872; in force I § 2. In force March 19, 1873. 

July 1, 1872. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to the Administration of Estates," 

approved April 1, 1872. 
• i 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 81 of an act entitled "An 
act in regard to the administration of estates," approved April 1, 1872, 
be and the same is hereby amended so that the same shall read as fol- 
lows: "If any executor or administrator, or other person interested in 
any estate, shall state upon oath, to any county court, that he believes 
that any person has in fhis] possession, or has concealed or embezzled 
any goods, chattels, moneys or effects, books of account, papers, or any 
evidences of debt whatever, or titles to land belonging to any deceased 
person; or that he believes that any person has any knowledge or in- 
formation of or concerning any indebtedness or evidences of indebted- 
ness, or property titles or effects, belonging to any deceased person, 
which knowledge or information is necessary to the recovery of the 
same, by suit or otherwise, by the executor or administrator, of which 
the executor or administrator is ignorant, and that such person refuses 
to give to the executor or administrator such knowledge or information, 
the court shall require such person to appear before it by citation, and 
may examine him on oath, and hear the testimony of such executor or 
administrator, and other evidence offered by either party, and make 
such order in the premises as the case may require." 

§ 2. Whereas there are estates of deeeased persons which cannot be 
properly settled in consequence of a defect in the law in respect to com- 
pelling persons to give information in their possession, an emergency is 
deemed to exist : therefore this act shall be in force from and after its 
passage. 

Approved March 19, 1873, 



AGRICULTURE. 



§ 1. Amend sec. 91 of act approved April 1, 1872. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section 91 of an act entitled "An act in regard to the Adminis- 
trations of Estates," approved April 1,1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 91 of an act entitled "An 
act in regard to the administrations of estates," approved April 1, A.D. 
1872, be and the same is amended so as to read as follows : 

" § 91. When it is necessary for the proper administration of the 
estate, the executor or administrator shall, as soon as convenient, after 
making the inventory and appraisement, sell at public sale all the per- 
sonal property, goods and chattels of the decedent, when ordered to do 
so by the county court, (not reserved to the widow, or included in spe- 
cific legacies and bequests, when the sale of such legacies and bequests 
is not necessary to pay debts,) upon giving three weeks' notice of the 
time and place of such sale, by at least four advertisements, set up in 
the most public places in the county where the sale is to be made, or by 
inserting an advertisement in some newspaper published in the county 
where the sale is to be made, at least four weeks successively, previous 
thereto. The sale may be upon a credit of not less than six nor more 
than twelve months time, by taking note, with good security, of the pur- 
chasers at such sale. The sale may be for all cash, of part cash and 
part on time : Provided, that any part or all of such personal property 
may, when so directed by the court, be sold at private sale." 

Approved February 9, 1874. 



AGRICULTURE. 



§ 1. He-organization of agricultural societies. 

§ 2. Property to vest in county board. 

§ 3. Borrow money on mortgage or deed of trust. 



§4. 

§5. 



All acts heretofore done declared legal. 
In force April 18, 1873. 



AN ACT concerning the re-organization of County Agricultural Societies, in con- 
formity to "An act to create a Department of Agriculture in the State of Illinois," 
approved April 15, 1871. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That it shall be lawful for any agricultu- 
ral society now existing in this state to change its name and alter its 
organization, so as to conform to and comply with the act to create a 
department of agriculture, approved April 15, 1871 ; such change of 
name and organization to be made by the directors or other managers 
of such county society, upon the consent of a majority of the life or 
permanent members of the same, evidenced in writing or by a vote 
taken at a meeting, held after giving not less than ten days' notise of 
the time and place of such meeting, and of the business to be acted 
upon : Provided, that if such society shall be a stock company, the con- 
sent of the parties owning a majority of such stock shall be obtained 
before such change can be made: And, provided, further, that all re- 



ANIMALS. 3 

organizations under this act shall be in accordance with, and in con- 
formity to, the requirements of the by-laws of the state board of agri- 
culture, as provided by the act to create a department of agriculture in 
the state of Illinois. 

§ 2. Whenever any agricultural society, being the owner of lands, or 
holding a lease of any lands, shall change its title and organization to 
conform to the act to create a department of agriculture, approved 
April 15, 1871, and shall become a county agricultural board, the lands, 
leasehold and other property owned by the society making such change, 
shall vest in and become the property of the county agricultural board, 
for its original uses and purposes, and for the benefit of the original 
owners or members thereof. 

§ 3. It shall be lawful for the directors of any county agricultural 
board, in order to pay or secure to be paid the indebtedness of such 
board or of its predecessor, an agricultural society, or for the purpose of 
purchasing real estate for the use of such board, or to procure means to 
be expended in the improvement of its fair grounds, to make and exe- 
cute notes or other legal contracts binding such board, and to secure 
such notes or contracts by mortgage or deed of trust on the real estate 
now or hereafter owned by said board; such mortgage or deed of trust 
to be executed under the seal of the county agricultural board making 
the same, and signed by the president and secretary thereof. 

§ 4. All changes of name and organization of county agricultural 
societies heretofore made in conformity to "An act to create a depart- 
ment of agriculture," and of the by-laws of the state board of agricul- 
ture in pursuance thereof, and where such action has been reported to 
the secretary of said state board of agriculture, are hereby declared 
legal and effectual; and such county agricultural boards heretofore 
organized shall be entitled to all the benefits of this act as fully as if 
hereafter organized. 

§ 5. Whereas, it is necessary that certain agricultural societies in 
this state should make changes immediately in their organization, to 
conform to the act making appropriation for the benefit of county agri- 
cultural boards, approved January 5, 1872, and to bring themselves 
within reach of aid hereafter appropriated by the general assembly of 
the state ; therefore an emergency exists, and this act shall take effect 
from and after its passage. 
• Approved April 18, 1873. 



ANIMALS. 



§ ] . Amend act approved January 13, 1872, in force October 1, 1872. In force July 1, 1873. » 

AN ACT to amend section two of an act entitled "An act to prohibit Domestic Ani- 
mals from running at large in this State," approved January 13, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section two of "An act to prohibit 
domestic animals from running at large in this state," approved Janu- 
ary 13, 1872, be amended to read as follows : "Any owner or owners 



4 ANIMALS. 

violating section one of this act shall, on conviction before any justice 
of the peace having - jurisdiction, pay a fine not less than $3 nor more 
than $10 for each and every offense, to the common school fund of the 
township. Any person who is or may be the owner of land, or who has 
or may have control of the same, may take up any domestic animal or 
animals when found near to or upon such land, such animal or animals 
being at large in violation of section one of this act. The taker -up of 
such animal or animals shall, within two days from the time of the tak- 
ing up, make complaint and institute a suit under the provisions of this 
act against the owner or owners of such animals ; and if, upon the trial, 
judgment shall be for the people, execution shall issue immediately upon 
the judgment, and the animal or animals taken up shall be liable to levy 
and sale upon the execution, the same as in other cases, anything in the 
exemption laws of this state to the contrary notwithstanding." 
Approved May 2, 1873. 



'■} 1. Towns to prohibit domestic animals from ran- I § 2. Establishing and maintaining pounds, 
ning at large. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to enable towns to prohibit Domestic Animals from running at large in 
counties where they are not prohibited by law. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That in any county in this state which 
has adopted township organization, or which may hereafter adopt town- 
ship organization, and where domestic animals are not prohibited from 
ruuuing at large by law, that, on petition of not less than twenty legal 
voters of any town to the town clerk, it shall be the duty of the town 
clerk to give notice, Avith the notice of the annual town meeting, that 
the question of voting for or against domestic animals or any species 
of the same running tit large, will be submitted to the legal voters of 
such town at such town meeting; which vote shall be by ballot, which 
ballots shall be printed or written, or partly written and partly printed, 
on the ballots voted for town officers 5 and if a majority of the votes 
cast at such town meeting shall be against domestic animals or any 
species thereof from running at large, then it shall be unlawful for such 
animals to run at large in such town : Provided, that if sufficient time 
does not elapse after this act takes effect to give the required notices for 
the question to be voted on at the annual town meeting in April, 1873, 
the town clerk of any such town shall, on a like petition, call a special 
town meeting for that purpose, notice of which special town meeting 
shall be giveu for the length of time and in the manner for the annual 
town meetings. * 

§ 2. In case a majority of votes at such annual or special town meet- 
ing is against domestic animals running at large, the electors may pro- 
vide by a vote of the majority at such meeting, to be ascertained in some 
convenient manner — 

First — To establish and maintain a pound or pounds at such places 
within the town as may be deemed necessary and convenient. When 
any pound is erected, it shall be under the care and direction of a pound 
master. 



ANiMilA 5 

Second — To determine the number of pound masters and prescribe 
tbeir duties, and choose the same in such manner as they may deter- 
mine. 

Third — To authorize the distraining, impounding- and sale of cattle, 
horses, mules, asses, swine, sheep or goats, for penalties incurred and 
costs of proceedings : Provided, that the sale of animals distrained or 
impounded shall be conducted, as nearly as may be, according to the 
law regulating sales of property by constables under execution : And, 
provided, also, the owners of such animals shall have the right to redeem 
the same from the purchaser thereof, at any time within three months 
from the date of the same, by paying the amount of the purchaser's bid, 
with reasonable costs for their keeping, and interest on the amount bid 
at the rate of ten per cent, per annum. 

Fourth — To apply all penalties, when collected, in such manner as may 
be deemed most to the interest of the town. 

Approved April 11, 1873. 



§ 1. Amending act of January 13, 1872, by adding section 5 of tins act. In force July 1, 1673. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to prohibit Domestic Animals from run- 
ning at large in this State;" approved January 13, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That said act be and the same is hereby 
amended, by adding the following section thereto, viz: 

"Section 5. It shall be unlawful for domestic animals, or any species 
thereof, to run at large in any town, city or precinct in this state, where 
such animals were lawfully restrained from running at large before or 
at the time the act to which this is an amendment took effect, until per- 
mitted to do so by the lawful authority of such town or city, or by a 
majority vote of such precinct." 

Whereas, in some counties in this state, many towns, cities and pre- 
cincts had lawfully restrained domestic animals from running at large, 
previous to the passage of the act to which this is an amendment, and 
therefore abandoned fencing; and whereas, under the provisions of said 
act, the majority vote in some of such counties was against restraining 
such animals from running at large, leaving many farms unprotected by 
fence, at the mercy of such animals, thereby creating an emergency : 
therefore, this act shall take effect and be in force from- and after its 
passage. 

Approved May 1, 1873. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



AGRICULTURAL BOARDS. 



§ 1. For payment of premiums. I § 3. Treasurer of board to report to Governor. 

§ 2. "Warrant of Auditor. In force July 1, 1674. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the benefit of the State Board of Agriculture, 
and of County Agricultural Boards. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and is hereby appropriated 
to the State Board of Agriculture the sums following, to- wit: For the 
payment of premiums at the aunual state fair, the sum of $3,000 for the 
year 1874; and for the use of the county agricultural boards, the sum 
of $100 each, for the year 1874. 

§ 2. On the order of the president, countersigned by the secretary of 
the State Board of Agriculture, and approved by the governor, the state 
auditor shall draw his warrant upon the treasurer in favor of the treas- 
urer of the State Board of Agriculture, for the sums herein appropriated : 
Provided, that each warrant shall show the agricultural board for whose 
benefit the same is drawn, and that no warrant shall be drawn in favor 
of any county agricultural board, unless the order aforesaid be accom 
panied by a certificate of the secretary of the State Board of Agricul- 
ture, showing that in such county there has been held, in the year 
preceding, a fair for the encouragement of general agriculture, at which 
premiums to the amount of not less than $300 were awarded and paid : 
Provided, further , that no part of the moneys herein appropriated shall 
be drawn from the treasury prior to the first day of July, 1874. 

§ 3. It shall be the duty of the treasurer of the State Board of Agri- 
culture to pay over to the proper officer of each county agricultural 
board the sum received for its benefit as aforesaid, and to make a biennial 
report to the governor of all such appropriations received and disbursed 
by him. 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



BLIND. 

§ 1. Erection of center or main building, $75,000. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to provide for the erection of buildings necessary for tbe Education of the 
Blind of the State of Illinois. 

Whereas the institution for the education of the blind, located at 
Jacksonville, in the state of Illinois, was burned, and since its destruc 
tion the trustees of said institution, without any appropriation therefor 
from the state treasury, did erect a small wing for a future edifice on 
the site of the old institution; and whereas, said wing is not of capacity 
to receive and accommodate more than about one-third of the youthful 
blind of tbe state : now, therefore, 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of $75,000 is hereby ap- 
propriated out of the state treasury to erect a center or main building 
for the education of the blind, on the premises owned by the state at 
Jacksonville, in Morgan county, and state of Illinois — said sum to be 
paid iu quarterly payments, beginning on the first day of July, A. D. 
1873, and to be paid by the auditor of public accounts drawing his war- 
rants on the treasurer for said quarterly payments, upon orders of the 
board of trustees of said institution, signed by the president and at- 
tested by the secretary of said board of trustees of said institution. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



§ 1. $17,500 per annum. § 2. Auditor to draw warrant. 

In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT making appropriations for the Illinois Institution for the Education of the 
Blind, for the years 1873 and 1874. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of $17,500 per annum is 
hereby appropriated, payable out of the treasury, in quarterly pay- 
ments, in advance, from the first of July, 1873, until the expiration 
of the first fiscal quarter after the adjourn ment of the next general 
assembly, to defray the ordinary expenses of the Illiuois Institution for 
the Education of the Blind. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrant on the treasurer for said sums, upon orders of the 
board of trustees of said institution, signed by the president and at- 
tested by the secretary of said board of trustees with the seal of said 
institution, accompanied by satisfactory vouchers, approved by the gov- 
ernor, for the expenditure of the last quarterly or other installment of 
the appropriations herein or heretofore made, for ordinary expenses. 

Approved April 24, 1873. 



§ 1. Auditor to draw hia warrant. § 2. To furnish new building. 

In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to empower the Auditor to draw his warrants for unexpended money here- 
tofore appropriated to the Institution for the Education of the Blind, and for a 
further appropriation to said institution. 

Whereas, the trustees of the institution for the education of the 
bliud have not expended a portion of the former appropriation for cur- 
rent expenses, and the auditor has refused to order the payment of said 
unexpended appropriations because the same were not drawn in due 
time; and whereas, further appropriation is required for the heating 
ami furnishing of the new building erected for said institution: 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of 1 llinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the auditor be and is required to 
draw his warrants on the treasury for the sum of $5,000, being said un- 
expended appropriations, to be applied for the purpose of heating or 
furnishing of said institution, 



8 APPROPRIATIONS. 



§ 2. That the farther sum of $10,000 is hereby appropriated out of 
the state treasury, to furnish the new building for the education of the 
blind, on the premises at Jacksonville, Illinois, to be paid out of the 
revenue of A. D. 1873, beginning on the first of July, A. D. 1874, upon 
the orders of the board of trustees of said institution, signed by the 
president and attested by the secretary of said board of trustees. 

Approved March 30, 1874. 



DAMS AND LOCKS. 



§ 1. Net proceeds appropriated. 

§ 2. Treasurer to invest net earnings. 

§ 3. When commissioners may contract. 

§ 4. Advertise for proposals. 

§ 5. Estimates to lie made and approved by the 

governor before construction can com-l appropriation for services 

mence. In force July 1, 1873. 



§ 6. Commissioners cannot obligate the state for 
any sum in excess of appropriation. 

§ 1. Commissioners to make monthly statements 
to governor. 

§ 8. Commissioners to receive no portion of this 



AN ACT authorizing the Board of Canal Commissioners to construct a dam and 
lock at or near Copperas creek, and to make an appropriation for such improve- 
ment. 

Whereas, in pursuance of an act approved February 25, A. D. 1869, 
entitled "An act to amend an act approved February 28, A. D. 1867," 
and an act additional thereto, approved March 7, A. D. 1872, under and 
by authority of which acts the improvement of the navigation of the 
illindis river has been commenced, by the construction of a lock and 
dam in the town of Henry, in Marshall county, which has been com- 
pleted, and which is a part of a system of locks and dams, to the num- 
ber of five, projected by engineers for the complete improvement of the 
navigation of the Illinois river; and whereas, no further progress can 
be made in the improvement of the navigation of said river without 
further appropriation, such appropriation being now necessary for the 
building of a lock and dam at or near Copperas creek, 4 which, when 
completed, will add fifty-nine miles of river transportation, and thus 
tend to the reduction of freights to the head waters of Lake Michigan 
and to the Mississippi river: therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the- People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and is hereby appropriated 
the net proceeds of the revenue derived from the Illinois and Michigan 
canal, and the lock at Henry, on the Illinois river, until the expiration 
of the first fiscal quarter afrer the adjournment of the next regular ses- 
sion of the general assembly, to be expended by the canal commission- 
ers in the construction of a lock and darn across the Illinois river at 
or near Copperas creek, and necessary work in connection therewith; 
said lock not to be less than three hundred and fifty feet in length and 
seventy-five feet in width. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of the state treasurer to invest the net earn- 
ings received by the state from the Illinois and Michigan canal, and the 
lock at Henry, on the Illinois river, in United States or other interest 
bearing bonds, as may be designated by the governor, which interest 
shall be added to the principal, or re-invested, as aforesaid, until there 
shall be in the hands of such treasurer at least $100,000 of such funds. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 9 



which funds shall be designated as the " Illinois River Improvement 
Fund." 

§ 3. Said commissioners, as soon as there shall be in the hands of 
the state treasurer the sum of $100,000 of the said Illinois river improve- 
ment fund, are hereby authorized to take efficient and proper measures 
for the commencement of the improvements named in this act, and shall 
put such parts of them as they may deem proper under contract, as 
hereiu provided, and shall have the management, care and superinten- 
dence thereof. They may employ a general superintendent, and may 
also employ such and as many engineers, draughtsmen, and other per- 
sons as they may deem necessary to enable them to discharge their du- 
ties, and may pay such compensation as they may deem reasonable to 
each person so employed : Provided, that no contract shall be made 
until the necessary survey shall have been made, and plans adopted : 
And, provided, further, that the cost of said improvements, when com- 
pleted, including plans and surveys and all incidental expenses, shall 
uot exceed the sum of $430,000. The work may be divided, or let in 
sections, as may be deemed advisable by said canal commissioners. 

§ 4. No contract for the doing of said work shall be let until the 
same shall have been advertised in a daily paper, published in each of 
the cities of Chicago and Peoria, for at least four weeks prior to the 
time named for letting such contract; and all bidding shall be by sealed 
proposals, and those of the lowest responsible bidder shall be accepted. 
Said commissioners shall require all parties taking contracts to furnish 
bonds for the completion of the work undertaken by them, and shall 
name the amount to be inserted in such bouds at the time the contracts 
are awarded. 

§ 5. Said commissioners are hereby strictly forbidden to commence 
the construction of said lock and dam, by contract or otherwise, as pro- 
vided in this act, unless they shall first ascertain, from the estimate of 
a competent engnieer, that the same, including all incidental expenses, 
can be completed for a less sum of money than $430,000 ; which esti- 
mate shall be approved by the governor and filed with the auditor, 
before the appropriation herein named can be drawn. 

§ 6. Said commissioners shall not obligate the state for the payment 
of auy sum of money in excess of the appropriation made for the pur- 
poses herein named. The account of the expenditures of said commis- 
sioners shall be certified by said commissioners, or a majority of them, 
approved by the governor, and audited by the auditor ; the auditor 
shall, thereupon, draw his warrant upon the treasurer therefor, to be 
paid out of the fund hereinbefore provided. 

§ 7. The said commissioners, at the end of each month, shall make 
up a statement of all work done during such month, and the amount 
agreed to be paid for the same, together with all expenses pertaining 
to the prosecution of the work, and with the certificate of the engineer 
in charge ; which statement shall be sworn to by the commissioners, or 
a majority of them, and presented to the governor for his approval. 
Such statement, so approved, shall be authority for the auditor to draw 
his warrant upon the state treasurer for the sum so approved by the 
governor ; said money to be paid to the contractors and others in charge 
of the work, by the treasurer of said board of canal commissioners, for 
which vouchers shall betaken, and sent to the auditor of state; and 
the auditor of state and treasurer shall, from time to time, as requested 

—2 



10 APPROPRIATIONS. 



by the president of said board of canal commissioners, furnish hira with 
a statement of the amount of money in the treasury which may be used 
in the construction of said improvements. 

§ 8. No portion of the moneys provided for in this appropriation 
shall be used in payment of the salaries of said canal commissioners ; 
neither shall said commissioners be entitled to any additional compen- 
sation because of the extra labor required by the construction of the 
improvements contemplated in this act. 

Approved April 17, 1873. 



§ 1. For repairing the lock-gates. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for repairing the lock-gates on the Little Wa- 
bash river. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of $1,600 be and the same 
is hereby appropriated for the purpose of repairing the lock-gates on 
the Little Wabash river; said amount to be paid by the auditor of pub- 
lic accounts drawing his warrant on the state treasurer, upon an order, 
or orders, of the canal commissioners, accompanied by satisfactory 
vouchers, approved by the governor, for the expenditure of the apx>ro- 
priation herein made. 

Approved March 23, 1874. 



§ 1. To remove dam. § 2. Auditor to draw warrant. 

In force March 27, 1874. 

AN ACT to authorize the removal of the feeder clam across the Calumet river, near 
Blue Island, in Cook county, in the state of Illinois, and to provide compensation 
to Christian Pfeiffer and John lloll for any loss they may sustain by its removal. 

Whereas the general assembly of the state of Illinois did, by joint 
resolution of the 13th and 14th days of March, 1872, direct that the 
canal commissioners of the state of Illinois proceed at once to remove 
the dam across the Calumet river at Blue Island, in Cook county, Illi- 
nois ; and, whereas, an attempt was made by said commissioners to re- 
move said dam, and they were prevented from effecting its removal by 
injunction obtained by said Pfeiffer and Eoll ; and, whereas, the said 
dam is no longer used by this state, and is no longer of public utility, 
but its continuance is detrimental to the public and causes the overflow 
of a large body of land in this state and in the state of Indiana, causing 
great and irreparable injury to the people of said state; therefore 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the governor of the state of Illinois 
be and he is hereby authorized and directed to require the canal com- 
missioners of this state, or some suitable persons to be selected by him, 
without delay to remove the dam across the Calumet river, at Bine 
Island, and in case the persons so appointed shall fail to remove said 
dam within a reasonable time thereafter, then, and in that case, the 
governor shall make such other appointments as may be necessary to 



APPROPRIATIONS. 11 



secure the removal of said dain, the expense of such removal to be paid 
out of the funds in the hands of the canal commissioners or their trea- 
surer. 

§ 2. That so soon as Christian Pfeiffer and John Eoll shall release 
to the state of Illinois by quit claim deed all right they now claim to 
have to the said dam and the water power thereby created, that then 
and in that case, on the order of the governor, the auditor of public 
accounts be and he is hereby authorized to draw his warrant on the 
state treasurer in favor of said Christian Pfeiffer and John Poll for the 
sum of not exceeding six thousand dollars ($6,000), to be paid out of 
any money at any time in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

§ 3. That as an emergency exists, this act shall therefore take effect 
and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



DEAF AND DUMB. 

§> 1. Chapel, dining-room, school buildings, $79,500. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT for the erection of a chapel, dining room and school buildings for the Illi- 
nois Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That for the purpose of the erection of a 
chapel, dining room and school buildings for the deaf and dumb, which 
the inadequate accommodation of the institution, and the law govern- 
ing the admission of pupils, and a true regard for the interests of the 
deaf and dumb imperatively demand, the sum of sixty thousand dollars 
($60,000), or so much thereof as may be necessary for the erection of 
said buildings, is hereby appropriated out of the treasury, payable to 
the contractor or person or persons to whom the same is due. And that 
there be and is hereby appropriated the sums of seventeen thousand 
dollars ($17,000) for warming and lighting the said buildings and the 
erection of a boiler house ; two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500) 
for the erection and fitting up of a laundry, payable out of the levy of 
1873. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and re- 
quired to draw his warrant on the treasurer for the said sums, upon the 
order of the board of directors of the Illinois Institution for the educa- 
tion of the Deaf and Dumb, signed by the president and attested by 
the secretary of said board with the seal of the institution; but no 
warrant shall issue unless the orders of said board of directors shall 
be accompanied with satisfactory vouchers approved by the governor ; 
and the sum hereinabove appropriated shall be in full for the comple- 
tion of said buildings and improvements. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



12 APPROPRIATIONS. 



§ 1. Support of the Institution, $72,000 per annum j and $9,750. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT for the support of the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deal 

and Dumb. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That for the purpose of defraying - the 
ordinary expenses of the Illinois Institution for the education of the 
Deaf and Dumb, from the first day of July, 1873, until the expiration 
of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular ses- 
sion of the general assembly, the sum of seventy thousand dollars 
($70,000) per annum be and is hereby appropriated, payable quarterly 
out of the treasury ; and that there be and is hereby appropriated the 
further sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000) per annum, for repairs; 
three thousand seven hundred dollars ($3,700) for the renewal and fur- 
nishing of bedding ; three thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars 
($3,850) for the renewal of the roof of the main building and north 
wing; eight hundred dollars ($800) for the renewal and repairs of 
fioors ; one thousand four hundred dollars ($1,400) for repainting the 
wood work of the main building and north wing of said institution : 
Provided, that after payment of one quarter has been made, no warrants 
shall be issued in favor of said institution until satisfactory vouchers 
shall have been filed with the auditor of public accounts by the super- 
intendent of said institution, approved by the trustees and by the gov- 
ernor, showing in detail the amount and nature of each and every 
expenditure made out of the preceding quarterly installment of said 
appropriation, verified by the affidavit of the principal. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrant on the treasurer for the said sums, upon orders of 
the board of directors of the Illinois Institution for the education of 
the Deaf and Dumb, signed by the president and attested by the secre- 
tary of said board with the seal of the institution. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY. 

^ 1. Payments to be made out of the levy of 1872 1 § 7. Trustees may accept bids for particular por- 
and 1673. tions of the work. 



§ 2. Plans and specifications to be submitted to 
the Governor. 

§ 3. Advertise for proposals. 

§ 4. Time and place of opening proposals. 

§ 5. Bond to be approved by Governor ; how pay- 
ments are to be made. 

§ 6. Contract to be signed by president, counter- 
signed by secretary, and deposited in the 
office of the Secretary of State. 



§ 8. Trustees authorized to receive gifts and do- 
nations of labor, material or service. 

§ 9. Unexpended balance to be used for other 
purposes. 

§ 10. Money to be paid to the party direct. 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT making an appropriation in aid of the erection and for the completion of 
a building for the Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary. 

Whereas, in the disastrous Chicago fire which occurred on the ninth 
day of October, 1871, the building occupied by the Illinois Charitable 
Eye and Ear Infirmary was wholly consumed, with its contents, and the 



APPROPRIATIONS. 13 



said institution has since that date occupied leased premises ; and 
whereas, the Chicago relief and aid society has made a donation to the 
said infirmary of the sum of $20,000, for the purchase of a site and the 
erection of a building thereon ; and whereas, the said infirmary has 
now in possession land and cash accruing from this and other private 
gifts, valued at $33,000, to be used for the purpose aforesaid, of which 
the state of Illinois will receive the entire benefit, as soon as the said 
building can be erected: therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That for the purpose of erecting a build- 
ing for the use of the said Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, in 
the city of Chicago, and for plumbing, heating and ventilation of the 
same, and to fit the same for occupancy by one hundred patients, the 
sura of $28,000 (of which $10,000 shall be payable out of the levy of 
1872, and 18,000 shall be payable out of the levy of 1873,) is hereby 
appropriated, to be paid out of any moneys not otherwise appropriated, 
as hereinafter provided. 

§ 2. The trustees of the said institution are hereby authorize#and 
required to cause to be prepared suitable plans and specifications, in 
accordance with the first section of this act, by a competent architect, 
(for which the usual percentage shall be allowed, payable in monthly 
installments, as the work upon the said building progresses,) which 
shall be submitted to the governor for his approval, before acceptance ; 
and the said plans and specifications shall in no case be accepted, un- 
less accompanied by a written and signed certificate of the architect, 
stating that in his professional judgment the said building can be com- 
pleted for a sum not exceeding $45,000. 

§ 3. Whenever the plans and specifications provided for in this act 
shall have been approved by the governor and adopted by the trustees, 
the trustees shall cause to be inserted, in at least five of the daily news- 
papers published in the city of Chicago, an advertisement for sealed 
bids for the construction of the building herein authorized ; and they 
shall furnish a printed copy of this act and of the specifications to all 
parties interested who may apply therefor. And all parties interested, 
who may desire it, shall have free and full access to the plans, with the 
privilege of taking notes and making memoranda, and the trustees shall 
furnish answers to all inquiries addressed to them, on the subject of the 
proposed building, to the best of their ability and belief. 

§ 4. Not less than thirty days after the publication of the said pro- 
posals for bids, on a day and at an hour to be specified in the said ad- 
vertisement, in the city of Chicago, at the infirmary, in the presence of 
the trustees and of the bidders, or of so many of them as may be pre- 
sent, the bids received shall be opened for the first time, and the con- 
tract for building shall be let to the lowest and best bidder : Provided, 
that with the consent and approval of the governor, any and all bids 
may be rejected, for sufficient cause: And, provided, further, that no 
bid shall be accepted which is not accompanied by a good and sufficient 
bond, in the penal sum of $1,000, signed by at least three sureties of 
known ability and integrity, as a guaranty for the ability and good 
faith of the bidder. 

§ 5. The contract to be made with the successful bidder shall be ac- 
companied by a good and sufficient bond, to be approved by the gover- 
nor before acceptance ; and the said contract shall provide for the ap- 
pointment of a superintendent of construction, who shall carefully and 



( 



14 APPROPRIATIONS. 



accurately measure the work done and the materials upon the grounds, 
at least once in every month ; and for the payment of the contractor 
upon the aforesaid measurements ; and for the withholding of fifteen 
per cent, of the value of the work done and materials on hand, until the 
completion of the building, as a guaranty of its completion ; and for a 
forfeiture of a stipulated sum per diem for every day that the comple- 
tion of the work shall be delayed, after the time specified in the contract 
for its completion, unless such delay shall be due to the act of the trus- 
tees themselves ; and for the full protection of sub-contractors, by with- 
holding payment from the contractor, and by paying the sub-contrac- 
tors directly for all work done by them, in case of failure or refusal on 
the part of the contractor to fulfill his engagement with them ; and for 
the settlement of all disputed questions as to the valuation of alterations 
and extras, or any other disputed questions which may arise under the 
contract, by arbitration, as follows : one arbitrator to be chosen by the 
trustees, one by the contractor, and one by the governor of the state — 
all three of the said arbitrators to be practical mechanics and builders ; 
and 4»r the reservation by and to the trustees, of the right, under the 
contract, to order changes in the plans and detailed drawings, at their 
discretion, and the right to refuse to accept any work which may be 
done, and not be fully in accordance with the letter and spirit of the 
plans, specifications and detailed drawings, and all work not accepted 
shall be replaced at the expense of the contractor ; and for a deduction 
from the contract price of all alterations ordered by the trustees, which 
may and do diminish the cost of the building. 

§ 6. The said coutract shall be signed by the president of the board 
of trustees, in behalf of the board, after a vote authorizing him so to 
sign shall have been entered upon the minutes of the board ; and it shall 
be attested by the counter-signature of the secretary of the board and 
by the seal of the institution. It shall be drawn in duplicate, and one 
copy of the same shall be deposited in the office of the secretary of state. 

§ 7. All bids shall show the estimated cost of the work to be done, 
of each description, in detail ; and the trustees shall have the right and 
power, at their discretion, to accept bids for particular portions of the 
work, if for the advantage of the state ; and all measurements and ac- 
counts, as the work progresses, shall show, in detail, the amount and 
character of the work for which payment is made. 

§ 8. The trustees are authorized to receive gifts and donations of la- 
bor, materials or services in aid of the proposed building, and the value 
of the same, as agreed upon between the trustees and the contractor, 
shall be deducted from the amount due the contractor, upon final set- 
tlement. 

§ 9. In case the whole amount herein appropriated shall not be 
needed for the completion of the building herein proposed, in conse- 
quence of gifts from private persons, or for other cause, the surplus re- 
maining after final settlement with the contractor may be applied to 
the purchase of furniture, fixtures, apparatus or other appliances for 
the use and comfort of the patients in the said infirmary. 

§ 10. The moneys herein appropriated shall be paid to the parties to 
whom they may become due and payable, directly from the treasury of 
the state, on the warrant of the auditor of public accounts ; and the au- 
ditor is hereby authorized and directed to draw the said warrants for 
moneys due under this act, upon the order of the board of trustees, ac- 
companied by vouchers approved by the governor. 

Approved May 7, 1873. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



15 



i 1. Ordinary expenses, $12,060 per annum. 
> 2. Satisfactory vouchers to be filed with auditor, 
i 3. Annual report to show exact receipts and 
expenditures. 



§ 4. Pauper patients to be received on certificate 
of their absolute inability. 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the Illinois Chari- 
table Eye and Ear Infirmary, and for furniture. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropria- 
ted to the Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary, at Chicago, for 
the payment of the board of pauper patients from the several counties 
of this state, the sum of $9,500 per annum, $1,500 per annum to pay the 
rent of buildings temporarily occupied by the infirmary until a perma- 
nent building can be erected, and $1,000 per annum for furniture ; all 
the foregoing sums payable on or before the tenth day of Julv, A. 1). 
1873, and A. D. 1874, respectively. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the said sums, upon order of 
the board of trustees, signed by the president and attested by the 
secretary of said board with the corporate seal of the institution : Pro- 
vided, that no part of the moneys herein appropriated shall be due and 
payable to the said institution until satisfactory vouchers, in detail, 
approved by the governor, have been filed with the auditor for tbe ex- 
penditure of the last quarterly or other installment of appropriations 
herein or heretofore made. 

§ 3. An exact account of the manner in which this money drawn 
from the state treasury shall be expended, shall be printed in the an- 
nual reports of the infirmary, aud that a statement of all the receipts 
and expenditures of the infirmary shall be made annually to the gov- 
ernor. 

§ 4. The money herein appropriated for the board of pauper patients 
shall be expended for the support of needy patients from the state of 
Illinois, suffering from diseases of the eye or ear, who shall present to 
the superintendent of the infirmary written certificates of their place of 
residence, and their absolute inability to pay for their board or treat- 
ment, signed by the supervisor of the town where they reside, or by 
their family physician. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



EXECUTIVE MANSION. 



1. Repairing and refurnishing executive man- 
sion and grounds. 



Expenditures to be reported to 

sembly. 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT making an appropriation for repairing and refurnishing the Executive 
Mansion and Grounds and for fitting the same for use and occupation. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appro- 
priated out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, 
for the purpose of repairing and refurnishing the executive mansion and 



16 APPROPRIATIONS. 



grounds, and for fitting the same for use and occupation, the follow- 
ing sums : 

First — For repairing the executive mansion, out-buildings, plumbing 
and gas fixtures, $9,500. 

Second — For furnishing the executive mansion, $6,000. 

Third — For heating apparatus, and putting in the same for use, 
$2,500. 

Fourth— For care of the grounds, $1,000 per annum, for two years : 
Provided, that should there be any excess of money for any of the spe- 
cific objects named in any of the first three clauses, such excess may be 
used for any other of the specific objects mentioned in any of said first 
three clauses. 

§ 2. The governor shall keep an itemized account of all moneys 
expended by him under this act, and shall report such expenditures at 
the next session of the general assembly, with vouchers, for all moneys 
paid out by him by virtue hereof. 

§ 3. Said money shall be subject to the order of the governor, and 
shall be used by him for the purposes aforesaid. The auditor of public 
accounts shall, on the presentation of such order of the governor, draw 
his warrant on the treasurer therefor, and the treasurer is hereby directed 
to pay the same. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



FEEBLE-MINDED CHILDREN. 
§ 1. Support of the institution, $24,500 per annum. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT making appropriations for the support of the Illinois Institution for the 
Education of Feeble-minded Children. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of twenty-four thousand 
dollars ($24,000) per annum is hereby appropriated, from the first of 
July, eighteen hundred and seventy-three (1873), until the expiration of 
the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session 
of the general assembly, for ordinary expenses, for the Illinois Institution 
for the Education of Feeble-minded Children; also, the sum of five 
hundred dollars ($500) per annum, for insurance and furniture, from the 
first of July, eighteen hundred and seventy-three (1873), until the expi- 
ration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regu- 
lar session of the general assembly, for the same institution ; and said 
sums shall be paid in quarterly installments, in advance, from the state, 
treasury: Provided, that after payment for one quarter has been made, 
no warrants shall be issued in favor of said institution, until satisfac- 
tory vouchers shall have been filed with the auditor of public accounts, 
by the superintendent of said institution, approved by the trustees, 
showing in detail the amount and nature of each and every expenditure 
made out of the preceding quarterly installment of said appropriation, 
verified by the affidavit of the superintendent. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrants on the treasurer of state for the said sums, upou 



APPROPRIATIONS. 



17 



orders of the board of trustees of the Illinois Institution for the Educa- 
tion of Feeble-minded Children, signed by the president and attested 
by the secretary of said board with the seal of the institution. 
Approved April 24, 1873. 



GEOLOGICAL. 



§ 1. Number of copies to be published ; engrav- 
ings, $7,500. 
Same style and quality as former volumes. 
Distribution of the same. 



$2. 

§3. 



4. Removal of state collections, $125. 

5. Salary of State Geologist, $2,500 per annum. 

In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT providing for the publication and distribution of the sixth volume of the 
report of the State Geologist, to fix the amount of his salary, and provide for re- 
moving the State collection of geological specimens into the new State House. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the publication of three thousand 
copies of the sixth volume of the report of the state geologist is hereby 
authorized, and the sum of $7,500,- together with any unexpended bal- 
ance of the appropriation to defray the cost of engraving for the fifth 
volume that may remain after the said fifth volume is published, is 
hereby appropriated to defray the cost of engraving the necessary 
plates, maps and diagrams for the sixth volume ; said engraving to be 
done under the direction of the state geologist, who shall first obtain 
bids for doing the work from several different engravers, and shall sub- 
mit such bids to the governor, who shall first approve the bid most 
favorable to the state, and order the state geologist to make a contract 
on the terms of said bid, payment to be made on vouchers approved by 
the governor and the state geologist. 

§ 2. The secretary of state is hereby required to procure the paper 
necessary for the said sixth volume, of a quality not inferior to that 
used in the volumes of the report already published, and to have the 
said sixth volume printed under the state contract for public printing, 
and bound by the public binder in the same style and quality as the 
former volumes of this report, at a rate to be fixed, before delivered to 
him, by the secretary of state, auditor and treasurer, with the aid of 
experts, as now provided by law ; and the amount necessary to defray 
the expenses of the same is hereby appropriated. 

§ 3. The secretary of state is hereby 'authorized to distribute the 
said sixth volume, when published, as follows : One copy to each col- 
lege, educational, historical and literary institution in the state, as now 
provided by law; two hundred and fifty copies to the state geologist, 
for foreign distribution and exchanges — a list of which shall be submit- 
ted to the governor for his approval — and the balance of said volumes 
to the members of the twenty-eighth general assembly, to be by them 
distributed in their respective counties and districts, as far as practica- 
ble, to those persons who have sets of the preceding volumes. 

§ 4. The state geologist is hereby required to move the state collec- 
tion of geological specimens, now in the basement of the post office 
building in this city, into the room prepared for its reception in the new 
state house, and the sum of $125, or so much thereof as may be neces- 
sary, is hereby appropriated to defray the expense of removal. 
—3 



18 APPROPRIATIONS. 



§ 5. The salary of the state geologist shall be $2,500 per annum, for 
two years, from and after the first day of July, A. D. 1873, and his ne- 
cessary office and traveling expenses, not to exceed $600 per annum; 
and he shall be allowed the further sum of $500 per annum, from said 
date, to defray the salary of an assistant, who shall be paid at that rate 
only for the time actually employed — all of which sums shall be paya- 
ble quarterly — and he shall be allowed the further sum of $1,500 for 
drawings for the sixth and final volume of his report; all of which 
sums are hereby appropriated. 

Approved April 23, 1873. 



§ 1. For binding Geological Reports. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the payment of the claim of A. Paine, for 
binding the first and second volumes of the report of the Geological Survey of 
Illinois. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of $7,636 18 is hereby 
appropriated for the payment of the claim of A. Paine, for binding the 
first and second volumes of the report of the geological survey of the 
state of Illinois, said sum being the amount certified by the commis- 
sioners of printing as being due the said A. Paine for such binding. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed to draw his 
warrant on the state treasurer for the sum above specified, upon presen- 
tation of the proper vouchers ; and the state treasurer shall pay the 
same out of the proper funds in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

Approved March 26, 1874. 



INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY. 

§ 1. Governor to appoint trustees. j 5 5. Election of President. 

§ 2. Terms of office; vacancies, how filled. j § 6. What branches of education shall be taught. 

§ 3. Who shall not hold office or be interested in! § 7. Endowment fund, how invested. 

contracts. j §8. Illinois Central Railroad Company— freights. 

§ 4. Termination of fiscal year ; annual reports § 9. Appropriation. 

to be made. . I In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to regulate the Illinois Industrial University, and to make appropriations 

therefor. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State f Illinois, repre- 
sentee in the General Assembly, That it shall be the duty of the governor, 
within ten days after the taking effect of this act, to appoint nine trus- 
tees — three in each of the three grand divisions of this state — who 
together with the governor and the president of the state board of agri- 
culture for the time being, shall constitute the board of trustees of the 
Illinois Industrial University, and shall succeed to and exercise all the 
powers conferred by the act entitled "An act to provide for the organi- 



APPROPRIATIONS. 19 



zation and maintenance of the Illinois Industrial University," approved 
February 28, 1867, except as is herein or may be hereafter provided by 
law. The said appointments shall be subject to approval or rejection 
by the senate, at its present or next session thereafter, aud the ap- 
poiutees shall be and are hereby authorized to act as trustees of the 
said university from the time of such appointment, unless in case of 
rejection by the senate, until their successors shall be appointed by the 
governor, and such appointment shall be approved by the senate. 

§ 2. The members of the board of trustees, and their successors, 
shall hold their office for the term of six years each : Provided, that at 
the first regular meeting of said board, after such appointment, the 
said members shall select by lot three of their number to hold office for 
two years, three to hold office for four years, and three to hold office for 
six years, from the time of convening of the present general assembly. 
The governor, by aud with the advice aud consent of the senate, shall 
fill all vacancies which may at any time occur by expiration of term of 
office, or otherwise, in said board, by appointment of suitable persons 
resident in the respective grand divisions in which such vacancies may 
occur. Said board of trustees may appoint an executive committee of 
three, chosen out of their own number, who, when said board is not in 
session, shall have the management and control of the said university 
and of its affairs, and for that purpose shall have and exercise all the 
powers hereby conferred on said board which are necessary and proper 
for such object, except in so far as the said board may and does reserve 
such powers to itself; and any powers granted at any time, by said 
board, to said executive committee, may be by them at any time re- 
voked. 

§ 3. IsTo member of said board shall hold or be employed in or ap- 
pointed to any office or place under the authority of the board of which 
he is a member, nor shall any member of said board be directly or indi- 
rectly interested in any contract to be made by said board for any pur- 
pose whatever. 

§ 4. The fiscal year of the said university is hereby declared and re- 
quired to terminate on the thirty-first day of August in each year, and 
all reports of the university, except catalogues and circulars, shall be 
addressed to the governor, aud the annual reports shall contain a full 
account of the financial and other transactions of the university to the 
close of the fiscal year, as aforesaid, together with a full statement of 
the then condition of the endowment fund, and shall be presented to 
the governor on or before the fifteenth day of October iu each year: 
Provided, that no less number of said reports be published annually 
than is now authorized by law. 

§ 5. The trustees of the said university shall elect, annually, from 
their own number, a president, who shall also be one of the executive 
committee of three authorized by this act, in case such committee should 
be chosen and appointed by the said board ; and no money shall be 
drawn from the treasury of the university, except by order of the board 
of trustees or of the executive committee aforesaid, on the warrant of 
the president of the said board, countersigned by the recording secre- 
tary. 

§ 6. All pupils attending the said university shall be taught, and 
shall study, such branches of learning as are related to agriculture and 
the mechanic arts, and as are adapted to promote the liberal and prac- 
tical education of the industrial classes in the several pursuits and pro- 



20 APPROPRIATIONS. 



fessions of life, without excluding other scientific and classical studies, 
and including, for all male students, military tactics. 

§ 7. The treasurer of the said university and the said board are 
hereby required in future to invest the principal of tbe funds arising 
from the endowment of the United States, in interest- bearing bonds of 
the United States, or of this state, or of other states wbicb did not par- 
ticipated the late rebellion. Tbey are hereby prohibited from chang- 
ing the securities in which said fund may be invested, without the 
express permission of the general assembly, except that county bonds, 
in which some of said funds are now invested, may be sold, and the pro- 
ceeds thereof invested in interest-bearing bonds of the class and char- 
acter specified above in this section. 

§ 8. All charges for freights heretofore or hereafter accruing over the 
Illinois Central railroad for the use or benefit, directly or indirectly, of 
the said university, shall be applied on the subscription of $50,000 to 
the funds of said university, uutil the said subscription shall be exhaus- 
ted, and no such freights shall be paid in money by the trustees to any 
person or corporation, nor shall any money be drawn from the treasury 
of the state on account thereof, nor on account of such application. 

§ 9. There is hereby appropriated, for the full payment of the archi- 
tect, superintendent, and the entire completion of the main university 
building of the said industrial university, the sum of $15,000; for heat- 
ing apparatus for the same, $18,000; for gas fixtures, including street 
main connection, $1,200; for fitting and furnishing said building, $7, 
350 ; for furniture and apparatus for the physical laboratory, $.3,000; or 
so much of the sums specified for each of the above named purposes as 
may be necessary. 

§ 10. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and di- 
rected to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the moneys herein 
appropriated, in favor of the parties to whom the same may be and 
become due, upon proper vouchers, signed by the president of the board 
of trustees, and attested by the secretary, with the corporate seal of the 
university attached, and approved bv the governor. 

Approved May 7, 1873. 



§ 1. For payment of taxes, f 1, 500. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT making an appropriation in aid of the Industrial University, and for pay- 
ment of taxes on land held by the State for use of said institution. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropriated 
to the Industrial University, at Urbana, in aid of the experiments in 
progress upon the experimental farm, the sum of $1,500. For the pay- 
ment of taxes accruing in the jears 1872 and 1873 on lands owned and 
held by the state for the use of said institution, in the county of Gage, 
in the state of Nebraska, and in the counties of Pope, Kandigoh and 
Renville, in the state of Minnesota, the sum of $3,000 per annum. 

§ 2. The auditor of state is hereby authorized and directed to draw 
his warrant upon the treasurer for the sum herein appropriated, upon 
the order of the board of trustees, signed by the president and attested 



APPROPRIATIONS. 21 



by the secretary with the corporate seal of the institution: Provided, 
that no part of this money shall be due and payable to the said institu- 
tion, until satisfactory vouchers, in detail, approved' by the governor, 
have been filed with the auditor for the expenditure of all sums previ- 
ously drawn. 

§ 3. This appropriation shall be and continue in force from the first 
day of July, 1873, until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after 
the adjournment of the next general assembly. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



INSANE ASYLUM, ELGIN. 

§ 1. Erection of south wing, etc. i § 3. When payments are to be made. 

§ 2. Payments to be made out of the revenue of In force July 1, 1873. 

1873. I 

AN ACT making appropriations for the erection of the south wing of the Northern 
Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly^ That for the erection of the south wing 
of the Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin, 
according to the plan adopted by the board of trustees of said institu- 
tion, in compliance with an act entitled "An act to establish a Northern 
Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane," approved April 16, 1869, 
the sum of $160,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary to con- 
struct the same, is hereby appropriated. For the purpose of furnish- 
ing heating apparatus, fixtures and furniture necessary to put the 
same into practical use, the further sums are hereby appropriated 
to-wit : 

For plumbing, heating and ventilating $12,500 

For sewerage and rain-water conductors 1,000 

For lightning rods 400 

For gas fixtures 625 

For the necessary furniture 12,500 

§ 2. The appropriations named in this act are made payable from 
and out of the revenue received from taxes levied for the year A. D. 
1873. 

§ 3. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and requested 
to draw his warrant upon the treasurer, not exceeding the amount herein 
stated, after the first day of April, A. D. 1874, upon requisition of the 
board of trustees of the Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the 
Insane, attested by the secretary of said board, with the seal of said 
institution attached thereto: Provided, said requisition is approved by 
the governor. 

§ 4. No requisition shall exceed the amount necessary to be expended 
for the two months next ensuing the date of such requisition ; and each 
requisition shall be accompanied by a statement showing the amount of 
money on hand, and the manner in which the sum last drawn was ex- 
pended, or so much thereof as has been expended. And any unexpended 
balance previously drawn shall be taken into account in providing for 
the amount required by the new requisition. 
Approved May 7, 1873. 



22 APPROPRIATIONS. 



§ 1. Deficiency from January 1, to June 30, 1872. In force April 29, 1873. 

AN ACT to provide for the payment of a deficiency in the ordinary expenses of the 
Northern Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropriated 
to the Northern Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin, the 
sum of $23,000, to provide for a deficiency in the ordinary expenses of 
said institution, from the first day of January, to the thirtieth day of 
June, 1873. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for said sum, upon requisition of 
the trustees, signed by the president and attested by the secretary of said 
board, with the corporate seal of the institution attached : Provided, said 
requisition is accompanied with a full statement of expenditures, and is 
approved by the governor. 

Whereas it is necessary to provide for the ordinary expenses of said 
institution, this act is hereby declared an emergency act, and shall be in 
force from and after its passage. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



§ 1. Ordinary expenses and repairs, $103, 250 per annum. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT making appropriations for the ordinary expenses of the Northern Hospital 
and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropriated 
to the Northern Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin, for ordi- 
nary expenses, the sum of $46,250 per annum, from the first day of 
July, 1873, to the completion of the central building of said hospital, 
and its occupation by the institution ; and the sum of $50,000 per annum 
thereafter, and $2,000 per annum for necessary repairs, payable monthly 
in advance. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrants upon the treasurer for the said sums, upon order 
of the trustees, signed by the president and attested by the secretary 
of said board, with the corporate seal of the institution attached: Pro- 
vided, that no second or subsequent warrant shall be drawn until satis- 
factory vouchers, in detail, approved by the governor, have been filed 
with the auditor for the expenditures of the last preceding month, as 
other installments of appropriations herein or heretofore made. 

§ 3. This appropriation shall be and continue in force until the ex- 
piration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next gen- 
eral assembly. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



APPROPRIATIONS. ' 23 



INSANE ASYLUM, ELGIN. 

§ 1. Superintending, constructing, furnishing and. incidental expenses, $132,625. In force July 1. 1873. 

AN ACT making appropriations for the Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for 

the Insane, at Elgin. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, rep- 
resented in the General Assembly, That the following sums, or so much 
thereof as may be necessary, he and the same are hereby appropriated 
to the Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, at Elgin, 
for the purposes herein specified, and for no other : 

First — For furnishing the rear building, erecting a brick coal house, 
providing hose and fire apparatus for the rear building and north wing, 
the sum of seven thousand four hundred and fifty dollars ($7,450). 

Second — For construction of the central building, including steam 
heating, ventilating, plumbing, gas fixtures, lightning rods, sewerage 
and rain water conductors, the sum of eighty-one thousand two hundred 
and fifty dollars ($81,250). 

Third — For furnishing, the central building, the sum of seven thou- 
sand dollars ($7,000). 

Fourth — For outside improvements including cost of water works 
carpenter's shop, with tools and fixtures, corn barn, vegetable cellar 
and general store room, grading, shade trees, walks, earthen pipe for 
rain water and laying the same, and excess in the cost of barn built of 
brick instead of wood, the sum of thirteen thousand and ninety dollars 
($13,090). 

Fifth — For expense of superintending, architect's commissions on 
north wing, rear building and other work, office rent, published reports 
books, papers, etc., together with trustees' per diem and expenses from 
1869 to January 1, 1-873, the sum of sixteen thousand one hundred and 
eighty-five dollars ($16,185). 

Sixth — For other incidental expenses, including additional furniture 
for thirty (30) extra patients not heretofore appropriated for, horses, 
carriages and sleighs, with equipments, for the use and benefit of pa- 
tients, library and musical instruments for patients, and other necessary 
furniture, including a safe for valuable papers, the sum of seven thou- 
sand six hundred and fifty dollars ($7,650). Total, $132,625. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the said sums, upon montblv 
requisitions of the board of trustees of the Northern Illinois Hospital and 
Asylum for the Insane, signed by the president, attested by the secretary 
of said board, with the seal of the institution attached,*aud approved 
by the governor : Provided, said requisitions are accompanied by the 
certified vouchers for work performed, or material furnished by the con- 
tractors or other authorized persons, during the preceding month, and 
for which the requisition is made. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



24 ' APPROPRIATIONS. 



INSANE ASYLUM, JACKSONVILLE. 

§ 1. Ordinary expenses, $100,000 per annum. In force July 1, 1873. 

§ 2. Repairs and improvements, #8,000 per annum. | 

AN ACT appropriating money to defray the ordinary expenses of the Illinois State 
Hospital for the Insane, located at Jacksonville, Illinois, and for making needed 
repairs and improvements to said hospital. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That for the purpose of defraying the 
ordinary expenses of the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, located at 
Jacksonville, Illinois, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) 
per annum be and is hereby appropriated to said hospital, from July 1, 
1873, to July 1, 1875, payable monthly in advance: Provided, that be- 
fore issuing - his warrant for such monthly payments, the auditor of pub- 
lic accounts shall require that there be tiled in his office a statement, 
showing in detail the expenditures during the preceding mouth ; such 
statement to be verified by the affidavit of the superintendent, and ap- 
proved by the governor. 

§ 2. That for the purpose of making needed repairs and improve- 
ments, the sum of eight thousand dollars ($8,000) per annum is hereby 
appropriated to said hospital, payable out of the state treasury as shall 
be required for use, certified by the superintendent on bills of particu- 
lars, and approved by the governor. 

§ 3. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and re- 
quired to draw his warrant upon the state treasurer for the said sums, 
upon order of the board of trustees of the Illinois State Hospital for the 
Insane, signed by the president and attested by the secretary of said 
board with the corporate seal of the institution. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



INSANE ASYLUM, ANNA. 

§ 1. Completing the center building, $99,000. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the completion of the centre building of the 

Southern Insane Asylum. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropria- 
ted to the Southern Insane Asylum at Anna, for the completion, heating, 
ventilation and furnishing of the center building, the sum of ninety-nine 
thousand dollars, payable out of the levy of 1873, in amounts as required 
for use. 

§ 2. The moneys herein appropriated shall be paid to the parties to 
whom they may become due and payable, directly from the treasury of 
the state, on the warrant of the auditor of public accounts ; and the au- 
ditor is hereby authorized and directed to draw the said warrants for 
moneys due under this act, upon the order of the board of trustees, 
signed by the president and attested by the secretary with the corpo- 
rate seal of the institution, accompanied by vouchers approved by the 
governor. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 25 



§ 1. Ordinary expenses, $100,000 per annum. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the Southern Insane 

Asylum. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropriated 
to the Southern Insane Asylum, at Anna, for ordinary expenses, the 
sum of $45,000 per annum, payable quarterly in advance, from the date 
of the opening of the north wing for the reception of patients, as de- 
termined by the proclamation of the governor announcing the fact, 
until the completion and opening of the center building; and of 
$55,000 thereafter, per annum, payable quarterly in advance; and the 
further sum of $4,000 for the necessary opening expenses. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and re- 
quired to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the said moneys, upon 
the order of the board of trustees, signed by the president and attested 
by the secretary of said board with the corporate seal of the institu- 
tion : Provided, that no part of the moneys herein appropriated shall 
be due and payable to the said institution until satisfactory vouchers, 
in detail, approved by the governor, have been filed with the auditor 
for the expenditure of the last quarterly or other installment of appro- 
priations herein or heretofore made. 

§ 3. This act shall be and continue in force from the first day of 
July, 1873, until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the ad- 
journment of the next general assembly. 

Approved April 24, 1873. 



NORMAL UNIVERSITY— NORMAL. 

§ 1. Ordinary expenses $16,000 per annum. I § 3. To pay indebtedness and to prevent defi- 

§ 2. Satisfactory vouchers to be filed 'with the I ciency, $6,915. 

auditor. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the Normal Univer- 
sity, at Normal, and for the prevention of a deficiency. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of I llinois, repre- 
sented, in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appro- 
priated to the Normal University, at Normal, for ordinary expenses, in 
addition to the whole of the interest on college aud seminary fund, 
which is hereby appropriated, the further sum of $16,000 per annum, 
payable quarterly in advance. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and re- 
quired to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the aforesaid moneys, 
upon order of the state board of education, signed by the president and 
attested by the secretary of said board with the corporate seal of the 
institution: Provided, that no part of the moneys herein appropriated 
shall be due and payable to the said institution until satisfactory vouch- 
ers, in detail, approved by the governor, have been filed with the auditor 
for the expenditure of the last quarterly installment of appropriations 
herein or heretofore made, for the defrayment of ordinary expenses. 



26 APPROPRIATIONS. 



§ 3. There is also appropriated to the said institution, for the pur- 
pose of enabling it to pay its indebtedness as soon as the same becomes 
due, and to prevent a deficiency, the further specific sum of $6,915, 
payable out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, 
on the warrant of the auditor of public accounts, who is hereby author- 
ized and directed to issue the said warrant on order of the state board 
of education, signed by the president of said board and attested by the 
secretary with the corporate seal of the institution : Provided, that this 
appropriation shall not be construed as authorizing any increase in the 
annual expense of the said university. 

§ 4. This act shall be and continue in force from the first day of 
July, 1873, until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the ad- 
journment of the next general assembly. 

Approved April 25, 1873. 



NORMAL UNIVERSITY— SOUTHERN. 

§ 1. Completing and furnishing the same, $80,000. In force July 1, 1873. 
AN ACT making an appropriation to the Southern Illinois Normal University. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of $80,000 is hereby ap- 
propriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, 
to the Southern Illinois Normal University, to be expended by the com- 
missioners of said university in completing and furnishing the same. 

§ 2. The appropriation hereby made shall be disbursed by the treas- 
urer, upon certified accounts of the expenditures incurred by the com- 
missioners of said university made by them, and approved by the 
governor, which said accounts, when made and approved as aforesaid, 
shall be filed with the auditor of public accounts, who shall thereupon 
draw his warrant upon the treasurer therefor, in favor of the party to 
whom such accounts shall be due. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



§ 1. Ordinary expenses, $15,000 per annum, i § 3. When in force. 
§ 2. Vouchers to be filed with auditor. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the Southern Nor- 
mal University. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropri- 
ated to the Southern Normal University, at Carbondale, for ordinary 
expenses, the sum of $15,000 per annum, payable quarterly in advance : 
Provided, that this appropriation shall not take effect until the building 
shall have been completed and turned over by the contractor to the 
trustees, and the school fully opened, as may be determined by the proc- 
lamation of the governor announcing the fact. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 27 



§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the said moneys, upon order 
of the board of trustees, signed by the president and attested by the 
secretary of said board with the corporate seal of the institution : Pro- 
vided, that after the first quarterly payment, no part of the moneys 
herein appropriated shall be due and payable to the said institution 
until satisfactory vouchers, in detail, approved by the governor, have 
been filed with the auditor for the expenditure of the last quarterly in- 
stallment of appropriation herein made. 

§ 3. This act shall be and continue in force from the first day of the 
first actual school term, until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter 
after the adjournment of the next general assembly. 

Approved February 13, 1874. 



REFORM SCHOOL. 

§ 1. Ordinary expenses. § 2. Satisfactory vouchers filed with auditor. 

In force July I, 1873. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the State Reform 

School. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropriated 
to the State Reform School, at Pontiac, for ordinary expenses, the sum 
of $25,000 per annum, payable quarterly in advance. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and required 
to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for the said sums, upon order of 
the board of trustees signed by the president and attested by the sec- 
retary of the said board with the corporate seal of the institution: Pro- 
vided, that no part of the moneys herein appropriated shall be due and 
payable to the said institution until satisfactory vouchers, in detail, 
approved by the governor, have been filed with the auditor for the ex- 
penditure of the last quarterly or other installment of appropriations 
herein or heretofore made. 

§ 3. This act shall be and continue in force from the first day of July, 
1873, until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjourn- 
ment of the next general assembly. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



§ 1. Workshops, heating, drainage, etc., |10,000. I §3. In force March 25, 1874. 

§ 2. To be paid on auditor's warrants. ' 

AN ACT making an appropriation for huildings and other improvements for the 
State Reform School, and for the purchase of stock. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and hereby is appropria- 
ted to the State Reform School, at Pontiac, the sum of $10,000 for the 
erection of work shops, fence, water closets ; $5,000 for enlarging the 



28 APPKOPRIATTONS. 



wash room, laundry and apparatus for heating, and $3,000 for drainage, 
the purchase of stock, and other expenses of the farm — the amounts 
aforesaid to be payable out of the levy of 1873. 

§ 2. The moneys herein appropriated shall be paid to the parties to 
whom they may become due and payable, directly from the treasury of 
the state, on the warrant of the auditor of public accounts; and the 
auditor is hereby authorized and directed to draw the said warrants for 
moneys due under this act, upon the order of the board of trustees, 
signed by the president and attested by the secretary of said board 
with the corporate seal of the institution, and accompanied by vouchers 
approved by the governor. 

§ 3. Whereas the present crowded condition of the Eeform School 
renders additional accommodations immediately necessary, an emer- 
gency exists : therefore this act shall be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 



Approved March 25, 1874. 



SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOME. 

§ 1. Ordinary expenses, $50,000 per annum. | § 3. Satisfactory vouchers to be filed with au. 

§ 2. Improvements, repairs and library, $2,500 I ditor. 

per annum. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to make appropriations for the Soldiers' Orphans' Home, and to maintain 
said institution for the next two years. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That from and after the first day of July, 
A. D. 1873, to the first day of July, A. D. 1875, there is hereby appro- 
priated to the Soldiers' Orphans' Home the sum of $50,000 per annum, 
for the support, education, nurture and care of the children of deceased 
or disabled soldiers. 

§ 2. To pay for necessary improvements and repairs during said pe- 
riod, the sum of $2,000 per aunum, and $500 per annum for increasing 
the library, is hereby appropriated. 

§ 3. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and directed 
to draw his warrant upon the state treasurer for the amount appropria- 
ted for current expenses, upon the request of the treasurer of the board 
of trustees, signed by the president and attested by the secretary with 
the seal of the institution : Provided, that no sum for current expenses 
greater than $10,000 shall be drawn at any one time : And, provided, 
further, that a second warrant for current expenses shall not be drawn 
until satisfactory vouchers shall have been approved by the governor 
and filed with the auditor, showing the amount previously drawn to 
have been properly expended, and for the purposes for which the same 
was appropriated. 

§ 4. The amounts appropriated for library, improvements and re- 
pairs shall be paid upon the order of the board of trustees, and vouchers 
for such expenditures shall be returned, the same as required for current 
expenses. 

Approved April 23, 1873. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 29 



§ 1. For the purchase of furniture. I § 2. Auditor to issue warrant. 

I In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to appropriate money for the purchase of furniture and bedding for the 
Illinois Soldiers' Orphans' Home. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there is hereby appropriated to the 
Soldiers' Orphans' Home, for the purchase of furniture, the following 
sums, to- wit: For two hundred and twenty-sis (226) mattresses, the 
sum of two thousand eight hundred and ninety-five dollars and seventy- 
five cents ($2,895 75) ; for two hundred and twenty-six (220) iron bed- 
steads, with wire bottoms, the sum of three thousand five hundred and 
sixty-seven dollars ($3,567) ; for two hundred pillows (200), the sum of 
three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375); for one thousand sheets, 
(1,000) and two thousand pillow cases (2,000), the sum of one thousand 
and fifty dollars ($1,050); for two hundred and twenty pairs blankets, 
the sum of nine hundred and ninety dollars ($990) ; for five hundred 
bed spreads, the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) ; for. three hun- 
dred yards of matting, the sum of two hundred and eighty-five dollars 
($285) ; for the purpose of renewing kitchen and dining room furniture, 
the sum of five hundred dollars. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and directed 
to issue his warrant upon the treasurer of state for said sums, upon the 
request of the treasurer of said institution, signed by the president and 
attested by the secretary with the seal of the institution — vouchers to 
be filed with the auditor of public accounts, approved by the governor, 
showing that the sums have been properly expended, and for the pur- 
pose for which the same was appropriated. 

Approved March 20, 1874. 



§ 1. For payment of indebtedness. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act making appropriations for 
the payment of the indebtedness of the Soldiers' Orphans' Home," approved March 

12, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 1 of "An act making appro- 
priations for the payment of the indebtedness of the Soldiers' Orphans' 
Home," approved March 12, 1872, be amended so as to read as follows : 

"§ 1. That the sum of fifty thousand and one dollars ($50,001), or so 
much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same is hereby appro- 
priated for the liquidation of the indebtedness of the Soldiers' Orphans' 
Home, located at Normal, according to the schedule approved by Hon. 
James Shaw, chairman of the committee of investigation appointed 
under the act approved June sixteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy- 
one, with interest thereon as provided in said schedule, but at six per 
cent, per annum, and up to July first, eighteen hundred and seventy- 
two, at said rate ; and the auditor of public accounts is hereby 



30 APPROPRIATIONS. 



directed to draw his warrant for said sums of indebtedness in favor of 
the parties to whom the same may be due, or their assignees, upon 
proper vouchers certified by the trustees of the Soldiers' Orphans' Home, 
or a majority of them, and approved by the governor : Provided, that 
no indebtedness shall be paid from said fund except that accruing be- 
fore March first, eighteen hundred and seventy -one : And, provided, 
further, that the amounts originally dne John M. Snyder and John S. 
Clark, as contained on said schedule, shall not be paid (except such as 
have been transferred to innocent assignees before the first day of 
March, eighteen hundred and seventy-one,) until all claims of the insti- 
tution against each of them has been settled to the satisfaction of the 
trustees." 
Approved March 27, 1874. 



§ 1. Commissioners to adopt suitable design; I § 3. Amount appropriated. $-25,000. 

amount limited to $-25,000. In force July 1, 1873. 

§ 2. Commissioners and government officers to 

locate. 

AN ACT to provide for building a Soldiers' Monument at the National Cemetery, 

near Mound City. 

Whereas the federal government has purchased a plat of ground 
near Mound City, and has caused to be buried there the remains of five 
thousand one hundred and sixty -three brave men, who fell in defending 
the principles of the constitution ; and whereas, in said cemetery many 
of the sons of Illinois sleep their last sleep ; and whereas, it is but a 
just and fitting tribute to their memory that the state of Illinois should 
erect upon said grounds a suitable monument : therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the governor appoint three com- 
missioners, whose duty it shall be to adopt a suitable design and plan 
for a monument to be erected upon the grounds of the national ceme- 
tery near Mound City, and such commissioners are, by this act, empow- 
ered to receive proposals and contract for the erection and completion 
thereof: Provided, the same shall not cost to exceed $25,000. 

§ 2. The said commissioners are empowered, for and on behalf of the 
state of Illinois, to confer with the proper officers of the government, 
and agree upon the site for said monument. 

§ 3. For the purpose of meeting the cost of the construction of said 
monument, the sum of $25,000 is hereby appropriated out of the state 
treasury, and the auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized to 
draw his warrant on the state treasurer for said amount, out of any 
money not otherwise appropriated, upon the certificate of the commis- 
sioners appointed uuder the provisions of this act, from time to time, as 
may be necessary, during the progress of the work : Provided, no money 
shall be drawn under the provisions hereof, prior to the first day of 
April, 1874. 

Approved April 11, 1873. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 31 



STATE ENTOMOLOGIST. 

§ 1. Salary of the State Entomologist. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to appropriate money to pay the salary and expense of publishing the 
report of the State Entomologist. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
ented in the General Assembly, That there is hereby appropriated, for 
the salary of the State Entomologist, the sum of $2,000 per annum, to 
be paid quarterly to said State Entomologist upon his certifying to the 
auditor of public accounts that he has performed the duties of the office 
for the quarter for which the salary is to be paid ; and that there be 
appropriated the further sum of $700, to be used by the State Ento- 
mologist for illustrations of his reports for the years 1872 and 1873, and 
for necessary stationery and postage stamps to be used in his office in 
the performance of his official duties ; and that the auditor of public 
accounts be authorized to draw warrants on the treasury for the 
amounts as above specified. 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 

In force July 1, 1S73. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the payment of the Officers and Members of 
the next General Assembly, and for the salaries of the Officers of the State Gov- 
ernment. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there be and is hereby appropri- 
ated a sum of money sufficient to pay the officers and members of the 
next general assembly, and the salaries of the officers of the state 
government, at such rate of compensation as is now or hereafter may 
be fixed by law, until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the 
adjournment of the next regular session of the general assembly. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



§ 1. Deficiency prior to January 13, 1873. In force April 29, 1873. 

AN ACT to provide for the expenses of the State Government prior to the 13th day 
of January, 1873, and to cover deficiency in appropriations therefor. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the following sums be and the 
same are hereby appropriated, out of any moneys in the treasury not 
otherwise appropriated, to be paid to the parties herein named, upon the 
warrants of the auditor, upon account of bills of particulars certified 
by the secretary of state, and approved by the governor, as follows, 
to- wit : 



32 APPROPRIATIONS. 



To Bt. T. Ives, for wood delivered on contract, the sum of $292 50. 

To. H. T. Ives, for coal delivered on order of the secretary of state 
prior to Jan nary 13, 1873, the sum of $92 36. 

To the Springfield Gas light Company, for gas furnished state house 
and N. Batemau's office, the sum of $685 63. 

To L. H. Coleman, for matting, carpets, etc., furnished, the sum of 
$1,099 76. 

To John Jackson, for services as janitor in basement, and for white- 
washing done, the sum of $225 00. 

To the Springfield Water Works, for water furnished the state house, 
the sum of $275 00. 

To the Tribune Company of Chicago, for advertising proposals for 
printing paper, the sum of $185 60. 

To M. Halstead & Co., of Cincinnati, for advertising proposals for 
printing paper, $L26 00. 

To the Sentinel Company of Indianapolis, for advertising proposals 
for printing paper, the sum of $26 00. 

To the Springfield Savings Bank, for note made by state officers for 
money to pay contractors for furnishing printing paper, the sum of 
$10,826 00, with ten per cent, interest from 1st of March, 1873. 

To P. W. Harts, for stationery furnished the attorney-general's office, 
the sum of $56. 

To P. W. Harts, for stationery and materials furnished the board of 
public charities, the sum of $217 10. 

To David Doe, for services as engineer for heating apparatus for 
house of representatives, for paint and painting engineer's room and 
hauling coal into state house, the sum of $59. 

To F. Gerhing, for translating Gov. Palmer's message into German, 
the sum of $75. 

To C. Sampson, for carpenter work and materials furnished in putting 
in supports to hall of the house of representatives, the sum of $20. 

To Fox & House, for hardware and tools furnished, the sum of $46 90. 

To Nutt & Barkley, for repairing chairs and furnishing mirrors, 
desks, etc., the sum of $109 50. 

To John Williams & Co., for towels, candles, etc., furnished for use of 
secretary of state's office, the sum of $29 45. 

To Frank Carpenter, for labor running steam heating apparatus for 
house of representatives prior to letting the contract to A. L. Ide, the 
sum of $12. 

To Thomas J. Pickett, Jr., for services rendered as inspector of public 
printing, the sum of $110. 

To Henry Bugg, for queensware, buckets and repairs, the sum of 
$43 05. 

To N. Leroy, for repairing desk locks, furnishing keys, etc., the sum of 
$74 35. 

To Val. B. Hummel, for services and expenses as committee clerk for 
the twenty-sixth general assembly, the sum of $175. 

§ 2. Whereas the appropriations asked for herein are for expenses 
of the state government under the previous administration, incurred by 
want of a sufficient appropriation ; and whereas, in justice to the parties 
above named, as creditors of the state, it is necessary that this law 
should take effect and be in force from and after its passage : therefore 
it is declared that an emergency exists, and this law shall take effect 
and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 33 



§ 1. Deficiency until June 30, 1873. In force April 11, 1873. 

AN ACT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State government 
heretofore incurred and unprovided for, and until the 30th day of June, 1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the following appropriations, or so 
much thereof as may be necessary, be and the same are hereby made, 
to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the state government, 
until the thirtieth (30th) day of Jane, 1873 : 

First — The sum of $3,000, subject to the order of the governor, for 
defraying all such expenses as are unforeseen by the general assembly, 
and not otherwise provided for by law ; payment to be made from time 
to time, upon bills of particulars, upon the order of the governor. 

Second — The sum of $800, for postage, stationery, telegraphing, fur- 
niture, repairs of office, and other incidental expenses, for the use and 
benefit of the governor's office ; payment to be made upon bills of par- 
ticulars, certified by the governor. 

Third — The sum of $5,000, for incidental expenses incurred by the 
secretary of state in the discharge of his duties, viz : postage, station- 
ery, expressage, furniture and repairs of office. Also, for pay of two 
extra clerks, and four extra janitors and one messenger, from the 13th 
day of January, 1873, so long as they may be necessarily employed 
during the present session of the general assembly, at a rate not ex- 
ceeding $5 per day for clerks, $3 per day for janitors, and $1 per day 
for messenger; payment to be made upon bills of particulars, certified 
by the secretary of state, and approved by the governor. 

Fourth — The sum of $000 to the state treasurer, for postage, expres- 
sage, telegraphing, stationery, and other incidental expenses of his 
office ; payment to be made upon bills of particulars, certified by the 
state treasurer, and approved by the governor. 

Fifth— The sum of $500, for postage, stationery, telegraphing, ex- 
pressage, and other incidental expenses, in the office of the adjutant- 
general ; payment to be made upon bills of particulars, certified by the 
adjutant-general, and approved by the governor. 

Sixth — A sum not exceeding $^5,000, to pay expenses of state print- 
ing and binding ; payment to be made from time to time upon weekly 
estimates, certified to be correct by the commissioners of public print- 
ing, and approved by the governor. 

Seventh — A sum not exceeding $15,000, to pay for the purchase of 
stationery, furniture and other articles, including payment of rent for 
committee rooms and janitors for both houses, heating apparatus for 
senate chamber, and for labor performed, furnished or done upon the 
authority of either branch of the general assembly, by resolution or 
otherwise, and upon the order of the secretary of state, or other state 
officer, duly authorized ; payment to be made upon bills of particulars, 
certified by the secretary of state, and approved by the governor. 

Eighth — A sum not exceediug $10,000, to pay the cost of printing 
paper furnished for the use of the twenty-eighth general assembly; 
payment to be made upon bills of particulars, certified by the secretary 
of state, and approved by the governor. 

Ninth — The sum of $841, for necessary incidental expenses incurred 
by the superintendent of public instruction in the discharge of his 
duties, viz : Special clerical services, rent of office, postage, stationery, 
—5 



34 APPROPRIATIONS. 



expressage, books, blanks and other necessary office expenses, until 
July 1, 1873. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed to issue his 
warrant upon the state treasurer, upon bills of particulars, filed with 
him in compliance with this act, and the state treasurer is hereby di- 
rected to pay such warrants upon presentation by the proper parties. 

Whereas the appropriations heretofore made for incidental expenses 
of the state government have been exhausted ; and whereas, it is ne- 
cessary that this law should take effect and be in force from and after 
its passage : therefore, it is hereby declared that an emergency exists, 
and that this law shall be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved April 11, 1873, 



§ 1. Ordinary and contingent expenses. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN x\CT to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State govern- 
ment until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adj ournnient of the next 
regular session of the general assembly. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the following named sums be and 
they are hereby appropriated to meet the ordinary and contingent ex- 
penses of the state government until the expiration of the first fiscal 
quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session of the general 
assembly : 

First — A sum not exceeding $6,000 per annum shall be subject to the 
order of the governor, for defraying all such expenses as are unforeseen 
by the general assembly, and not otherwise provided for by law, j)ay- 
ments to be made from time to time, upon bills of particulars, certified 
to by the governor. 

Second — The sum of $2,500 per annum for clerk hire in the governor's 
office, payable quarterly upon the governor's order. 

Third — To the governor's office for postage, express, telegraphing, 
stationery, furniture and repairs of office, and other incidental office ex- 
penses, a sum not exceeding $1,000 per annum, to be paid on bills of 
particulars, certified by the governor. 

Fourth — To the office of secretary of state for stationery, furniture, 
repairs of office, postage, express, and other incidental office expenses, 
a sum not exceeding $2,000 per annum, payable upon bills of particulars, 
certified by the secretary of state, and approved by the governor. To 
the secretary of state, for clerk hire in his office, the sum of $8,000 per 
annum, payable quarterly. To the secretary of state, for one porter, 
$800 per annum, payable quarterly on his order. 

' Fifth — A sum not exceeding $5,000 per annum, for the purpose of de- 
fraying the cost of furniture and repairs for the general assembly, water 
rent, gas and fuel at state house, express, advertising contracts, and for 
all expenses necessarily incurred by the secretary of state in the dis- 
charge of the duties imposed on him by law, and for which no other 
appropriation is made, to be paid to the persons entitled to any portion 
thereof, upon bills of particulars, certified by said secretary, and ap- 
proved by the governor. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 35 



Sixth — To the auditor of public accounts for clerk hire, the sum of 
$7,500 per annum, to be paid quarterly. To the office of the auditor of 
public accounts for furniture, repairs, postage, express charges, tele- 
graphing', and other necessary expenses incurred in the discharge of the 
duties of his office, a sum not exceeding $15,500 per annum, to be paid 
on bills of particulars, certified by the auditor, and approved by the 
governor. To the auditor of public accounts the sum of $600 per annum 
for one porter, payable quarterly on his order. 

Seventh — To the state treasurer, tor clerk hire, the sum of $2,000 per 
annum, payable quarterly. To the office of the state treasurer, for tur- 
niture, repairs, postage, express and telegraphing, and other necessary 
office expenses, a sum not exceeding $1,000 per auuum, payable on bills 
of particulars, certified by him, and approved by the governor. To the 
state treasurer, the sum of $^,190 per annum, tor watchmen, and the 
sum of $800 dollars per annum for one porter, payable quarterly on his 
order. 

Eighth — To the superintendent of public instruction, for clerk hire, 
the sum of $1,500 per annum, payable quarterly. To the office of the 
superintendent of public instruction, for office rent, furniture, repairs, 
periodical and educational works, and other necessary expenses of 
said office, a sum not exceeding $1,000 per annum, payable on bills 
of particulars, certified by him and approved by the governor. Ap- 
propriations made by the eighth clause to be paid out of tne state school 
fund. 

Ninth — To the attorney-general, for clerk hire, the sum of $1,500 per 
annum, from January 13, 1873, payable quarterly. To the office of the 
attorney-general, for furniture, repairs, telegraphing, and other expenses 
of the attorney-general incurred in the discharge of the duties of his 
office, a sum not exceeding $1,250 per annum, payable on bills of par- 
ticulars, certified by him and approved by the governor. To the attorney- 
general, for office rent, the sum of $375 per annum, payable on his 
order. 

Tenth — To the office of the adjutant-general, for postage, furniture 
and repairs, and other necessary office expenses, the sum of $1,000 }>er 
annum; for clerk's salary, the sum of $800 per annum; for janitor care 
armory, arms, accoutrements and stores, the sum of $100 per annum ■ 
and $300 for the purpose of providing means to preserve the battle- 
flags of the state, payable upon bills of particulars, to the persons en- 
titled thereto, certified by the adjutant-general and approved by the 
governor. 

Eleventh— To the secretary f the fund commissioner, $1,200 per 
annum, payable quarterly on the order of the governor. 

Twelfth— -To the custodian of field notes and surveys, for his office ex- 
penses, the sum of $500 per annum, payable upon bills of particulars, 
certified to by him and approved by the governor. For copying field 
notes as provided by law, at the rate of ten dollars per township, the 
sum of $o,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid on 
his certificate of work done, on the approval of the governor. 

Thirteenth— To the board of public charities, for expenses, including 
the salary of a clerk, a sum not exceeding $5,500 per annum, payable 
quarterly on bills of particulars, approved by the governor. 

Fourteenth — To the state board of equalization, for pay and expenses, 
a sum not exceeding $8,000 per annum, payable in the manner provided 
by law. 



36 APPROPRIATIONS. 



Fifteenth — A sum not exceeding $2,000 per annum, for costs and ex- 
penses in state suits, to be paid on bills of particulars, certified to by the 
auditor, and approved by the governor. 

Sixteenth — A sum not exceeding $4,000 per annum, for apprehending 
and delivery of fugitives from justice, to be paid on the evidence required 
by law, certified to aud approved by the governor. 

Seventeenth — The sum of $20,000 per annum, or such sum as may be 
needed, for conveying convicts to the penitentiary, to be paid on the 
warden's certificate, at the compensation fixed by general law, the auditor 
to compute the distance by the nearest railroad route. 

Eighteenth — The sum of $3,000 per annum, or such sum as may be 
needed, for conveying juvenile offenders to the reform school at 
Pontiac, on the certificate of delivery, at the rate of compensation 
allowed by law, the auditor to compute the distance by the nearest rail- 
road route. 

Nineteenth — For printing paper and for stationery, for the use of the 
general assemby and executive departments, purchased on contract, 
payable on delivery thereof, on bills of particulars, certified to by the 
secretary of state, auditor and treasurer, and approved by the governor, 
the sum of $40,000, or so much thereof as may be required. 

Twentieth — There is hereby appropriated to defray the incidental and 
contingent expenses of the supreme court, to- wit: for stationery, post- 
age, fuel, lights, repairs, furniture, express, books and other expenses 
as may be deemed necessary by the court, the following sums : To the 
northern grand division, the sum of $2,500 per annum ; to the central 
grand division, the sum $2,000 rjer annum ; to the southern grand 
division, the sum of $1,500 per annum — the same to be paid upon bills 
of particulars, certified to by at least two of the justices of said court. 
The sum of $300 per annum is hereby appropriated to the librarian of each 
of the divisions of the supreme court, for taking care of the libraries, 
payable quarterly on the certificate of at least two of the justices of said 
court. The sum of $300 per annum to each division of said court, for 
the pay of janitors, to perform such duties as shall be determined by 
said justices, to be paid quarterly, on the order of at least two of said 
justices. To the central grand division, for rent of rooms, the sum of 
$1,750 per annum, payable quarterly, on the order of at least two of the 
justices of said court. 

Twenty-first — For public printing, $35,500 per annum, or so much 
thereof as may be required. For public binding, $10,000, or so much 
thereof as may be required. The public printing and binding may be 
paid for as the work progresses, on the order of the secretary of state, 
auditor and treasurer, approved by the governor. 

Twenty-second — The sum of $70,000 annually, or so much thereof as 
may be necessary, to pay the interest on the school, college and semi- 
nary funds, distributed annually, under the laws in force — the amount 
appropriated under this clause to be paid out of the Illinois Central 
Railroad fund : Provided, that the amount appropriated under this clause 
shall not be construed as appropriating an additional sum to the ]S!orrmil 
University at Bloomington, than the amount elsewhere appropriated to 
said university by the general assembly. 

Twenty-third — The sum of $1,000,000 annually, out of the state school 
fund, to pay the amount of the auditor's orders issued for the distribu- 
tion of said fund to the several counties. The auditor shall issue his 



APPROPRIATIONS. 37 



warrant, on the proper evidence that the amount distributed has been 
paid to the county school superintendents. 

Twenty -fourth — Such sum as may be necessary to refund the taxes 
on real estate sold or paid in error, and for overpayments on collectors' 
accounts under laws governing such cases, to be paid out of the proper 
funds. 

Twenty -fifth — To the secretary of the board of new state house com- 
missioners, the sum of $1,500 per annum, payable quarterly, on a bill 
certified to by at least two of the commissioners, approved by the 
governor. 

Twenty-sixth — To the commissioners to construct the Southern Illinois 
Insane Asylum and Southern Normal University, the sum of $5 per day 
each, for time actually employed, to be paid quarterly, on the certificate 
of the commissioners, or a majority of them, approved by the governor. 

Twenty-seventh — For one janitor of the state house, who shall perform 
such duties as shall be assigned to him by the governor, secretary of 
state, auditor and treasurer, the sum of $S00 per annum, payable 
quarterly, on the order of said officers. 

Twenty-eighth — The sum of $130,000 per annum, or so much thereof as 
may be necessary, to pay interest on the bonded debt of the state, to be 
paid on the certified account of the state treasurer, approved by the 
governor — the amount appropriated by this clause to be paid out of the 
Illinois Central Eailroad fund. 

Twenty-ninth — To the railroad and warehouse commissioners, for the 
incidental expenses of their office, including office rent and care, furni- 
ture, stationery, fuel, light and postage, telegraph charges; for the sec- 
retary's salary, the same not to exceed $1,500 per annum ; extra clerk 
hire, and the fees of experts employed, which amount shall be fixed by 
the board, and for all necessary expenditures other than those herein- 
after provided for, a sum not to exceed five thousand five hundred 
($5,500) dollars per annum. For expenses incurred in suits or investi- 
gations commenced by the authority of the state, under any laws now 
in force, or hereafter to be enacted, empowering or instructing the board 
of commissioners, the sum of thirty thousand ($30,000) dollars, or so 
much thereof as may be necessary for said purpose. The above amounts 
to be paid upon detailed statements, filed with the auditor, bearing the 
order of the board and the approval of the governor. 

Thirtieth — To the employees of the next general assembly, a sum 
sufficient to pay the compensation allowed them by law, to be paid on 
pay-rolls, certified to by the presiding officer of the respective houses. 

Thirty-first — To W. I. Allen, for copying resolutions of senate and 
house, in regard to deceased members, upon parchment, for presenta- 
tion to their families, $25. 

Thirty -second — $5,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay 
for copying the laws, journals and joint resolutions, of the present gen- 
eral assembly, as provided by law. 

Thirty-third — To William Eeddick and Simon D. Phelps, each the sum 
$50, and to Albert Landrum $25, which shall be in full for services in 
visiting and ascertaining upon what terms the Perry Springs property 
could be purchased for, as authorized by joint resolution of the twenty- 
seventh general assembly. 

Thirty-fourth — A sum not exceeding $2,000, or so much thereof as is 
necessary to pay the necessary expenses of the different standing and 
special committees of the two houses of the t wenty- eighth general assem« 



38 APPROPRIATIONS. 



bly, when absent from the capital on extra duty, payable on pay-rolls 
certified by the chairman of the respective committees, and approved by 
the presiding officer of the respective houses. 

§ 2. The auditor of public accounts is hereby authorized and direct- 
ed to draw his warrant on the state treasurer, for the sums herein speci- 
fied, upon presentation of the proper vouchers; and the state treasurer 
shall pay the same out of the proper funds in the treasury not other- 
wise appropriated. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



§ 1. Witnesses and necessary expenses of committees. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to provide for the payment of the expenses of the Senate Penitentiary In- 
vestigating Committee, and the expenses of witnesses, and miscellaneous expenses 
of the House Penitentiary Committee, and expenses of other committees and per- 
sons. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That for the purpose of paying the ex- 
penses of the members of the senate committee on penal institutions, 
and of witnesses and other necessary expenses incurred by the house 
penitentiary committee, when engaged in an investigation of the peni- 
tentiary by order of the respective houses, the following sums are here- 
by appropriated : 

To C. M. Ferrell, E. S. Williamson, Jos. S. Eeynolds, John Cunning- 
ham, W. H. Shepard, Thos. S. Casey, E. A. Wilcox, George Gundlach, 
and G-, W. Henry, the sum of eleven dollars and eighty cents ($11 80) 
each, for traveling expenses to and from Joliet. 

To Frank Murray and Benj. F. Mayhew, witnesses, for expenses in 
visiting Springfield, on order of the house committee, the sum of fifteen 
dollars ($15) each. 

To James Watson, witness, for expense in visiting Springfield, on 
order of house committee, the sum of twenty-one dollars ^$21.) 

To Alfred Spink, for examination and report on condition of books 
and accounts of the penitentiary, the sum of one hundred and fifty dol- 
lars ($150.) 

To Harry Wright, for services as clerk of the penitentiary committee, 
the sum of thirty dollars ($30.) 

To D. W. Barkley, for cash paid for telegrams, postage, janitors' ser- 
vices and other contingent expenses of house penitentiary committee, 
the sum of twenty-five dollars and fifty cents ($25 50.) 

To J. E. Eoberts, assistant door-keeper, for attending the investiga- 
tions of the penitentiary committee, by order of the speaker of the 
house, mileage, twenty-seven dollars and sixty cents ($27 60.) 

To E. S. Thompson, E. A. Wilcox and John Hincheliffe, traveling ex- 
penses to and from Jacksonville as a special committee to investigate 
the affairs of the Deaf and Dumb Asylum, the sum of two dollars ($2) 
each. 

To George Gundlach, traveling expenses to and from Chicago, as one 
of a special committee to investigate whether the county clerk of Cook 
county had extended the state taxes for 1873, in pursuance of the re- 
quirements of the State Board of Equalization, the sum of eighteen 
dollars ($18.) 



APPROPRIATIONS. 39 



To J. S. Beynolds and G. P. Jacobs, traveling expenses to and from 
Normal, as two of a special committee to investigate the affairs of the 
Soldiers' Orphans' Home, the sum of five dollars ($5) each. 

The auditor of public accounts is hereby directed to draw his warrant 
on the state treasurer for the sums herein specified, to each person 
above named ; and the state treasurer is hereby directed to pay the 
same out of any funds in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



§ 1. For ordinary and contingent expenses. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to further provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State 
government until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of 
the next regular session of the General Assembly. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That in addition to the sums already ap- 
propriated, the following named sums be and they are hereby appro- 
priated to meet the ordinary and contingent expenses of the state gov- 
ernment until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjourn- 
ment of the next regular session of the general assembly : 

First — For the state house, for the use of the secretary of state, as 
custodian thereof, a sum not exceeding $6,000, for the purpose of de- 
fraying the cost of fuel, furniture, stationery, and repairs for the gen- 
eral assembly, gas, expressage, water and other necessary incidental 
expenses attending the sessions thereof. Also, the further sum of $3,000, 
or so much thereof as may be required, for the use of said secretary of 
state, to defray the necessary incidental expenses attending the removal 
of the property and archives of the state from the old to the new state 
house. Both of the -sums of money in this clause mentioned to be paid 
to the persons entitled to any portion of such sums, upon bills of par- 
ticulars, certified to by the said secretary of state, and approved by the 
governor. 

Second — To the superintendent of public instruction, for postage, sta- 
tionery, expressage, services of janitor, repairs, furniture, periodicals, 
educational works, and rent of office, a sum not exceeding $2,000, pay- 
able on bills of particulars, certified to by him and approved by the 
governor. Appropriations made by this clause to be paid out of the 
state school fund. 

Third — To the attorney general, for his necessary incidental expenses 
incurred in the discharge of his official duties, a sum not to exceed 
$1,500, payable on bills of particulars, certified to by him and approved 
by the governor. 

Fourth — To the state treasurer, for one additional watchman, $1,095, 
payable quarterly on his order. 

Fifth — For public binding. $10,000, or so much thereof as may be re- 
quired. The public binding may be paid for as the work progresses, on. 
the order of the secretary of state, auditor of public accounts, and the 
treasurer, approved by the governor. 

Sixth — To A. L. Ide, an amount sufficient to pay him, as per contract, 
$12 per day, for heating the senate chamber and house of representa- 
tives during the adjourned session of the 28th general assembly. 



40 APPROPRIATIONS. 



Seventh — To H. B. Hurd, the sum of $6,100, in full for his services 
connected with the revision of statutes, from April 1 , 1872, when last 
paid, until the adjournment of tire present general assembly. 

Eighth — To each of the clergymen who have officiated as chaplains 
of the senate or house during - the sessions of 1873 and 1874, the sum of 
$30, to be paid upon pay rolls certified to by the president of the senate 
and speaker of the house. 

Ninth — The sum of $30,000, or so much thereof as may he necessary 
to defray expense of compiling and publishing the Eevised Statutes, 
including the cost of editing, printing and binding the same, and fur- 
nishing all printing paper and materials for the completion of the work, 
to be paid for as the work progresses, on the order of the secretary of 
state, the auditor of public accounts, and the treasurer, approved by 
the governor. 

Tenth — The sum of $1,000, or as much thereof as may be necessary, 
to defray the expenses as rents of committee rooms for both branches 
of the general assembly, to be paid upon bills of particulars, certified to 
by the chairman of the contingent expenses [committee] of each house. 

Eleventh — To Thomas Killion and James Curtis, extra janitors in 
state house, each the sum of $3 per day during the adjourned session 
of the 28th general assembly, to be paid upon bills of particulars, certi- 
fied to by the secretary of state, and approved by the governor. 

Twelfth — To the office of the custodian of U. S. surveys, the sum of 
$250 for stationery, to be paid upon bills of particulars, certified to by 
the secretary of state, and approved by the governor. 

Thirteenth — To John C. Hughes, the sum of $130, for services in read- 
ing proof of private laws of twenty-sixth general assembly j said ac- 
count to be approved by the governor. 

Fourteenth — To George Buckley, the sum of $300 50, for services ren- 
dered to the printing investigation committee, as per contract with said 
committee, to be certified to by the chairman of the house printing com- 
mittee, and approved by the governor 

Fifteenth — To Adam Doenges, the sum of $112 50, for Janitor's ser- 
vices, from June 1st to July 15th, 1872, to be certified by the superin- 
tendent of public instruction, and approved by the governor. 

Sixteenth — To R. P. Johnston, the sum of $24, for services rendered 
the house printing committee as notary public, to be certified by the 
chairman of the house printing committee, and approved by the gov- 
ernor. 

§ 2. The auditor of public acounts is hereby directed to draw his 
warrant on the state treasurer for the sums herein specified, upon pre- 
sentation of the proper vouchers. And the state treasurer shall pay 
the same out of the proper funds in the treasury not otherwise appro- 
priated. All sums of money appropriated by this bill shall be paid to 
whom the same is due, on warrants drawn in their favor. 

Approved March 30, 1874. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 41 



STATE HOUSE. 

§ 1. Assessment of 1872, |500,000 ; assessment of 1873, $500,000. In force March 19, 1873. 
AN ACT making an appropriation to continue the work on the new State House. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That for the purpose of carrying on the 
"work on the new state house, the sum of $500,000 be and the same is 
hereby appropriated, out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise 
appropriated ; also that the further sum of $500,000 be and the same is 
hereby appropriated, to be paid out of the revenue to be collected on 
the assessment of property for the year 1873, for revenue purposes. 

§ 2. As the state has no suitable halls for the convening of the legis- 
lature, nor sufficient office room for the use of the several state depart- 
ments, and that there may be no delay in providing the same, an emer- 
gency is hereby declared to exist, requiring this act to go into immediate 
effect ; therefore this act shall take effect and be in force from and after 
its passage. 

Approved March 19, 1873. 



SUPREME COURT. 

§ 1. Furnishing court house — improving grounds. In force April 23, 1873. 

AN ACT making an appropriation for the purpose of furnishing the Court House 
for the Supreme Court at Mount Vernon, Illinois, and improving the grounds 
thereto adjoining. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of $7,500, or so much there- 
of as may be necessary, be and the same is hereby appropriated out of 
any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the 
purpose of furnishing the court house for tbe supreme court, at Mount 
Vernon, Illinois, and improving the grounds thereto adjoining. 

§ 2. The said sum of money hereby appropriated, or so much thereof 
as may be necessary, shall be under the control and disposition of the 
judges of the supreme court; and the auditor of state shall draw his 
warrant for said sum, or any part thereof, on the order of a majority of 
said judges, in favor of such person or persons as they shall designate. 

§ 3. The said judges shall file with their order or orders aforesaid, in 
the office of the auditor, a written statement, showing the objects for 
which said sums were expended. 

§ 4. Whereas the said supreme court meets in the said court house 
at Mount Vernon, aforesaid, in June, A. D. 1873, and the same is now 
unfurnished, therefore an emergency exists: and this act shall be in 
force and take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved April 23, 1873. 



42 APPROPRIATIONS. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

§ 1. For removing certain remains. J § 3. Appointment of commissioners. 

§ 2. Treasurer to pay the proper person. ', In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to provide for the removal of the monument, tombstones, and remains of 
certain members of the General Assembly of this State, who died and were buried 
at Vandalia, Illinois. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of $250 be appropriated 
from the state treasury, from any moneys not otherwise appropriated, 
to be applied to the purpose of removing from the old graveyard in 
Vandalia, to " South Hill Cemetery," the remains of John Thompson, 
John B. E. Canal, Alexander F. Grant, Benjamin A. Clark and William 
McHeury. deceased members of the General Assembly, and who died 
duriug their membership, and were buried at Vandalia, Illinois, 
and the gravestones and monument erected by the state over their 
remains, by virtue of an act approved February 24, 1859, and for the 
further purpose of erecting a suitable iron fence around the lot in 
"South Hill Cemetery," to which their bodies are to be removed by vir- 
tue hereof. 

§ 2. That the state treasurer be authorized and required to pay the 
said sum of monej*, upon warrants issued by the auditor for that pur- 
pose ; and he is hereby authorized and required to issue said warrants, 
upon application being - made by the proper person. 

§ 3. That George H. Deikman and James M. Whiteman, of Vanda- 
lia, be and they are hereby appointed commissioners to see that the 
said sum of money is applied properly to the object expressed in this 
bill, and that they, or either of them, be empowered to draw said war- 
rants for that purpose, and that they be required to report immediately 
upon the removal of said remains and mouuments, with an account of 
the cost incurred, to the auditor of state. 

Approved February 13, 1874. 



§1. Abatement of taxes for 1872. §2. Auditor to issue warrant. 

| In force March 24, 1874. 

AN ACT to reimburse the county of McLean the sum of four thousand eight hun- 
dred and fifty dollars in abatement of taxes for the year 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the sum of four thousand eight hun- 
dred and fifty dollars ($4,850) be and the same hereby is appropriated 
to the county of McLean, state of Illinois, in abatement of taxes for the 
year 1872. 

§ 2. The auditor is hereby authorized to issue his warrant for the 
above sum, payable to the treasurer of McLean county for the use of 
said'county. 

§ 3. Whereas, an emergency exists, therefore this act shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved March 21, 1874. 



APPROPRIATIONS. 43 



§ 1. For equipments furnished the State. In force July 1, 1874. 

LA.N ACT making an appropriation to pay Robert Tillson and Company ten thousand 
■ dollars in full for their demand against the State. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That ($10,000) ten thousand dollars be 
(appropriated out of the treasury to pay that amount found due unto 
[Robert Tillson & Co., in full, for infantry and cavalry equipments fur- 
bished the state, to aid in suppressing the late rebellion, under contract 
kvith the quartermaster-general, and that the auditor of public accounts 
issue his.warrant on the treasury therefor. 

Approved January 27, 1874. 



§ 1. Auditor to draw his warrant on Treasurer. In force February 2, 1874. 
AN ACT for the relief of Frederick Wagner. 

Whereas, Frederick Wagner, while on duty as a private, in a vol- 
unteer company of militia from Springfield, called by, and organized 
under the authority of the governor of the state of Illinois, to do duty 
in the burnt district of the city of Chicago, on the night of the twelfth 
fday of October, A. D. 1871, was entirely disabled for life, by the invol- 
untary discharge of a musket in the hands of another volunteer ; there- 
fore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the auditor of public accounts be 
and he is hereby directed to draw his warrant or warrants on the state 
treasurer, in favor of the said Frederick Wagner, for the sum of fifty 
dollars ($50) on the first day of July, A. D. 1873; for the sum of fifty 
dollars ($50) on the first day of October, A. D. 1873 ; for the sum of fifty 
dollars ($50) on the first day of January, A. D. 1874; for the sum of fifty 
dollars ($50) on the first day of April, A. D. 1874; for the sum of fifty 
dollars ($50) on the first day of July, A. D. 1874 ; for the sum of fifty 
dollars ($50) on the first day of October, A.D. 1874; for the sum of fifty 
dollars ($50) on the first day of January, A. D. 1875 ; and for the sum of 
fifty dollars ($50) on the first day of April, A. D. 1875; making, in all, 
the sum of four hundred dollars ($400); said sum or sums to be paid 
put of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated. 
j § 2. Whereas, by the extreme poverty of the said Frederick Wagner, 
and his confinement iu the county poor house, an emergency has arisen 
requiring the passage of this act, and that it should take effect immedi- 
ately : therefore, this act shall take effect and be in force from and after 
its passage. 

Approved February 2, 1874. 



44 APPROPRIATIONS. 



§ 1. Compensation allowed. I § 2. Adjutant General to certify accounts. 

In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to make an appropriation for comjjensation to military companies for ser- 
vices rendered in the city of Chicago in the month of October, 1871. 

Whereas, certain military companies, duly organized and equipped 
under and by virtue of the authority of the state of Illinois, were, im- 
mediately after the great lire in the city of Chicago, in the month of 
October, 1871, ordered by the governor of this state to report at Chicago 
for military duty ; and whereas, certain military companies, in pursu- 
ance of such order, did report and do military duty for several days 
under such call ; and whereas, no provision by law has been made to 
compensate such companies for the services so rendered ; therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of I llinols, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That there shall be allowed to each com- 
missioned officer and enlisted man of any military company, duly or- 
ganized and equipped under and by virtue of the authority of the state 
of Illinois, who did military duty under a call of the. governor of the 
state, in the city of Chicago, in the month of October, 1871, as compen- 
sation therefor, the sum of $1 per day while on duty. And for that 
purpose the sum of $2,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is 
hereby appropriated: Pro vided, that such compensation shall only be 
paid to such companies as furnish, or have furnished to the adjutant 
general a muster roll of such men of their respective compauies who 
actually did duty in Chicago in October, 1871, properly sworn to by the 
commanding officer. 

§ 2. The adjutant general of this state is hereby required to certify 
to the auditor of public accounts the name and location of each com- 
pany, together with the name of the present commanding officer and 
the number of men in each company, and the number of days such 
command did military duty in the city of Chicago in the month of Octo- 
ber, 1871. 

§ 3. The auditor of public accounts, upon the presentation of the 
certificate provided for in section 2 of this act, and duplicate receipted 
pay rolls signed by the officers and enlisted men of such companies, is 
hereby required to draw his warrant on the state treasurer for the 
amount due each company under the provisions of this act, payable to 
the order of the commanding officer of such company. 

Approved March 25, 1874. 



ASSESSMENTS. 



45 



ASSESSMENTS. 



§7. 



Legalize assessments in cities, towns or vil- 
lages, for 1872. 

Collector to return warrants. 

Collector to make returns for prior years. 

Powers of county officers. 

Payment of delinquent taxes made to county 
treasurer or sheriff— notice of application 
for judgment and order of sale. 

County collector shall make returns month- 
ly, and after sale immediately make final 
settlement — act of 1872 as to sales, certifi- 
cates and deeds. 

Collection hy municipal corporation of taxes 
prior to 1873. 



§ 8. Personal action for the collection of taxes 
shall be cumulative. 

§ 9. No error (not affecting the substantial jus- 
tice of the tax itself ) shall mitigate or af- 
fect the tax or assessment. 

§ 10. Writs of error to be taken to the supreme 
court on judgments or order of the county 
court. 

§ 11. Kate per cent, legalized if in excess of the 
amount limited by the charter. 

§ 12. Applicable to water assessments. 
In force March 28, 1873. 



AN ACT in regard to the assessment and collection of taxes in incorporated cities, 
towns and villages for the year A. D. 1872, and prior years. 

Whereas certain incorporated cities, towns and villages within this 
state have proceeded, under the provisions of their respective charters, 
in the assessing', levying and collection of their respective municipal 
taxes for the year A. D. 1872, for the reason that it was believed that 
the general revenue Jaw was not applicable to said year, and other in- 
corporated cities, towns and villages have certified to the county clerk 
of their respective counties under the provisions of the said general 
revenue law, the same being entitled "An act for the assessment of 
property, and for the levy and collection of taxes," in force July 1, 
1872 ; and whereas it is desirable to remove all doubt as to the validity 
of the tax levies of incorporated cities, towns and villages for said year 
A. D. 1872 : 

Section 1. Be it enacted hy the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the taxes assessed or levied by any 
incorporated city, town or village in this state for or during the year 
A. D. 1872, under or in accordance with the provisions of the chatter of 
such city, town or village, and all proceedings had by such city, town 
or village, and the officers of any such city, town or village, as to such 
assessment, levy or the collection of any such taxes, shall be and are 
hereby declared to be as legal and valid and of like effect as if said act 
for the assessment of property and for the levy and collection of taxes, 
in force July 1, A. D. 1872, had not been passed. 

§ 2. Any city collector, or other collector having the rolls or warrants 
for the collection of the taxes so assessed and levied by any such city, 
town or village, for or during said year A. D. 1872, shall, at such time 
as may be designated by the legislative authority of any such city, town 
or village, return to the sheriff in counties not under township organiza- 
tion, and to the treasurer in other counties as county collector, a list of 
the real estate on which the taxes so assessed or levied by the authority 
of such city, town or village shall remain unpaid at the time of such 
return, together with the amount of municipal taxes assessed and levied 
thereon, as shown by such rolls or warrants. It shall be the duty of 
the sheriff or county treasurer, as county collector, to advertise, and at 
such term of the court as may be directed by the legislative authority 



40 ASSESSMENTS. 



of such city, town or village, to apply for judgment, and when judgment 
is obtained, to sell or offer for sale such delinquent real estate, in the 
manner that real estate delinquent for state and county taxes is dis- 
posed of under the laws of this state, in force and then applicable to the 
county in which such real estate is situated; but it shall not be required 
that the dates fixed by such laws shall be observed, with respect to the 
returns required to be made to the sheriff or county treasurer as county 
collector, under this act. But the relative times fixed and determined 
by said laws for the advertisement, judgment, sale and redemption for 
state and county taxes shall be observed in all proceedings under this 
act, unless otherwise in this act provided. 

§ 3. The amount of any tax heretofore assessed or due on any real 
estate for any prior year or years, and remaining unpaid for any cause 
whatever, together with a list of the real estate upon which the same 
shall have been levied, may be returned to the sheriff or county trea- 
surer by the collector making the return provided in section 2 nereof, 
at the same time that he makes such return ; and where any rolls or 
warrants for the collection of any such taxes for any prior year or years 
shall have been destroyed, by fire or otherwise, such collector shall 
make his return as to the said real estate upon which such taxes assessed 
for such prior year or years remain unpaid, and the taxes unpaid there- 
on, from the best information that he can obtain. And all the pro- 
visions of this act, relating to the taxes mentioned in said section 2, 
the return and the collection thereof, shall apply to the taxes authorized 
to be returned by this section. 

§ 4. The county treasurers or sheriffs, as county collectors, upon any 
return being made to them under this act, shall have all the powers and 
perform all the duties in regard to the collection of the taxes so returned, 
the advertisement thereof, the application for judgment and order of 
sale on the delinquent property so returned and making sale thereof, 
and in all other matters pertaining to such taxes, as such county col- 
lectors have as collectors of state and county taxes in their respective 
counties, and the county court shall have like jurisdiction as in case of 
state and county taxes. 

§ 5. All payments of delinquent taxes, after such returns, shall be 
made to the county treasurer or sheriff at his office; and said county col- 
lectors shall collect and enforce the payment of all taxes for municipal 
or other purposes, when a return thereof shall have been made by them 
as unpaid, in the same manner as such county collectors may be author- 
ized to collect and enforce the payment of state and county taxes ; and 
county courts shall have jurisdiction to hear any application for judg- 
ments and orders of sale made by any such treasurer or sheriff as county 
collector, to enable him to collect and enforce the payment of taxes 
which may have been returned to him in pursuance of this act ; and such 
courts shall have like powers and like proceedings may be had, as near 
as may be, as by then existing laws shall be provided to be had on ap- 
plication tor judgment and order of sale for state and couuty taxes : 
Provided, however, that in the notices to be given of the intended appli- 
cation for judgment and order of sale, the time when the sale will com- 
mence shall be fixed for the second Monday of the month succeeding the 
month at which such intended application for judgment and order of 
sale is to be made. When the legislative authority of any such city, 
town or village shall direct that the application for judgment and order 
of sale G r such taxes shall be made at the same time that the next 



ASSESSMENTS. 47 



application shall be made in such county for tbe judgment and order of 
sale for state and county taxes, the notices or advertisements, judgments 
and orders of sale and other proceedings may have separate headings 
indicating the lots or tracts of land taxed or assessed and the amount of 
tbe municipal taxes aud costs against such lot or tract of land. If from 
any defect in the proceedings, or for any other cause, judgment and or- 
der of sale cannot be obtained for tbe whole or any part of the munici- 
pal taxes so returned, new proceedings may be had under this act for so 
much as judgment and order of sale was not obtained for, to be collected 
with the next annual taxes of such city, town or village. Tbe statement 
in writing (or return) made to any county treasurer or sheriff as county 
collector, under this act, shall, on the application for judgment and or- 
der of sale, be prima facie evidence that all the requirements of the law 
have been complied with iu tbe assessing and levying the taxes therein 
returned as unpaid, aud in tbe making of such "return;" and also shall, 
in such application for judgment and order of sale, be prima facie evi- 
dence that the taxes aud assessments therein returned as unpaid, are 
due and unpaid. 

§ 6. Tbe county treasurers or sheriffs, as county collectors of the sev- 
eral counties, having received a "return "of any unpaid taxes under this 
act, shall keep a true account of all moneys by them collected on account 
thereof; and shall, as often as once in each month, and as often as once 
a week, if demanded, pay over the amounts collected to the municipality 
or other authorities or persons entitled to receive the same ; and upon 
sale having been made of such delinquent lands or lots, shall immediately 
make a final settlement, aud pay over to the proper officers, authorities 
or persons the full amount that shall then be in his hands, less his fees, 
which shall be the same as provided by law for the collection ot state 
and county taxes by such officer. All the provisions of said act entitled 
"An act for the assessment of property, and for the levy and collection 
of taxes," in force July 1, 1872, as to the manner of conducting the sale, 
the issuance of certificates of purchase, the redemption from sale and the 
issuance of deeds upon such certificates, as to the state and county taxes, 
shall apply to aud be in force as to the taxes returned under the pro- 
visions of this act. 

§ 7. A personal action may be had, either in debt or assumpsit, by 
the municipal incorporation, either in its own name or by the county 
collector, to the use of such municipal incorporation, for any taxes on 
real or personal property, for the amount of the taxes levied thereon by 
such municipal incorporation, prior to the year A. D. 1873. And upon 
the trial of such action, a certified copy of so much of the warrant is- 
sued by authority of any such city, town or village, as describes the pro- 
perty upon which such tax was levied, and the amount of such tax and 
to whom assessed, together with the certificate of the officer to whom 
such warrant was issued, or his successor in office, that such tax re- 
mains unpaid, or in case of the destruction of any such warrant, a cer- 
tified copy of so much of the assessment roll as describes the property 
assessed, and shows the valuation thereof and to whom assessed, to- 
gether with a certified copy of the ordinance levying such tax, shall be 
prima facie evidence that such tax is due from the person to whom it is 
assessed and unpaid, and shall be sufficient to authorize judgment against 
the person or persons to whom the same was assessed, to be entered in 
favor of such municipal incorporation for the amount of such tax (and 
interest, if any there shall appear to be due thereon), unless such prima 



48 ASSESSMENTS. 



facie evidence shall be rebutted. In case any such assessment roll, or 
any such warrant does not show to whom the said property was assessed, 
the court shall receive all such evidence as may have a bearing on 
the case, and as may enable the court to determine whether or not the 
defendant is liable for the taxes claimed iu any such action. Upon the 
rendition of judgment, an execution may issue as in case of other per- 
sonal judgments, and may be collected iu the same mauner. 

§ 8. The personal action for the collection of such taxes shall be cu- 
mulative to the remedy hereby provided for their collection by a return 
to the county treasurer or sheriff as county collector, and the lien of such 
taxes on the property assessed shall continue until such taxes are paid 
by sale of the property assessed, or otherwise : Provided, however, there 
shall be but one satisfaction of such taxes; and upon payment of such 
taxes, all proceedings for the collection thereof shall be discontinued ; but 
the court shall have power to adjudge the costs upon such discontinu- 
ance as it may deem just and equitable. 

§ 9. In all judicial proceedings of any kind had under this act, all 
amendments may be made which, by law, could be made in any personal 
action pending in such court, and no assessment of property or charge 
for any of said taxes shall be considered illegal on account of any irreg- 
ularity in the tax list or assessment rolls, or on account of the assess- 
ment rolls or tax lists not having been made, completed or returned 
within the time required by law, or on account of the property having 
been charged or listed in the assessment or tax list without name, or in 
any other name than that of the rightful owner; and no error or infor- 
mality in the proceedings of any of the officers connected with the as- 
sessment, levying or collecting of the taxes, not affecting the substantial 
justice of the tax itself, shall vitiate or in any manner affect the tax, or 
the assessment thereof; and any irregularity or informality in the as- 
sessment rolls or tax lists, or in any of the proceedings connected with 
the assessment or levy of such taxes, or any omission or defective act 
of any officer or officers connected with the assessment or levying of 
such taxes, may be in the discretion of the court corrected, supplied and 
made to conform to law by the court, or by the person (in the presence 
of the court) from whose neglect or default the same was occasioned. 

§ 10. Writs of error may be prosecuted to the supreme court as now 
provided by law, on judgments or orders of county courts, in any such 
proceedings, subject to the conditions hereinafter contained, in case 
such writ of error is to operate as a supersedeas ; and appeals shall also 
be allowed to the supreme court (and not elsewhere) as now provided 
by law, in like cases, to the circuit court, from any judgment or order of 
sale made by any county court respecting any property returned as 
delinquent, under the provisions of this act; but no appeal shall be 
allowed, nor shall a writ of error operate as a supersedeas to the defend- 
ant in any such proceeding:;, unless he shall, before taking such appeal, 
or suing out such writ of error, deposit with the county collector an 
amount of money equal to the amount of the judgment and costs, to be 
applied as hereinafter provided, and give bond with security conditioned 
for the payment of all costs and damages that may be sustained by 
reason of such appeal or writ of error, such bond to run to the People 
of the State of Illinois, for the use of such city, town or village claim- 
ing such taxes ; but upon an appeal by such city, town or village, no 
bond shall be required. If the judgment of such county court shall be 
affirmed, in whole or in part, it shall be the duty of the supreme court, 



ASSESSMENTS. 49 



upon such affirmance, to enter judgment for the amount of such taxes, 
with ten per cent, damages added thereto ; and the supreme court shall 
make order that the amount so deposited with the collector, as afore- 
said, or so much thereof as may be needed, shall be credited upon the 
judgment so rendered, and execution may issue for the balance of said 
judgment, damages and costs. The clerk of the supreme court shall 
transmit to said collector a certified copy of the order or affirmance ; 
and it shall be the duty of said collector, upon receiving such order, to 
apply so much of the amount deposited with him by the defendant as 
shall be necessary to satisfy the amount for which judgment shall have 
been rendered in the supreme court, and shall account for the same as 
though such taxes had been paid by the defendant in discharge of the 
judgment. If the judgment of such county court shall be reversed, 
and the cause remanded, the county court shall have power to rehear 
such cause, and shall have all such powers upon such rehearing as is 
provided in section nine (9) of this act. Should the judgment, upon 
such rehearing, be against the defendant for the amount of said taxes 
claimed to be due, or any part thereof, and the same be not appealed 
from, or a writ of error be not prosecuted with supersedeas thereon, as 
provided by this act, the court shall cause to be certified to said collec- 
tor the amount of such judgment, and thereupon the county court shall 
order said judgment to be credited with the amount of such deposit in 
the hands of said collector, or so much thereof as will satisfy said judg- 
ment, and the collector shall charge himself with the amount so certi- 
fied to him as taxes collected under said judgment, out of the deposit 
aforesaid : Provided, that nothing herein shall be construed as requiring 
the defendant to make an additional deposit in case of more than one 
appeal or writ of error being prosecuted in such proceedings. If, upon 
final hearing, it shall be adjudged that said taxes, or any part thereof, 
are not due and owing from the defendant, it shall be the duty of the 
collector to pay over to the defendant the amount of money so deposited, 
or such part thereof as shall remain after satisfying the judgment to 
the extent it shall be found against the defendant. 

§ 11. When the proper authorities of any incorporated city, town or 
village shall have certified to the county clerk the several amounts, or 
the amount which such city, town or village required to be raised by 
taxation in pursuance of section one hundred and twenty-two (122) of 
said "Act for the assessment of propert}-, and for the levy and collec- 
tion of taxes," in force July 1, 1872, and the amount or amounts so cer- 
tified shall have required or shall require such county clerk, in pursuance 
of the provisions of said act, to extend upon the proper valuation of 
property in such city, town or village, a rate per cent, which is or will 
be in excess of the rate per cent, of taxation limited by the charter of 
any such city, town or village, such certificate of the amounts or 
amount required, so made, and the rate per cent, and tax so extended, 
or so to be extended by such county clerk, shall be as legal and valid to 
all intents and purposes as if the charter of such city, town or village 
contained no limitation or restriction -as to the rate per cent, of taxa- 
tion. 

§ 12. The provisions of this act shall be applicable to all taxes or 
water assessments levied under the provisions of the charter of any 
such incorporated city, town or village. 

§ 13. It being important that the incorporated cities, towns and vil- 
lages in this state should receive their revenues, to be derived from 
—6 



50 ASSESSMENTS. 

taxation, at as early date as practicable, an emergency has arisen re- 
quiring this act to take effect immediately : therefore, this act shall be 
in force from and after its passage. 
Approved March 28, 1873. 



§ 1. Extend time for the collection of taxes of I § 2. ■ When it shall cease to be in force. 
1872. In force January 22, 1873. 

AN ACT extending the time for the collection of the taxes on the assessments for the 
year A. D. 1872, and delinquent and omitted taxes on the assessment hooks for 
said year. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That sections 169, 239 and 241, of "An 
act for the assessment of property, and for the levy and collection of 
taxes," approved March 30, 1872, which said numbered sections read as 
follows : 

" § 169. Town and district collectors shall return the tax books and 
make final settlement for the amount of taxes placed in their hands for 
collection, on or before the first day of February next after receiving 
the tax book : Provided, that the county collector may first notify, in 
writing, the several town or district collectors upon what day, within 
twenty days after the first day of February, they shall appear at his 
office to make final settlement." 

"§ 239. On or before the twenty-eighth day of February, annually, 
after he has made settlement with town or district collectors, the county 
collector shall make a sworn statement, showing the total amounts of 
each kind of tax received by him from town and district collectors, and 
the total amount of each collected by himself, which statement shall be 
filed in the office of the county clerk." 

"§ 241. The county collector shall, on or before the fifth day of March 
following, pay over to the state treasurer the taxes in his hands payable 
to the state treasury, as shown by such settlement." 

Shall, to the extent and only so far as the same apply to taxes levied 
on the assessment of property for the year 1872, or to other taxes re- 
quired by law to be extended on the tax books with the taxes of said 
year 1872, be held and are hereby made to read as follows : 

"§ 169. Town and district collectors shall return the tax books, and 
make final settlement for the amount of taxes placed in their hands for 
collection, on or before the tenth day of March, A. D. 1873 : Provided, 
that the county collector may first notify, in writing, the several town 
or district collectors upon what day, within twenty days after the tenth 
day of March, they shall appear at his office to make final settle- 
ment." 

"§ 239. On or before the tenth day of April, A. D. 1873, after he has 
made settlement with the town or district collectors, the county collec- 
tors shall make a sworn statement, showing the total amounts of each 
kind of tax received by him from town and district collectors, and the 
total amount of each collected by himself — which statement shall be 
filed in the office of the county clerk." 

"§ 241. The county collector shall, on or before the fifteenth day of 
April, A. D. 1873, pay over to the state treasurer the taxes in his hands 
payable to the state treasury, as shown by such settlement." 



ASSESSMENTS. 51 



§ 2. On and after the sixteenth day of April, A. D. 1873, this act 
shall cease to be in force and effect, saving, however, all liabilities in- 
curred thereunder ; and thereafter sections one hundred and sixty-nine 
(169), two hundred and thirty-nine (239), and two hundred and forty- 
one (241), as first recited in section one of this act, and as they appear 
and read in the act of March 30, 1872, the title of which is given in the 
title and section one of this act, shall remain in full force and effect, 
the same as if this act had never been passed. 

Whereas, the benefit of this act aud the relief hereby intended to be 
afforded to tax payers will be lost unless it takes immediate effect, 
wherefore an emergency exists, requiring that it shall so take effect : 
therefore this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved January 22, 1873. 



§ 1. Amend an act for the assessment of prop- 
erty and the levy and collection of tax- 
es. Approved March 30, 1873 ; in force 
July 1, 1872. 



§ 2. Amended sections to be incorporated in 
and printed therewith. 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT to amend sections sixty-six (66), six hundred and twenty-two (122), one 
hundred and thirty-seven (137), one hundred and fifty-five (155), one hundred and 
sixty four (164), one hundred and sixty-nine (169), one hundred and seventy-seven 
(177), one hundred and seventy-eight (178), one hundred and eighty-two (182), one 
hundred and eighty-five (185), one hundred and ninety-one (191), one hundred and 
' ninety-two (192), one hundred and ninety-three (193), two hundred and twelve (212), 
two hundred and twenty (220), two hundred and twenty-one (221), two hundred and 
thirtj'-nine (239), two hundred and forty-one (241), two hundred and forty-seven 
(247), two hundred and seventy-seven (277), of "An act for the assessment of prop- 
erty, and the levy and collection of taxes," approved March 30, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That sections sixty-six (06), one hundred 
and twenty-two (122), one hundred and thirty-seven (137), one hundred 
and fifty-five (155), one hundred and sixty-four (104), one hundred and 
sixty nine (169), one hundred and seventy seven (177), one hundred and 
seventy-eight (178), one hundred and eighty-two (182), one hundred and 
eighty-five (185), one hundred and ninety-one (191), one hundred and 
niuety-two (192), one hundred and ninety-three (193), two hundred and 
twelve (212), two hundred and twenty (220), two hundred and twenty- 
one (221), two hundred and thirty -nine (1239), two hundred and forty-one 
(241), two hundred and forty-seven (247). and two hundred and seventy- 
seven (277), of the act aforesaid, be amended so as to read as follows : 

§ 06. The county clerk shall make up for the several towns or dis- 
tricts in his county, in books to be provided for that purpose, the lists of 
lands and lots to be assessed for taxes. When a whole section, half 
section, quarter section, or half-quarter section, belongs to one owner, it 
shall, at the request of the owner or his agent, be listed as one tract, 
and when all lots in the same block belong to one owner, they shall, at 
the request of the owner or his agent, be listed as a block. When sev- 
eral adjoining lots in the same block belong to the same owner, they 
shall, at the request of the owner or his agent, be included in one des- 
cription : Provided, that when any tract or parcel of real estate is situa- 



52 ASSESSMENTS. 



ted in more than one town, or in more than one school, road or other 
district, the portion thereof in each town or district shall be listed sepa- 
rately. Said clerk shall enter in the proper column, opposite the re- 
spective tracts or lots, the name of the owners thereof, so far as he shall 
be able to ascertain the same. Said books shall contain columns in 
which may be shown the number of acres, or lots improved, and the 
value thereof; the number of acres or lots not improved, and the value 
thereof; the total value; and such other columns as may be required. 

§ 122. The proper authorities of towns, townships, districts, and in- 
corporated cities, towns and villages, collecting taxes under the provi- 
sions of this act, shall annually, on or before the second Tuesday in 
August, certify to the county clerk the several amounts which they sev- 
erally require to be raised by taxation, anything in their respective 
charters, or in acts heretofore passed by the general assembly of this 
state, to the contrary notwithstanding. 

§ 137. In all cases the warrant shall authorize the town or district 
collector, in case any person named in such collector's book shall neglect 
or refuse to pay his personal property tax, to levy the same by distress 
and sale of the goods and cbattles of such person ; and it shall require 
all payments therein specified to be made by such town or district col- 
lector on or before the tenth day of March next ensuing. 

§ 155. Every town collector, upon receiving the tax book or books, 
shall proceed to collect the taxes therein mentioned, and for that purpose 
shall call at least once on the person taxed, or at his place of residence 
or business, if in the town of such collector, and shall demand payment 
of the taxes charged to him on his property : Provided, that in counties 
not under township organization, it shall be the duty of the collector to 
give notice, in a newspaper published in the county, if any such news- 
paper there be, stating when and where he will attend in each precinct, 
for the purpose of receiving taxes, and also by causing written or printed 
notices to be posted in three of the most public places in each precinct, 
stating the time when, and the place where, he will be in such precinct, 
for the purpose of collecting the taxes therein ; which said notices shall 
be published or posted at least ten days before the time fixed for the col- 
lection of such taxes, and said notices shall be deemed a sufficient de- 
mand for said taxes. 

§ 164. Town and district collectors shall, every thirty days, when re- 
quired so to do by the proper authorities of incorporated towns, cities 
and villages, road and school districts, for which any tax is collected, 
render to said authorities a statement of the amount of each kind of tax 
collected for the same, and at the same time pay over to such authorities 
the amount so shown to be collected. 

§ 169. Town and district collectors shall return the tax books, and 
make final settlement for the amount of taxes placed in their hands for 
collection, on or before the tenth day of March next after receiving the 
tax book : Provided, that the county collector may first notify, in writing, 
the several town or district collectors upon what day, within twenty 
days after after the tenth day of March, they shall appear at his office 
to make final settlement. 

§ 177. All real estate upon which taxes remain due and unpaid on 
the tenth day of March annually, or at the time the town or district col- 
lector makes return of his books to the county collector, shall be deemed 
delinquent. 






ASSESSMENTS. . 53 



§ 178. When any special assessment made by any city, town or vil- 
lage, pursuant to its charter, or by any corporate authorities, commis- 
sioners or persons, pursuant to law, remain unpaid in whole or in part, 
return thereof shall be made to the count}" collector on or before the 
tenth day of March next after the same shall have become payable, in 
like forms as returns are made for delinquent laud tax. County collect 
ors shall collect, account for, and pay over the same to the authorities 
or persons having authority to receive the same, in like manner as they 
are required to collect, account for and pay over taxes. The county col- 
lector may, upon return of delinquent special assessment to him, trans- 
fer the amounts thereof from such returns to the tax books in his hands, 
setting down therein, opposite the respective tracts, or lots, in proper 
columns to be prepared for that purpose, the amounts assessed against 
such tract or lot. 

§ 182. At any time after the first day of April next after such delin- 
quent taxes and special assessments on lands and lots shall become due, 
the collector shall publish an advertisement, giving notice of the inten- 
ded application for judgment for sale of such delinquent lands and lots, 
in a newspaper published in his county, if any such there be, and if 
there be no such paper printed in his county, then in the nearest news- 
paper iu this state to the county seat of such county. Said advertise- 
ment shall be once published at least three weeks previous to the term 
of the county court at which judgment is prayed, and shall contain a 
list of the delinquent lands and lots upon which the taxes or special as- 
sessments remain due and unpaid, the names of owners, if known, the 
total amount due thereon, and the year or years for which the same are 
due. Said collector shall give notice that he will apply to the county 

court, at the term thereof, for judgment against said lands and lots 

for said taxes, special assessments, interest aud costs, and for an order 
to sell said lauds and lots for the satisfaction thereof; and shall also 

give notice that, on the Monday next succeeding the day fixed 

by law for the commencement of such term of the said county court, all 
the lands and lots for the sale of which an order shall be made, will be 
exposed to public sale at the building where the couuty court is held in 
said couuty, for the amount of taxes, special assessments, interest and 
costs due thereon ; and the advertisement published according to the 
provisions of this section shall be deemed to be sufficient notice of the 
intended application for judgment and of the sale of lands and lots 
under the order of said court. Where the publisher of any paper that 
may have been selected by the collector shall be unable or unwilling to 
publish such advertisement, the collector shall select some other news- 
paper, having due regard to the, circulation of such paper. 

§ 185. All applications for judgment and order of sale for taxes and 
special assessments on delinquent lands and lots, shall be made at the 
May term of the county court. If, for any cause, the court shall not 
be holden at the term at which judgment is prayed, the cause shall stand 
continued ; and it shall not be necessary to re-advertise the list or notice 
required by law to be advertised, before judgment and sale, but at the 
next regular term thereafter the court shall hear and determine the 
matter; and if judgment is rendered, the sale shall be made on the 
Monday specified in the notice, as provided in section 182 — such 
Monday to be fixed by the county collector in the notice. If, for any 
cause, the collector is prevented from advertising aud obtaining judg- 
ment at said term, it shall be held to be legal to obtain judgment at 



54 ASSESSMENTS. 



any subsequent term of said court : but if the failure arises by the 
count}* collector's not complying with any of the requirements of 
this act, he shall be held ou his official bond, for the full amount 
of all taxes and special assessments charged against him : Provided, 
that any such failure on the part of the county collector shall not be 
allowed as a valid objection to the collection of any tax or assessment, 
or to a rendition of judgment against any delinquent lands and lots, 
included in the application of the county collector : And, provided, 
further, that'on the application for judgment, at such subsequent term, 
it shall not be deemed necessary to set forth or establish the reasons of 
such failure. 

§ 191. The court shall examine said list, and if defense (specifying 
in -writing, the particular cause of objection) be offered by any person 
interested in any of said lands or lots, to the entry of judgment 
against the same, the court shall hear and determine the matter in a 
summary manner, without pleadings, and shall pronounce judgment as 
the right of the case may be. The court shall give judgment for such 
taxes and special assessments and penalties as shall appear to be due, 
and such judgment shall be considered as a several judgment against 
each tract or lot, or part of a tract or lot, for each kind of tax or special 
assessment included therein; and the court shall direct the clerk to 
make out and enter an order for the sale of such real property against 
which judgment is given, which shall be substantially in the following 
form: 

Whereas due notice has been given of the intended application for a judgment against said lands 
and lots, and no sufficient defense having been made, or cause shown, why judgment should not be 
entered against said lands and lots, for the taxes, (special assessments, if any.) interest, penalties and 
costs due and unpaid thereon for the year or years herein set forth, therefore it is considered by the 
court that judgment be and is hereby entered against the aforesaid tract or tracts, or lots of laud, or 
parts of tracts or lots, as the case may be, in favor of the People of the State of Illinois, for the sum 
annexed to each, being the amount of taxes, (and special assessments, if any,) interest, penalties and 
costs due severally thereon ; and it is ordered by the court that the said several tracts or lots of land, 
or so much of each of them as shall he sufficient to satisfy the amount of taxes, (and special assess- 
ments, if any,) interest, penalties and costs annexed to them severally, be sold as the law directs. 

Said order shall be signed by the judge. In all judicial proceedings 
of any kind, for the collection of taxes and special assessments, all 
amendments may be made which, by law, could be made in any per- 
sonal action pending in such court, and no assessment of property or 
charge for any of said taxes shall be considered illegal on account of 
any irregularity in the tax lists or assessment rolls, or on account of the 
assessment rolls or tax lists not having been made, completed or re- 
turned within the time required by law, or ou account of the property 
having been charged or listed in the assessment or tax list without 
name, or in any other name than that of the rightful owner; and no 
error or informality in the proceedings of any of the officers connected 
with the assessment, levying or collecting of the taxes, not affecting the 
substantial justice of the tax itself, shall vitiate or in any manner affect 
the tax or the assessment thereof; and any irregularity or informality 
in the assessment rolls or tax lists, or in any of the proceedings con- 
nected with the assessment or levy of such taxes, or any omission or 
defective act of any officer or officers connected with the assessment or 
levying of such taxes, may be in the discretion of the court corrected, 
supplied and made to conform to law by the court, or by the person, in 
the presence of the court, from whose neglect or default the same was 
occasioned. 

§ 192. Appeals from the judgment of the court may be taken during 
the same term to the circuit court of the county, on the party praying 



ASSESSMENTS. 



the appeal executing a bond to the People of the State of Illinois, with 
two or more sureties, to be approved by the court, in double the amount 
of the judgment, conditioned that the appellant will prosecute his said 
appeal with effect, and will pay the amount of any tax, assessment and 
costs which the circuit court on the trial of the appeal may render 
against any real estate embraced in such appeal. The county board or ' 
proper authorities of any city, village or town, or other authority or 
person to whom any tax or assessment is payable, may, in like case, 
appeal to the circuit court without giving bond. 

§ 193. If judgment shall be rendered against any particular lot, 
piece, parcel or tract of land embraced in such appeal, it shall be the 
duty of the clerk of said circuit court, in all cases of appeal, to make 
and deliver to the county clerk a record of the lauds and lots against 
which judgment is rendered, substantially as is provided for county 
clerks, in section 194 of this act ; which record, when filed in the oftice 
of said county clerk, shall be the process on which such real estate, or 
any interest therein, shall be sold for such taxes or assessments, as well 
as the record for the sale thereof, and it shall be the duty of the county 
collector, assisted by the county clerk, to proceed and sell the same, ' 
for the amount of such judgment and costs, in the manner provided 
where judgment is rendered by the county court against delinquent 
real estate. The collector shall publish a general notice of such sale, 
in a newspaper published in his county, if auy such there be, and if 
there be no such paper published in his county, then in the nearest 
newspaper published in the state to the county seat of such county — 
said notice to be so published once in such newspaper, at least three 
weeks previous to the day fixed for such sale. Upon the dismissal of 
any appeal, and upon filing in the office of the county clerk a certified 
copy of the order of such dismissal, the county clerk shall make a record 
of the lands and real estate embraced in the appeal, which shall be the 
process on which such real estate embraced in such appeal shall be sold; 
and it shall be the duty of the county collector to proceed to sell the 
same in the manuer provided hereinbefore in cases of judgment being 
rendered against real estate by the circuit court on the trial of an ap- 
peal, and all the provisions of law shall apply to such sale, as in other 
cases. 

§ 220. When any person shall hold more than one certificate of pur- 
chase at the same sale, and for the same year's tax or special assess- 
ment, the clerk shall, ou the request of the holder of such certificate, 
include as many tracts or lots described therein in the deed of convey- 
ance as such person may desire, and for which deed the county clerk 
shall have a fee of fifty cents for each certificate embraced therein : 
Provided, that no greater fee than $3 shall be charged upon any one 
deed. 

§ 221. The deed so made by the county clerk under the official seal 
of his office shall be recorded in the same manner as other conveyances 
of real estate, and shall vest in the grantee, his heirs and assigus, the 
title of the property therein described without further acknowledgment 
or evidence of such conveyance, and said conveyance shall be substan- 
tially in the following form : 

State of Illinois, I 
County, S ss - 

Whereas, at a public sale of real estate for the non-payment of taxes, made in the county aforesaid, 

on the... day of A. D. 18.., the following described real estate was sold, to-wit: (here place 

description of real estate conveyed); and whereas, the same not having been redeemed from said sale, 



56 ASSESSMENTS. 



and it appearing that the holder of the certificate of purchase of said real estate has complied -with the 
laws of the -State of Illinois necessary to entitle (insert trim, her or them) to a deed of said real estate: 

Now, therefore, know ye, that I, county clerk of said county of , in consideration of 

the premises and by virtue of the statutes of the State of Illinois in such cases provided, do hereby 

grant and convey uuto his heirs and assigns forever, the said real estate hereinbefore described, 

subject, however, to any redemption provided by law. 

Given under my hand and the seal of our court this day of A. I). 18. . 

County Clerk. 

§ 212. The books and records belonging to the office of the county 
clerk, or copies thereof, certified by said clerk, shall be deemed prima 
facie evidence to prove the sale of any land or lot for taxes or special 
assessments, the redemption of the same, or paymeut of taxes or special 
assessments thereon. The county clerk shall, at expiration of his 
term of office, pay over to his successor in office all moneys in his hands 
received for redemption from sale for taxes on real estate. 

§ 239. On or before the teuth day of April, annually, after he has 
made settlement with town or district collectors, the county collector 
shall make a sworn statement, showing the total amounts of each kind 
of tax received by him from town or district collectors, and the total 
amount of each collected by himself — which statement shall be filed in 
the office of the county clerk. 

§ 241. The county collector shall, on or before the fifteenth day of 
April following, pay over to the state treasurer the taxes in his hands, 
payable to the state treasury, as shown by the statement required by 
section 239 of this act. 

FINAL, SETTLEMENT OF THE COUNTY COLLECTOR FOE, STATE TAXES. 

§ 247. The county clerk shall make out and deliver to the county 
collector, as soon as adjustment is made with the county board or county 
clerk, annually, the statements, certificates and lists appertaining to the 
settlement of the accounts of such collector; which statement, certifi- 
cates and lists shall be made out in proper form, under his seal of office, 
on blanks which it is hereby made the duty of [the] auditor to furnish, 
annually, for that purpose. The collector shall deliver the same at the 
office of the auditor, and make a final settlement of his accounts, and 
pay the amount due the state into the state treasury on or before the 
first day of July next after receiving the tax books: Provided, that in 
all cases where the statements, certificates and lists appertaining to the 
final settlement of a collector are on file with the auditor, on or before 
the first day of July, the auditor shall not charge interest on the bal- 
ance found due on the account of such collector, for fifteen days after 
mailing said auditor's statement showing balance due the statue on such 
collector's account : Provided, further, that this section shall not be held 
to relieve any collector from the payment of interest charged on his 
account by reason of failure to make payment to the state, at other time 
or times, as required by this or any other act of the general assembly 
of this state. 

§ 277. If the tax or assessment on property liable to taxation is pre- 
vented from being collected for any year or years, by reason of any 
erroneous proceeding or other cause, the amount of such tax or assess- 
ment which such property should have paid may be added to the tax on 
such property for any subsequent year, in separate columns, designating 
the year or years. 

§ 2. The sections of the act entitled "An act for the assessment of 
property, and for the levy and collection of taxes," approved March 30, 



ASSESSMENTS. 57 



1872, as amended in section 1 of this act, shall in all subsequent pub- 
lications of said act of March 30, 1872, be incorporated in and printed 
therewith, the same as if the sections amended in section 1 of this act 
were the original sections of said act of March 30, 1872. 
Approved May 3, 1873. 



§ 1. Amend sec. 92 of the law of 1872. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section 92 of an act entitled "An act for the assessment of prop- 
erty and for the levy and collection of taxes," approved March 30, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 92 of an act entitled u An act 
for the assessment of property and for the levy and collection of taxes," 
approved March 30, 1872, be amended to read as follows : 

u § 92. The several assessment books shall be filed in the office of 
the county clerk, and there remain open to the inspection of all persons: 
Provided, that the county clerk shall, in the month of April, deliver to 
the town clerks of the several towns in the county, the assessment 
books of their respective towns for the previous year, such books to be 
returned by the town clerks to the county clerk's office before the 1st of 
July of the same year.' 7 

Approved March 30, 1874. 



§ 1. Amending sections 259, 260, 261 and 262, law of 1872. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act for the assessment of property, and for the 
levy and collection of taxes," approved March 30, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That sections 259, 2.60, 201 and 262, of an 
act entitled "An act for the assessment of property, and for the levy 
and collection of taxes," approved March 30, 1872, be amended so as to 
read as follows : 

" § 259. Upon the failure of any collector to make settlement with 
the auditor, or to pay money into the state treasury, it shall be the duty 
of the auditor to sue the collector and his sureties upon the bond of 
such collector, or to sue the collector in such form as may be necessary, 
and take all such proceedings, either upon such bond or otherwise, as 
may be necessary to protect the interests of the state." 

" § 260. When suit is instituted in behalf of the state, it may be in 
either division of the supreme court, or in the Sangamon county circuit 
court, or in any court of record in this state having jurisdiction of the 
amount ; and process may be directed to any county in the state. In 
any proceeding against any officer or person whose duty it is to collect, 
receive, settle for or pay over any of the revenues of the state, whethei 
the proceeding be by suit on the bond of such officer or person, or oth- 
erwise, the court in which such proceeding is pending shall have power, 

—7 



58 



ASSESSMENTS. 



in a summary way, to compel such officer or person to exhibit, on oath, 
a full and fair statement of all moneys by him collected or received, or 
which ought to be settled for or paid over, and to disclose all such mat- 
ters and things as may be necessary to a full understanding of the case; 
and the court may, upon hearing, give judgment for such sum or sums 
of money as such officer or person is liable in law or equity to pay. And 
if in a suit upon the bond of any such officer or person he or bis sure- 
ties, or any of them, shall not for any reason be liable upon the bond, 
the court may, nevertheless, give judgment against such officer or per- 
son, or against such officer and such of his sureties as are liable for the 
amount lie or they may be liable to pay, without regard to the form of 
the action or pleadings." 

'' § 2G1. When suit has been instituted by the auditor, any party 
aggrieved may proceed under the judgment obtained (upon the bond,) 
by writ of inquiry of damages, as in other cases upon bonds." 

u § '262. Cities, towns, villages or corporate authorities, or persons 
aggrieved, may prosecute suit against any collector or other officer col- 
lecting or receiving funds for their use, by suit upon the bond, in the 
name of the People of the State of Illinois, for their use, in any court 
of competent jurisdiction, whether the bond has been put in suit at the 
instance of the auditor or not; and in case of judgment thereon the 
auditor may, if he shall so elect, have a writ of inquiry of damages for 
any amount that may be due to the state treasury from such officer. 
Cities, towns, villages, and other corporate authorities or persons, shall 
have the same rights in any suits or proceedings in their behalf as is 
provided in case of suits by or in behalf of the state." 

Approved March 24, 1874. 



$ 1. City council authorized to appoint a collec- 
tor of taxes. 
§ 2. Term of office one year. 



§ 3. May extend time for the collection of taxes. 
In force March 5, 1873. 



AN ACT to provide for the collection of revenue, and for the sale of real estate for 
non-payment of taxes for state, county, municipal or other purposes, for the year 
A. D. 1872, in cities situated in counties under township organization, in which no 
collector of taxes is now provided for by law. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That in all cities in this state, situated 
in counties under township organization, in which neither a township or 
city collector is now provided for by law, the city council of such city is 
hereby authorized and required to appoint a collector of taxes, within 
and for such city, and when appointed and duly qualified, shall possess 
all the powers, and perform the same duties within such city, as are 
required to be performed by town or district collectors, under the gen- 
eral revenue laws of this state, and shall be entitled to receive the same 
compensation as is now allowed town or district collectors. All the 
provisions of the general revenue laws of this state shall be applicable 
to such collector, with like effect as to town or district collectors, except 
so far as is expressly provided in this act. Any collector so appointed 
may be removed by the city council of the city making the appointment. 



ASSESSMENTS. 59 



§ 2. Such collector so appointed shall hold his office for one year, 
unless his successor is sooner appointed by said city council under this 
act, or elected pursuant to law. Before such collector shall enter upon 
his duties, he shall take an oath of office, and give bonds, as nearly as 
may be, as is now required of town and district collectors, in section 
133 of an act entitled "An act for the assessment of property and for 
the levy and collection of taxes," approved March 30, 1872. Such bonds 
shall be approved by the city council appointing said collector, and shall 
be recorded in the office of the recorder of deeds of the county in which 
said city is situated, and said bond shall then be filed with the clerk of 
the county court, and such bond, when so recorded, shall be a lien 
against the real estate of such collector, until he shall have complied 
with the conditions thereof. 

§ 3. In case of such appointment by any city council, such city 
council may, in its discretion, when deemed necessary to enable such 
collector to make such collection, extend the time for the collection of 
taxes in such city, for the year 1872, for a period not later than the 
tenth day of May, 1873, of which extension the county collector shall 
be promptly notified by the city clerk. 

§ 4. Whereas there is no provision of law for the collection of state 
and other taxes in the city of Quincy, now extended upon the state tax 
books of said city, for the year A. D. 1872, and until this law shall go 
into effect such taxes cannot be collected, whereby an emergency exists, 
that this law should take immediate effect: therefore, this act shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved March 5, 1873. 



§ 1. Legalize assessments made by cities and towns for the year 1872. In force March 28, 1873. 
AN ACT to legalize the extension of taxes in certain cases. 

Whereas, the proper authorities of some of the cities and incorpo- 
rated towns in this state made their own assessments of property, and 
collected the tax thereon, for the year A. D. 1872, the same being com- 
pleted, in many instances, nearly a year prior to the time when the taxes 
on the state assessment are completed ; and, whereas, an act entitled 
"An act for the assessment of property and for the levy and collection 
of taxes," approved March 30, 1872, requires all taxes to be extended on 
the assessment of property made under said act, it therefore becomes 
necessary that the proper authorities of such cities and towns be per- 
mitted to obtain such revenue as they may require, in order to bring 
their revenue year to conform to the state revenue law ; therefore, 

Section 1 . Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That, in any case, where the proper 
authorities of cities and incorporated towns have certified to the county 
clerk the amount or amounts of revenue by them required, under sec- 
tion (122) one hundred and twenty-two of the state revenue law, and said 
clerk has computed a rate, to produce said amount or amounts, on the 
assessment of property made under the state revenue laws, for the year 
A. D. 1872, and extended the same on said assessment, as provided by the 



60 



ASSESSMENTS. 



(127 and 128) one hundred arid twenty- seventh and one hundred and 
twenty-eighth sections of said state revenue law, the action of said 
authorities and such county clerk is hereby declared legal and valid ; 
and the city and town taxes, so extended, shall be and remain a lien on 
the property against which they are extended, to the same extent as now 
provided in sections (253 to 256) two hundred and fifty-three to two 
hundred and fifty-six, inclusive, of said act. 

§ 2. Whereas the state revenue law in force July 1, 1872, requires 
all taxes to be extended on the assessment of property made under said 
act, therefore an emergency exists that this law should take immediate 
effect : therefore, this act shall take effect and be in force from and after 
its passage. 

Approved March 28, 1873. 



§ 1. Power of assessor and collector. 
§ 2. Transmit an abstract to the auditor of pub- 
lic accounts. 
§ 3. Collector to give bond. 



§ 4. Extending the time for the collection of 
taxes. 
In force February 12, 1874. 



AN ACT in regard to assessors and collectors in certain incorporated cities, and to 
extend the time for the assessment and collection of the county and state taxes 
therein, for the year A. D. 1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That in all incorporated cities in this 
state, situated in counties under township organization, in which no 
township assessor or collector is now provided by law, and in which an 
assessor and collector of taxes for such cities shall have been appointed 
in pursuance of an act entitled "An act in regard to assessors and col- 
lectors of city taxes in incorporated cities," approved April 25, 1873, 
any such assessor and collector shall possess all the powers, and per- 
form the same duties within such city, as are required to be performed 
by town or district collectors under the general revenue law of this 
state, and shall be entitled to receive the same compensation as now 
allowed town or district collectors. All assessments of property made 
for the year A. D. 1873 by such assessor and collector, are hereby de- 
clared to be as legal and valid as if made in strict compliance with the 
requirements of the general revenue law of this state. 

§ 2. Such assessor shall, as soon as possible after the passage of 
this act, return a copy of his assessment books and schedules to the 
county clerk of the county in which such city is situated, as required 
by sections 90 and 91, of an act approved March 30, 1872, entitled 'An 
act for the assessment of property and for the levy and collection of 
taxes f and said county clerk is hereby required to proceed at once, as 
in the case of any assessment made under said act, to correct and perfect 
said books, and make out and transmit to the auditor of public ac- 
counts an abstract of the assessment of property in said city, as re- 
quired by section 98 of said act approved March 30,1872; and the 
auditor of public accounts shall equalize the assessment of such city, 
and complete the assessment of the capital stock of each company^or 
association in such city, and report the rates to be added or deducted 



BAIL,. 61 

from the assessed valuation, and the amounts assessed to such county 
clerk, in the manner provided by law ; and such county clerk is hereby 
required to extend upon the valuation so equalized and assessed, in the 
book or books for the collection of taxes in such city, the full amount 
of taxes required to be collected, on the rates certified by the auditor 
of public accounts, and also the full amount required to be levied and 
collected for county purposes within such city for the year 1873, and 
when completed shall deliver said tax book or books to the collector, 
mentioned in section 1 of this act, as soon as he is qualified as herein- 
after provided. 

§ 3. Such collector, so appointed, shall hold his office for one year, 
unless his successor is sooner appointed by said city council or elected 
pursuant to law. Before such collector shall enter upon his duties, he 
shall take an oath of office, and give bond, as nearly as may be, as is 
now required of town or district collectors in section 133 of an act enti- 
tled "An act for the assessment of property and for the levy and col- 
lection of taxes," approved March 30, 1872. Such bond shall be 
approved by the city council appointing - said collector, and shall be 
recorded in the office of the recorder of deeds of the county in which 
such city is situated ; and said bond shall be filed with the clerk of the 
county court, and when so recorded shall be a lien upon the real estate 
of such collector, until he shall have complied with the conditions 
thereof. 

§ 4. The time for the collection of the state and county and other 
taxes for 1873, in cities mentioned in section 1 of this act, is hereby 
extended to the tenth day of May, A. D. 1874. 

§ 5. Whereas, there is no provision of law for the assessment and 
collection of state and county taxes, in cities mentioned in section 1 of 
this act, for the year A. D. 1873, wherefore an emergency exists, that 
this law should take effect immediately: therefore, this act shall take 
effect and be in force from and after its passsge. 

Approved February 12, 1873. 



BAIL. 



§ 1. Officer to take bail bond — form of bond, In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act concerning bail in civil cases," approved 

January 22, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 4 of an act entitled "An 
act concerning bail in civil cases," approved January 22, 1872, be 
amended so as to read as follows : 

" § 4. Where any writ shall have been issued from any court of re- 
cord in this state, whereon bail is required, the sheriff, or other officer 
to whom the same may be directed, shall take a bail bond to himself, with 
sufficient security, in the sum for which bail is required. And for the 
purpose of avoiding errors in the taking thereof, the condition shall be 
substantially in the following form : 



62 CITIES AND VILLAGES. 

The condition of this obligation is such, that whereas A B has lately sued out of the court 

of the county of a certain writ of capias ad respondendum, in a certain plea of , 

against C D, returnable to the next term of the said court, to be holden at , on the day 

of next : Now, if the said C D shall be ami appear at the said court, to be holden at 

on the day of next, and in case the said E F shall not be received as bail iu the said 

action, shall put in good and sufficient bail, which shall be received by the plaintiff, or shall be ad- 
judged sufficient by the court, or the said E E,' being accepted as bail, shall pay and satisfy the costs 
and condemnation money which may be rendered against the said C D in the plea aforesaid, or surren- 
der the body of C D in execution, in case the said C D shall not pay and satisfy the said costs and con- 
demnation money, or surrender himself in execution, when by law such surrender is required, then 
this obligation to be void : otherwise to remain in full force and effect. 

Which bond, so taken, shall be returned with the writ, on or before 
the first day of the term of the court to which the writ is returnable. 
The officer making an arrest under the provisions of this act, shall give 
to the person arrested reasonable time and opportunity to procure bail, 
before committing such person to the jail. 

Approved February 25, 1874. 



CITIES AND VILLAGES. 






§ 1. Minority representation — term of office. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend sections six (6) and seven (7) of article four (4) of an act entitled 
'•An act to provide for the incorporation of cities and villages," in force July 1, 
1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That sections six (6) and seven (7) of ar- 
ticle four (4) of an act entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation 
of cities and villages," be amended so as to read as follows : 

" § 6. Whenever this act shall be submitted to the qualified electors 
of any city for adoption, there shall be submitted at the same time, for 
adoption or rejection, the question of minority representation in the 
city council or legislative authority of such city. At the said election 
the ballots shall be in the following form : " For minority representa- 
tion in the city council," or "Against minority representation in the 
city council." And at any subsequent time, on petition of the legal 
voters equal in number to one-eighth the number of legal votes cast at 
the next preceding general city election, the city council shall cause the 
question of minority representation to be submitted to the legal voters 
of said city, and the ballots shall be in form as provided in this section 
Provided, that no such question of representation shall be submitted 
more than once in every two years. The judges of such election shall 
make returns thereof to the city council, whose duty it shall be to can- 
vass such returns, and to cause the result of such canvass to be entered 
on the record of such city. If a majority of the votes cast at such 
election shall be " For equal representation in the city council," then 
the members of the city council or legislative authority of such city 
shall be thereafter elected in the following maimer : the council or legis- 
lative authority of such city, at least one month before the general 
election in the year in which this act shall take effect in such city, shall 
apportion such city, by dividing the population thereof, as ascertained 
by the last federal census, by any number not less than two nor more 
than six, and the quotient shall be the ratio of representation in the 



CITIES AND VILLAGES. 63 



city council. Districts shall be formed of contiguous and compact ter- 
ritory, and contain, as nearly as practicable, an equal number of in- 
habitants. 

" § 7. Every such district shall be entitled to three aldermen, who 
shall hold their office for two years, and until their successors shall be 
elected and qualified : Frovided, that those elected at the first election 
from the wards bearing odd numbers, shall only hold their office for 
one year, and until their successors shall be elected and qualified. Va- 
cancies occurring by the expiration of the term shall be filled by the 
election of aldermen for the full term of two years. Vacancies arising 
from any other cause than the expiration of term, shall be filled at an 
election to be held by the voters of the district in which such vacancy shall 
occur, at the time designated by the city council. In all elections for al- 
dermen aforesaid, each qualified voter may cast as many votes as there 
are aldermen to be elected in his district, or may distribute the same, or 
equal parts thereof, among the candidates, as he shall see fit, and the 
candidate highest in votes shall be declared elected." 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



§ 1. Words stricken out. Sections amended. § 2. Emergency. 

I In force March 30, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend sections six (6), seven (7), nine (9), twenty-four (24), twenty-six 
(26), and fifty-three (53), of article nine (9), of an act entitled "An act to proA Lie for 
the incorporation of cities and villages," approved April 10, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That from section six (G), article (9), the 
words "or on due inquiry cannot be found " be stricken out, so that said 
section shall read, when so amended, as follows : 

"§ 6. Upon the filing of the petition aforesaid, a summons, which 
may be made returnable upon any day in term time, shall be issued and 
served upon the persons made parties defendant, as in cases in chancery. 
And in case any of them are unknown, or reside out of this state, the 
clerk of the court, upon an affidavit being filed showing such fact, shall 
cause publication to be made in some newspaper printed in his county, 
or, if there be no newspaper published in his county, then in some news- 
paper published in this state, containing notice of the pendency of such 
proceeding, the parties thereto, the title of the court, and the time and 
place of the return of the summons in the case, and the nature of said 
proceeding 5 such publication to be made for four weeks consecutively, 
at least once in each week, the first of which shall be at least thirty 
days before the return day of such summons. Notices so given by pub- 
lication shall be sufficient to authorize the court to hear and determine 
the suit, as though all parties had been sued by their proper names and 
had been personally served." 

That section seven (7), article nine (9), be amended so that the same, 
as amended, shall read as follows : 

" § 7. Upon the return of said summons, or as soon thereafter as the 
business of the court will permit, the said court shall proceed to the 
hearing of such petition, and shall impannel a jury to ascertain the just 
compensation to be paid to all of such owners and occupants aforesaid; 
but if any defendant or party in interest shall demand, or the court 



64 CITIES AND VILLAGES. 



shall deem it proper, separate juries may be impanneled as to the com- 
pensation or damages to be paid to any one or more of such defendants 
or parties in interest." 

That section nine (9), article nine (9), be amended so it will read, as 
amended, as follows : 

"§ 9. The court may, upon the motion of such city or village, or of 
any person claiming any such compensation, direct that said jury (under 
the charge of an officer of the court) shall view the premises which it is 
claimed by any party to said proceeding will be taken or damaged by 
said improvement, and in any case, where there is no satisfactory evi- 
dence given to the jury as to the ownership of, or as to the extent of 
the interest of any defendant in the property to be taken or damaged, 
the jury may return their verdict as to the compensation or damage to 
be paid for the property or part of property to be taken or damaged, 
and for the entire interests therein." 

That section twenty-four (24), article nine (9), be amended so it will 
read, as amended, as follows : 

"§ 24. It shall be the duty of such commissioners to examine the 
locality where the improvement is proposed to be made, and the lots, 
blocks, tracts and parcels of land that will be specially benefited there- 
by, and to estimates hat proportion of the total cost of such improve- 
ment will be of benefit to the public, and what proportion thereof will 
be of benefit to the property to be benefited; and apportion the same 
between the city or village and such property, so that each shall bear 
its relative equitable proportion ; and having found said amounts, to 
apportion and assess the amount so found to be of benefit to the prop- 
erty upon the several lots, blocks, tracts and parcels of land in the pro- 
portion in which they will be severally benefited by such improvement: 
Provided, that no lot, block, tract or parcel of land shall be assessed a 
greater amount than it will be actually benefited : And, provided, fur- 
ther, that it shall not be necessary for said commissioners to examine 
the locality except where the ordinance provides for the opening, widen- 
ing or improvement of streets and alleys." 

That section twenty-six (26), of article nine (9), be amended so it will 
read, as amended, as follows : 

"§ U6. They shall also make or cause to be made an assessment roll, 
in which shall appear the names of the owners, so far as known, a 
description of each lot, block, tract or parcel of land, and the amount 
assessed as special benefits thereto ; and in which they shall set down 
as against the city or village the amount they shall have found as public 
benefit, and certify such assessment roll to the court by which they were 
appointed, at least ten days before the first day of the term at which a 
final hearing thereon shall be had." 

That section fifty three (53), article nine (9), be amended so it will 
read, as amended, as follows: 

" § 53. Whenever any city or village shall apply to any court for 
the purpose of making just compensation for property taken or dam- 
aged by such proceedings as are authorized by this act, such city or 
village may file in the same proceeding a supplemental petition, praying 
the court to cause that an assessment be made for the purpose of rais- 
ing the amount necessary to pay the compensation and damages which 
may be, or shall have been awarded for the property taken or damaged, 
with the costs of the proceeding. The said court shall have power, at 
any time after such supplemental petition shall have been filed, to ap- 



CITIES AND VILLAGES. 65 



point three commissioners to make such assessment, and to ascertain, 
as near as may be, the costs incurred to the time of such appointment, 
and the probable further costs of the proceedings, including therein the 
estimated cost of making and collecting such assessment, and shall 
direct such costs to be included by said commissioners in making said 
assessment. Like proceedings in making said assessment shall be had, 
and the assessment shall be made, collected and enforced in the same 
manner, as near as may be, as is provided in this article in other cases." 

§ 2. Whereas, it is important that all incorporated cities in this state 
shall have power to proceed with needed improvements at as early a 
date as practicable, an emergency has arisen requiring this act to take 
effect immediately: therefore this act shall be in force from and after its 
passage. 

Appeoved March 30, 1874. 



5 1. Repealing section. i § 2. Amending sections. 

| In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to repeal section 25, and to amend sections 27 and 28 of article 9 of an act 
entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of cities and villages," approved 
April 10, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, rep- 
resented in the General Assembly, That section twenty live (25) of article 
nine [9] of an act entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of 
cities and villages," approved April 10, 1872, be and the same is hereby 
repealed. 

§ 2. That section twenty-seven (27) of article nine (9) of an act en- 
titled "An act to provide for the incorporation of cities and villages," 
approved April 10, 1872, be and the same is hereby amended so as to 
read as follows : 

"§ 27. It shall also be the duty of such commissioners to give notice 
of such assessment, and of the term of court at which a final hearing 
thereon will be had, in the following manner : 

First — They shall send by mail to each owner of premises assessed, 
whose name and place of residence is known to them, a notice, substan- 
tially in the following form : 

Mr Tour (here give a short description of the premises) is assessed | for public improve- 
ment. The assessment roll will be returned to the term of the county court of county. 

(Here give date.) 

Commissioners. 

Second — They shall cause at least ten days' notice to be given, by 
posting notices in at least four public places in such city or village, tw T o 
of which shall be in the neighborhood of such proposed improvement; 
and when a daily newspaper is published in such city or village, by pub- 
lishing'the same at least five successive days in such daily newspaper, 
or if no daily newspaper is published in such city or village, and a 
weekly newspaper is published therein, then at least once in each week, 
for two successive weeks, in such weekly newspaper ; or if no daily or 
weekly newspaper is published in such city or village, then in a news- 
paper published in the county in which such city or village is situated. 



66 CITIES AND VILLAGES. 



The notice may be substantially as follows 



SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE. 

Notice is hereby given to all persons interested, that the city council (or board of trustees, as the 

ease may be,) of having ordered that (here insert the description and nature of improvements 

substantially as in ordinance,) have applied to the county court of. . . . county for an assessment of the 
cost of said improvements, according to benefits: and an assessment thereof having been made and re- 
turned to said court, the Anal hearing thereof will be had at the .... term of said court, commencing 

on the day of , A. D. 18. . All persons desiring may then and there appear and make their 

defense. 



(Here give date.) 

Commissioners. 

And that section twenty-eight (28) of article nine of said act be and 
the same is hereby amended, so as to read as follows : 

"On or before the final hearing-, the affidavit of one or more of the com- 
missioners shall be filed in said court stating that they have sent, or 
caused to be sent by mail, to the owners whose premises have been as- 
sessed and whose name and place of residence are known to them, the 
notice hereinbefore required to be sent by mail to owners of premises 
assessed. They shall also cause to be filed the affidavit of the person 
who shall have posted the notice required by this act to be posted, 
setting forth when and in what manner the same were posted. Such 
affidavits shall be received as prima facie evidence of a compliance with 
this act in regard to giving such notices. They shall also file a certifi- 
cate of publication of said notice in like manner as is required in other 
cases of publication of notices." 

Approved April 25, 1873. 



§ 1. Appropriations, how transferred. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT authorizing towns and cities which hare raised money for a specific pur- 
pose to appropriate the same for other purposes. 

Whereas various towns and cities in this state have levied and col- 
lected taxes for specific purposes ; and whereas, the necessity* for ex- 
pending said money for said specific purposes has ceased to exist, or an 
insufficient amount has been raised ; and whereas, there is no statute 
authorizing the appropriation or use of such money for any other pur- 
pose than that for which the same was raised; therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the several towns and cities of this 
state which have raised money by taxation for a specific purpose, or an 
insufficient amount has been raised, be and they are hereby authorized, 
by vote of the electors thereof, at any regular or special town meeting 
or election to be held therein, after due and legal notice of such town 
meeting or election shall have been given, to appropriate such money 
to such objects or purposes as a majority of the voters voting at such 
town meeting or election may determine. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



CITIES AND VILLAGES. 



67 



§ 1. Portion to be set off. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to set off from incorporated villages certain territory which by the county 
board has been formed into a new town, or part thereof. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That in all cases where a congressional 
township has heretofore been incorporated as a village, under any gene- 
ral or special law of this state, and by action of the county board of 
the county in which such village is situated, a portion of such incorpo- 
rated village has, together with a portion of an adjoining township, 
been formed into a new town prior to the passage of this act, such por- 
tion of any such incorporated village so forming a part of any such 
new town, as aforesaid, shall be, from and after this act takes effect, set 
off from such incorporated village, as aforesaid, and form no part of 
the same. 

Approved March 23, 1874. 



§ 1. Act repealed. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "An act to establish a Board of Fire Engineers 
and to reorganize the Fire Department in the city of Quincy," approved February 
16, 1865, and an act entitled "An act to amend an act entitled ' an act to establish a 
Board of Fire Engineers, and to reorganize the Fire Department in the city of 
Quincy, Illinois,'" approved February 18, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the following acts are hereby re- 
pealed : "An act to establish a board of fire engineers and to reorgan- 
ize the fire department in the city of Quincy," approved February 16, 
1865, and an act entitled 'An act to amend an act entitled 'an act to 
establish a board of fire engineers, and to reorganize the fire depart- 
ment in the city of Quincy, Illinois,' " approved February 18, 1867. 

Approved March 12, 1874. 



§ 1. Towns and villages authorized to sell. 

§ 2. Vote to be taken. 

§ 3. Notice of election. 

§ 4. Certificate of election. 

§ S. Lessees preferred. 



§ 6. Deeds evidence of title. 
§ 7. Application of money. 
§ 8. Officers to have custody of money. 
§ 9. Money converted into bonds. 
In force July 1, 1874. 



AN ACT to enable towns and villages in counties in this State having more than 
forty thousand inhabitants, according to the last Federal census, having commons, 
to dispose of the same. 

Whereas certain towns and villages in this state are possessed of 
commons, being lands derived from ancient grants, which lands were 
leased for long terms of years under various acts of the general assem- 
bly ; and, whereas, it has become necessary, in order to encourage the 
improvement of such lands, and to promote the public welfare, that 
such towns and villages should be authorized to vest, in persons hold- 
ing such commons under such leases, an absolute title to the same : 



68 CITIES AND VILLAGES. 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the several towns and villages in 
this state, in counties having more than forty thousand inhabitants, 
according to the last federal census, owning commons, be and they are 
hereby' empowered and authorized to sell and convey the absolute title 
to the same to the persons holding the same from the proper officer or 
officers of such town or village having" power to make leases of such 
commons, in manner following : 

§ 2. ^No such sale or conveyance shall be made of such commons 
until upon the petition of at least ten (10) lessees thereof, addressed to 
the proper officer or officers of such town or village having power to 
make leases of such commons, nor until the inhabitants of such town 
or village shall, by a vote of such inhabitants, being bona fide residents 
and voters therein for the space of at least one whole year previous to 
the polling of such vote, have determined that they will so dispose of 
such commons. 

§ 3. Whenever the officer or officers of such town or village, having 
by existing laws the power to make leases, shall have been petitioned 
as provided in section two (2) of this act, the said officer or officers shall 
give thirty (30) days' notice of such election, by publication in a news- 
paper of the county in which said town or village is situate, and also 
by notices printed and posted up in at least four of the most public 
places in said town or village, specifying the time and place at which 
the said election shall be held ; and the said officer or officers shall ap- 
point three inhabitants and legal voters of such town and village to act 
as judges of said election: and every such election shall be conducted 
in the manner as they have heretofore been in the election of supervisors 
and school trustees according to law. The vote taken shall be "For sell- 
ing the commons," or "Against selling the commons." Such election 
shall be held at the school house in such town or village. 

§ 4. The result of the election shall be certified by the judges and 
clerks of the election in duplicate, one of which certificates shall be 
filed in the office of the clerk of the county court, and the other filed 
and recorded in the office of the recorder of said county. 

§ 5. If at any such election three-fourths of the votes cast shall be 
in favor of selling such commons, then any person or persons entitled 
to any portion of such commons by virtue of existing leases, shall have 
the right to acquire the fee-simple title to such portion by paying there- 
for to the officer or officers who has or have by law power to make 
leases a sum of money which, at three per cent, per annum, will pro- 
duce annually a sum equal to the rent due yearly, under the lease pro- 
posed to be extinguished by the purchase : Provided, that after the ex- 
piration of two (2) years from and after the holding of such election, 
and the filing for record of the result thereof, the same having been de- 
cided in favor of selling the commons, the said officer or officers shall 
be authorized to dispose of and convey the said fee-simple title to all of 
the commons then unsold for a less sum, to be agreed upon by and be- 
tween such officer or officers and the respective lessee or lessees, but lor 
no less price than a sum which at six per cent, per annum will produce 
annually an amount equal to the yearly rent due for the respective parts 
of such commons to be sold. The sale of such commons may, at the 
option of the purchaser, be for cash, or one fifth cash, and the remain- 
der in four annual installments, bearing interest at eight per cent, per 
annum, payable annually, secured by notes and mortgage on premises 
sold. 



CONTRACTS. 69 



§ 6. All deeds necessary for the purpose of conveying the absolute 
title to commons under this act shall be made by the officer or officers 
now by law authorized to make leases to commons in the respective 
town or village. All such deeds so made shall be prima facie evidence 
of title, and that the provisions of this act have been complied with. 

§ 7. The money arising from such sales shall be applied, after pay- 
ing necessary expenses, to the same purposes that the rents and profits 
derived from leasing the commons have been hitherto applied under au- 
thority of law; but, until otherwise provided by law, only the interest 
shall be thus applied. 

§ 8. The officer or officers authorized by law to lease the commons of 
such town or village shall have the custody of all money derived from 
leasing or selling the same. Such officer or officers shall give bond in 
double the amount of all money that may come into his hands, with 
two or more sureties, to be approved by the county judge of the county 
in which such town or village is situated. Said bond shall be executed 
to the People of the State of Illinois, for the use of the inhabitants of 
such town or village, and be conditioned for the faithful discharge of 
their duties, and accounting for and proper application of all money 
that may come into his or their hands, and such bond may be increased 
from time to time, and additional security given, as required by the 
county judge. 

§ 9. Money derived from such sales may be converted into bonds of 
the United States, or state of Illinois, or other equally good securities, 
or may be loaned on notes secured by mortgage on real estate worth at 
least double the sum loaned. 

Approved March 21, 1874. 



CONTEACTS. 



§ 1. Execution of deed by executor or conservator, etc. In force April 24, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to contracts under seal, and re- 
lating to sales of real estate and the enforcement thereof." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 2 of an act entitled "An 
act in regard to contracts under seal, and relating to sales of real estate 
and the enforcement thereof," approved March 19, 1872, and in force 
July 1, 1872, be amended so as to read as follows : 

"§ 2. When any person, who has heretofore entered, or may hereaf- 
ter enter into any contract, bond or memorandum in writing, to make a 
deed or title to land in this state, for a valuable consideration, and shall 
have died, or become a lunatic or insane, without having executed and 
delivered said deed, it shall and may be lawful for any court, having 
chancery jurisdiction, in the county where the land, or some part there- 
of, may be situated, to make an order compelling the executors or ad- 
ministrators of such deceased person, or conservator of such lunatic or 
insane person, to execute and deliver such deed to the party having 
such equitable right, as aforesaid, to the same, or his heirs, according 
to the true intent and meaning of said contract, bond or memorandum j 
and all such deeds shall be good and valid in law." 



70 CONVEYANCES. 



§ 3. Whereas county courts have not general chancery jurisdiction, 
and doubts exist as to whether the act to which this act is an amend- 
ment can be enforced, whereby an emergency exists for this act to take 
effect from and after its passage : therefore this act shall take effect 
and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved April 21, 1873. 



CONVEYANCES. 



§ 1. Deeds, mortgages, etc. — how proved. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section twenty of an act entitled "An act concerning conveyan- 
ces," approved March 29, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the /State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section twentj 7 (20) of an act enti- 
tled "An act concerning conveyances," approved March 29, 1872, be 
amended so as to read as follows : 

" § 20. Deeds, mortgages, conveyances, releases, powers of attorney 
or other writings of or relating to the sale, conveyance or other disposi- 
tion of real estate, or any interest therein, whereby the rights of any 
person may be affected in law or in equity, may be acknowledged or 
proved before some one of the following courts or officers, namely : 

First — When acknowledged or proved within this state, before a 
master in chancery, notary public, United States commissioner, circuit 
or county clerk, justice of the peace, or any court of record having a 
seal, or any judge, justice or clerk of any such court. When taken 
before a notary public or United States commissioner, the same shall be 
attested by his official seal ; when taken before a court, or the clerk 
thereof, the same shall be attested by the seal of such court ; and when 
taken before a justice of the peace, there shall be added the certificate 
of the county court, under his seal of office, that the person taking such 
acknowledgment or proof was a justice of the peace in said county, at 
the time of taking the same. If the justice of the peace reside in the 
county where the lands mentioned in the instrument are situated, no 
such certificate shall be required. 

ISecond — When acknowledged or proved without this state and withiu 
the United States or their territories, or the District of Columbia, before 
a justice of the peace, a notary public, United States commissioner, com- 
missioner to take acknowledgment of deeds, mayor of a city, clerk of a 
county, or before any judge, justice or clerk of the supreme or any cir- 
cuit or district court of the United States, or any judge, justice or clerk 
of the supreme, circuit, superior, district, county or common pleas court 
of any of the United States or their territories. When such acknowl- 
edgment or proof is made before a notary public, United States com- 
missioner, commissioner of deeds, mayor of a city, or clerk, it shall be 
certified by such officer, under his seal of office. If before a mayor of a 
city, it shall be certified under the seal of such city ; if before a justice 
of the peace, there shall be added a certificate of the proper clerk, under 
the seal of his office, setting forth that the person before whom such 
proof or acknowledgment was made, was a justice of the peace at the 



CONVEYANCES. 71 



time of making the same. An acknowledgment or proof may be made 
in conformity with the laws of the state, territory or district where it is 
made : Provided, that if any clerk of a court of record, within such state, 
territory or district, shall, under his hand and the seal of such court, 
certify that such deed or instrument is executed and acknowledged or 
proved in conformity with the laws of such state, territory or district, 
or it shall so appear by the laws of such state, territory or district, duly 
proved and certified copies of the record of such deeds, mortgages or 
other instruments relating to real estate, heretofore or hereafter made 
and recorded in the proper county, may be read in evidence, as in other 
cases of such certified copies, upon such a certificate in conformity to 
the laws of the state, territory or district, where such deeds, mortgages 
or other instruments were made and acknowledged, being exhibited 
therewith or annexed thereto. 

Third — When acknowledged or proved without the United States, 
then before any court of any republic, state, kingdom or empire having 
a seal ; or any mayor or chief officer of any city or town having a seal ; 
or before any minister, or secretary of legation, or consul of the United 
States in any foreign country, attested by his official seal ; or before any 
officer authorized by the laws of such foreign country to take acknowl- 
edgments of conveyances of real estate, if he have a seal — such deed to 
be attested by the official seal of such court or officer. And in case such 
acknowledgment or proof is taken other than before a court record, or 
mayor, or chief officer of a town having a seal, proof that the officer 
taking such acknowledgment was duly authorized by the laws of his 
country to do so, shall accompany the certificate of such acknowledg- 
ment." 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



§ 1. Record of deeds, mortgages, etc. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to amend section twenty-eight (28) of an act entitled "An act concerning 
conveyances," approved March 29, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section twenty-eight (28) of an act 
entitled "An act concerning conveyances," approved March 29, 1872, 
be amended so as to read as follows : 

"§ 28. Deeds, mortgages, powers of attorney, and other instruments 
relating to or affecting the title to real estate in this state, shall be re- 
corded in the county in which such real estate is situated ; but if such 
county is not organized, then in the county to which such unorganized 
county is attached for judicial purposes." 

Approved, April 3, 1873. 



72 



COPYING LAWS AND JOURNALS. 



COPYING LAWS AND JOURNALS. 



§ 1. Advertising — proposals — contract. 

§ 2. Duty of contractor ; printer to notifly Secre- 
tary of State -when copy is wanted. 

§ 3. "Where and how work to be done. 

§ 4. Accurately and plainly written. 

§ 5. Re-letting, limitation, exclusion of state 
officers. 



5 9. 
§ 10. 



Rules and manner of account to be audited. 
Contractor to be prosecuted for failure to 

comply with contract. 
Original journals to be bound in books. 
What to be copied and for whom. 
When to advertise. 

In force April 20, 1873. 



AN ACT to provided for copying the Laws and Journals of the General Assembly. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That at least four weeks before the meet- 
ing of the general assembly the commissioners of public printing shall 
advertise in a daily newspaper printed in the cities of Chicago, Spring- 
field and Cairo, for sealed proposals for copying the laws, joint resolu- 
tions and journals of the then succeeding general assembly ; which 
advertisement shall be published for two weeks. Such proposals shall 
be in triplicate and accompanied by a bond in the penal sum of $5,000, 
signed by two sureties ; which said bond must be satisfactory to the said 
commissioners, and approved by the governor and filed in his office 
until the award shall be made, when the said bond shall be deposited in 
the office of the state treasurer, and placed in the vaults thereof for safe 
keeping. One of the aforesaid bids, made in triplicate, shall be filed 
with each of the said commissioners, who shall indorse upon the envelope 
the date and hour when filed ; and it shall be the duty of said commis- 
sioners to ascertain that the bidder has tiled a proposal with each of the 
other of said commissioners; and no proposal shall be withdrawn after 
it shall have been filed or left with said commissioners. At the time 
designated in said advertisement for the opening of proposals, the com- 
missioners of public printing, or any two of them, shall open said pro- 
posals in the office of the governor, in his presence, and with his appro- 
val immediately award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder : 
Provided, that said commissioners and the governor may reject any or 
all bids at their discretion ; and no contract shall be made for a greater 
sum than five cents per hundred words, actual count. 

§ 2. That it shall be the duty of the person receiving the contract 
for copying the laws, journals and joint resolutions, to copy such laws, 
journals and joint resolutions as fast as the same shall be required by 
the public printer; and in case such contractor shall neglect or fail, 
from any cause, to copy the laws, joint resolutions or journals as fast 
as the same shall be required by the public printer, it shall be the duty 
of the public printer at once to notify the secretary of state, in writing, 
of such neglect or failure ; and the want of copy shall be no excuse for 
the printer not performing his contract, unless he shall give notice, in 
writing, as aforesaid, and then only for the length of time such printer, 
is actually delayed for want of copy. 

§ 3. That the copying of the laws, joint resolutions and journals 
shall be done in the state house, under the personal supervison of the 
secretary of state ; and such copies shall be carefully compared with the 
original in his office before being printed. 



COPYING LAWS AND JOURNALS. 73 

§ 4. That it shall be the duty of the contractor to do such copying 
accurately, and in a plaiu, legible hand. 

§ 5. That if the governor shall refuse to approve the contracts made 
under section one(l) of this act, after advertising as therein mentioned, 
or if the contractor shall fail to comply with the provisions of his con- 
tract, or of this act, it shall be the duty of the commissioners of public 
printing, with the approval of the governor, to re-let the contract in 
such manner as said commissioners and the governor shall think will 
be for the best interests of the state : Provided, however, that such copy- 
ing shall, in no case, cost the state more than six cents per one hundred 
words, and that no officer of the state shall derive any profit therefrom. 

§ CJ. The contractor shall, from time to time, under rules to be pre- 
scribed by the commissioners of public printing, file with the secretary 
of state his account in detail, stating what copying has been done by 
him, and the number of words; and all accounts so filed shall be care- 
fnlly examined by the secretary of state and compared with the work 
done ; and if any errors be found in such account, the secretary shall 
immediately correct the same and return it to the contractor who ren- 
dered it; and when the account is finally corrected and adjusted, he 
shall certify the same to the commissioners of public printing, who shall 
carefully examine the same ; and when approved by said commissioners, 
or any two of them, the auditor of the state shall draw a warrant upon 
the treasurer therefor, payable out of any moneys appropriated for that 
purpose. 

§ 7. That if the contractor shall at any time neglect or fail to com- 
ply with his contract, it shall be the duty of the secretary of state, 
under the direction of said commissioners, to notify the attorney-general, 
and of the attorney general to at once bring suit on the bond of such 
contractor, against him and his sureties, and prosecute the same to 
judgment. 

§ 8. The original journals, which may be prepared by the secretary 
of the senate and the clerk of the house of representatives, shall be 
securely bound in books and filed in the office of the secretary of state. 

§ 9. There shall be copied, for the use of the public printer, one copy 
of all the laws and joint resolutions passed by the general assembly, 
and one copy of the journals of each house thereof; but no reports 
which are required to be made to the governor or to the general assem- 
bly, annually or biennially, shall be included in such journals. 

§ 10. Immediately after the passage of this act it shall be the duty 
of the commissioners of public printing to advertise for proposals to do 
the copying of the laws and journals of the twenty-eighth general 
assembly, and shall award the contract in the manner and form provided 
in section one of this act, as near as may be. 

§ 11. Whereas the constitution requires that the copying of the laws 
and journals shall be let by contract ; and whereas, there is now no law 
providing for letting such contract, an emergency exists : therefore, this 
act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



—8 



74 



CORPORATIONS. 



CORPORATIONS. 



§ 1. Corporations not for pecuniary profit. In force March 28, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section thirty-one (31) of "An act concerning corporations," in 

force July 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section thirty-one (31) of an act 
concerning corporations," in force July 1, 1872, be and the same is 
hereby amended so as to read as follows : 

"§31. Corporations, associations and societies not for pecuniary 
proht, formed under this act, shall be bodies corporate and politic, by 
the name stated in such certificate; and by that name they and their 
successors shall and may have succession, and shall be persons in law 
capable of suing and being sued; may have power to make and enforce 
contracts in relation to the legitimate business of their corporation, so- 
ciety or association ; may have and use a common seal, and may change 
or alter the same at pleasure ; and they and their successors, by their 
corporate name, shall, in law, be capable of taking, purchasing, holding 
and disposing of real and personal estate for purposes of their organi- 
zation ; may make by-laws, not inconsistent with the constitution and 
laws of this state or of the United States, in which by-laws shall be de- 
scribed the duties of all officers of the corporation, society or associa- 
tion, and the qualification of members thereof. Associations and socie- 
ties which are intended to benefit the widows, orphans, heirs and devisees 
of deceased members thereof, and where no annual dues or premiums 
are required, and where the members shall receive no money as profit 
or otherwise, shall not be deemed insurance companies." 

Whereas, many associations are desirous of organizing forthwith 
for the purpose aforesaid, whereby an emergency exists as a reason why 
this act shall take effect forthwith: therefore, this act shall take effect 
from and after its passage. 

Approved March 28, 1874. 



COUNTIES. 



§ I. Commissioners, by a two-thirds vote, issue § 2. Increased appropriation by a vote of the 
bonds for county purposes. people. 

In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to amend sections one (1) and three (3) of an act entitled "An act to enable 
counties having over one hundred thousand inhabitants to issue bonds and borrow 
money for county purposes," approved February 23, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 1 of an act entitled "An act 
to enable counties having over one hundred thousand inhabitants to 
issue bonds and borrow money for county purposes," approved Febru- 
ary 23,1872, be and the same is hereby amended so that the same shall 
read as follows : li That the board of commissioners of counties contain- 






COUNTIES. 75 



ing over one hundred thousand inhabitants may, in their discretion, by 
a two-thirds vote, for the purpose of erecting a court house on the 
site heretofore used for that purpose, and a jail, and other necessary 
public buildings for the use of said county, at such points and places as 
may be selected by said board, and for the purpose of funding the float- 
ing debt of said county, issue the bonds of said county from time to 
time, as the same may be required, to bear interest not exceeding seven 
per centum per annum, payable semi-annually : Provided, that the is- 
suing of said bonds is hereby limited by the constitutional limitation 
which limits the amount of indebtedness, including that then existing, 
to five per centum on the value of the taxable property in the county, 
to be ascertained by the last assessment for state and county taxes pre- 
vious to the incurring of such indebtedness, the principal and interest 
of said bonds to be made payable at such time or times, not exceeding 
twenty years from the date thereof, and at suck place or places as such 
board shall designate. And the said board may authorize said bonds 
to be sold from time to time, at not less than their par value, and by a 
two-thirds vote of said board they may be sold at less than par ; the 
proceeds thereof to be paid into the county treasury, to be used as 
required for the purposes aforesaid : Provided, no bonds shall be issued 
or sold under the provisions hereof, after six years from the time when 
this act shall take effect." 

§ 2. Be it further enacted, That section 3 of an act entitled u An 
act to enable counties having over one hundred thousand inhabitants to 
issue bonds and borrow money for county purposes," approved February 
23, 1872, be and the same is hereby amended so that the same shall read 
as follows, to-wit : " In case said board of commissioners shall issue and 
sell the bonds of said county, in pursuance thereof, they shall from time 
to time, as the same may be required, cause taxes to be levied upon the 
taxable property within the limits of said county, for the payment of 
the principal and interest of said bonds as the same shall become due 
and payable — which taxes shall be collected as other county taxes, and 
when collected shall be applied to the payment of said principal and 
interest. In case, however, the county board shall be of the opinion 
that the tax of 75 cents on the $100 valuation authorized by the con- 
stitution is inadequate for county purposes, and to provide for the 
payment of the interest of said bonds and to discharge the principal 
within twenty years, or any portion of such bonds that may be issued, 
they shall have power to provide for such interest and principal by 
assessing a greater tax upon the valuation when authorized by a vote 
of the people of the county. In such case the county board shall, prior 
to the issue of such bonds, adopt a resolution setting forth substantially 
the purpose for which said bonds are proposed to be issued, together 
with the fact that an additional rate of taxation is necessary, and the 
probable rate required per annum in excess of 75 cents on the $100 val- 
uation, for a period of years not exceeding twenty, and that the ques- 
tion of assessing the additional rate shall be submitted to a vote of the 
people of the county at the next election thereafter to be held for the 
election of couuty officers. Such question shall be submitted to such 
vote at the next election for county officers held after the adoption of 
, such resolution, and it shall be the duty of the county clerk, in his elec- 
tion notice, to give notice of such submission. The tickets shall be 
written or printed, on a separate ticket, " For additional tax," or 
'Against additional tax." And if a majority of the votes cast on the 



76 



COUNTIES. 



subject are "for additional tax," then the said board shall be authorized, 
in addition to the rate of 75 cents on the $100 valuation to levy a rate 
each year not exceeding that set forth in such resolution ou the $100 
valuation, for a period not exceeding- twenty years from and after the 
date of such bonds, or the last issue thereof, and the same shall be ex- 
tended and collected as other county taxes; and such tax when collected 
shall be set apart as a fund to pay such interest and principal. The 
judges of election shall deposit the ballots in a separate box, to be pro- 
vided by the county board for that purpose, and the same shall be 
counted and returns thereof made as in other cases of elections. The 
returns shall be canvassed in the same manner and by the same persons 
prescribed by law in case of county officers. 
Approved April 1, 1873. 



§3 
§5 



How boundaries to be changed. 

Notices of election. 

Manner and effect of election. 

Limitation as to extent. 

Proportionate indebtedness not released. 



§ 6. How far new territory liable for county in- 
debtedness. 

§ 7. When supervisors or commissioners may 
order elections. 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT to provide for transferring territory from one county to another. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That when a majority of the legal voters 
residing upon any territory, not less than half of one congressional 
township, shall petition the board of supervisors or the board of county 
commissioners, of their own county, and the county to which they de- 
sire such territory to be transferred, for leave to have such territory 
transferred to such county, it shall be the duty of said board of super- 
visors or board of county commissioners to order an election for such 
purpose, in such counties, to be held within three months from the time 
of receiving such petition ; which election shall be governed by the laws 
of the state of Illinois relating to general elections, and returns of said 
election shall be made to the secretary of state, as for county officers. 

§ 2. Notices of such election shall contain a description of the terri- 
tory proposed to be transferred, the name of the counties from and to 
which such territory is proposed to be transferred, and shall be posted 
as required for general elections. 

§ 3. The ballots used at said election may be in the following form, 
to- wit : "For transferring territory," and "Against transferring terri- 
tory," when, if a majority of the voters voting upon said question, in 
the county from which said territory is proposed to be taken, and a ma- 
jority of the voters of the county to which the same is proposed to be 
transferred shall be "For transferring territory," then the said territory 
shall be transferred to and become a part of the county to which it is 
proposed to transfer the same, on and after the first day of March suc- 
ceeding such elections, and shall be subject to all the laws, rules and 
regulations thereof : Provided, that all assessments and collections of 
taxes, and judicial or other official proceedings commenced prior to said 
first day of March, shall be continued, prosecuted and completed, in the 
same manner as if no such transfer had been made : And, provided, fur- 
ther, that all township or precinct officers within said transferred terri- 



COUNTIES. 77 



tory, shall continue to hold their respective offices within the county to 
■which they may be transferred, until their respective terms of office 
expire. 

§ 4. No county shall be reduced, under the provisions of this act, to 
less contents than four hundred square miles ; nor shall any county line 
be made to pass within less than ten miles of the county seat of the 
county from which territory is so transferred. 

§ 5. No territory transferred, under the provisions of this act, shall 
be released from the payment of its proportion of the debts of the 
county from which such territory is trausi'erred ; and such proportion- 
ate indebtedness from such transferred territory shall be collected by 
the county to which such territory is transferred, at au equal or greater 
rate than is levied and collected in the county from which such territory 
was transferred — such rate to be ascertained by the certificate of the 
county clerk of said county, and when so collected to be paid over to 
the county entitled thereto. 

§ G. When the county to which such territory is transferred shall 
also be indebted, the board of supervisors or board of county commis- 
sioners of such couuty shall release such transferred territory from the 
payment of such indebtedness, to an amount equal to that which said 
territory is required to pay to the county from which it was transferred. 

§ 7. When a majority of the legal voters of any territory, less than 
half of one congressional township, shall petition the boards of super- 
visors or boards of county commissioners, as provided in section 1 of 
this act, the said supervisors or county commissioners may, in their dis- 
cretion, order elections to be held as herein provided ; and in any case 
where elections have been held under this act, and the result has been 
adverse to the petitioners, it shall be in the discretion of the said super- 
visors or county commissioners to order another election, on a petition 
to transfer the same territory, within three years from the time of hold- 
ing such former election. 

§ 8. That so much of chapter 82, of the Eevised Statutes of 1845, 
entitled "Petitions," as relates to the division of counties, or petitions 
for such division, approved March 3, 1845, and all other acts in conflict 
with the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed. 

Approved May 1, 1873. 



In force September 16, 1873. 

AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "An act to provide for the appointment of a clerk 
of the Board of Supervisors in Winnebago county," approved Feb. 9, 1855. 

f ' Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That an act entitled "An act to provide 
for the appointment of a clerk of the board of supervisors in Winne- 
bago county," approved February 9, 1855, be and the same is hereby 
repealed. 

§ 2. This act shall not take effect until the 10th day of September, 
1873 ; and upon its taking effect, all general laws in relation to the 
powers and duties of county clerks shall have like force and effect in 
said Winnebago county as in other counties in this state. 

Approved May 1, 1873. 



78 COUNTIES. 



§ 1. Lefevre heirs to make conveyance. 
§ 2. Supervisors to sell. 



§ 3. Name and style of tract. 
In force July 1, 1874. 



AN ACT to enable the Board of Supervisors of Lawrence county to acquire title to 
the south part of the southwest quarter of section number 3, town 2 north, range 
11 west, 73 acres, and to hold and dispose of the same for the use of the pauper 
fund of said county. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That so soon as the legal heirs and rep- 
resentatives of Jacques Lefevre and Francis Lefevre, who were assassi- 
nated in said county, shall make, or cause to be made, to the county of 
Lawrence, a good and sufficient deed of conveyance in fee, for the south 
part of the southwest quarter of section three, of town two north, range 
eleven west, in said county, containing seventy-three acres, more or 
less, such conveyance to be approved and filed for record by the prosecu- 
ting attorney for said county, it shall and may be lawful for the board of 
supervisors of said county to refund and pay to the said heirs of Jacques 
and Francis Lefevre all taxes by them paid on said tract or parcel of 
land, since and including the year 1845 to the present time, at com- 
pound interest, at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, out of any 
moneys in the treasury of said county not otherwise appropriated, 
whereupon the legal title to said tract or parcel of land shall be merged 
and absolutely vested in the corporate authority of said county, for the 
use of the pauper fund of said county. 

§ 2. That the board of supervisors of said county shall have full 
power and authority to use, lease, sell and convey the same in their 
corporate capacity, as they, in their judgment, shall deem best for the 
interests of the pauper fund of said county : Provided, that the income 
or proceeds of the sale thereof shall forever be and remain a part of 
that fund, and shall not be diverted to any other use or purpose what- 
ever. 

§ 3. That in compliance with the request of said heirs, at the time of 
making this munificent donation to the charitable fund of said county, 
and in mernoriam of the fact of the outrageous assassination of their 
ancestors by the as yet undiscovered villains and assassins, who mur- 
dered Jacques in the year 1845, and Francis Lefevre in the year 1853, 
on said premises, and near the same place, it is declared and enacted 
that said tract, piece or parcel of land shall be forever known, described 
and designated by the name, style and description of "The Bloody 
Field." 

Approved March 30, 1874. 



§ 1. Act repealed. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to repeal an act entitled 'An act to provide for the election of additional 
supervisors in the county therein named." 

Section 1. Be it enacted, by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented, in the General Assembly, That an act entitled "An act to provide 
for the election of additional supervisors in the county therein named," 
to -wit, the county of Logan, approved March 29, 1869, be and the same 
is hereby repealed. 

Approved February 9, 1874. 



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 



79 



COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. 



§ 1. Successors of county courts. 

§ 2. Commission — oath. 

§ 3. Sessions of board. 

§ 4. Organization of board. 

§ 5. Majority a quorum. 

§ 6. Supervisor of roads and bridges. 



§7. Members may administer oaths. 
§ 8. Term, how determined. 
§ 9. Acts, heretofore done, legalized. 
§ 10. Emergency. 

In force January 16, 1874. 



AN ACT authorizing the Board of County Commissioners, elected in pursuance of 
article 10, section 6 of the Constitution, to perform the powers and duties hereto- 
fore devolving upon the County Courts in the transaction of county business, in 
counties not under township organization. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the board of comity commissioners, 
elected in pursuance of the provisions of section 6 article 10 of the con- 
stitution, shall be the successor of the county courts in relation to all 
matters concerning county affairs, and the county board are hereby 
authorized and empowered to do any act in reference to county govern- 
ment and county business that the county courts have heretofore done 
in pursuance of law. 

§ 2. Each member of the board of county commissioners shall be 
commissioned by the governor, and shall, before entering upon the duties 
of his office, take and subscribe the following oath, which shall be filed 
in the office of the county clerk : 

I do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be,) that I will support the constitution of the Uni- 
ted States, and of the State of Illinois, and that I will faithfully discharge the duties of the office of 
commissioner of county, according xo the best of my ability. 

§ 3. The county board shall hold regular sessions for the transaction 
of county business, on the first Mondays of December, March, June and 
September, and the second Monday of July of each year, and at such 
other times as may be provided by law, and may hold special sessions 
on the call of the chairman or any two members of said board, when the 
business of the county requires it. 

§ 4. At the first meeting of the board after the passage of this act, 
the commissioners shall elect one of their number as chairman, who 
shall preside at their sessions, and perform such duties as are or may be 
prescribed by law, or by the order of said board, and said chairman 
shall hold the position until the first Monday in December next following, 
at which time, and annually thereafter, on that day, or as soon thereafter 
as practicable, a chairman shall be chosen by said board. 

§ 5. A majority of said board shall constitute a quorum to do busi- 
ness, and in the absence of the chairman, a chairman pro tern, may be 
appointed. 

§ 6. Such board shall have general supervision of all highways, roads 
and bridges in the county, including state roads. 

§ 7. The chairman or any member of the board of county commis- 
sioners may administer oaths to persons concerning any matter con- 
nected with the powers or duties of said board. 

§ 8. The said county commissioners, at their first meeting after the 
going into effect of this act, (where the question as to who shall hold the 
short, middle and long term has not already been agreed upon by them,) 
shall proceed to determine by lot in the manner following : The clerk 



80 COURTS— circuit. 



of the county court shall prepare three ballots, upon one of which shall 
be written the words "one year," upon another of said ballots the words 
"two years," and upon the third shall be written the words "three years," 
and the said commissioners shall then draw, under the direction of the 
clerk, and the words upon the ballots so drawn shall fix the length of 
the term that such commissioner shall hold his office. In counties 
where the said county commissioners have already settled the question 
by lot, as provided in section six (6) article ten of the constitution, 
nothing herein contained shall be construed to invalidate such action. 

§ 9. All acts heretofore done by boards of county commissioners 
which might have been doue by county courts in counties in which the 
said courts have not continued to do the business of said counties, are 
hereby legalized. 

§ 10. Whereas, doubts have arisen as to the powers and duties of the 
county commissioners, in the absence of a general law defining the same, 
therefore an emergency exists, and this act shall take effect and be in 
force from and after its passage. 
■ Approved January 10, 1874. 



COUETS— CIRCUIT. 

§ 1. Time in the counties of Grundy and Will, i In force March 26, 1874. 

§ 2. Emergency. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act concerning circuit courts, and to fix the 
time for holding the same in the several counties in the judicial circuits in the State 
of Illinois, exclusive of the county of Cook," approved May 2, 1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That paragraph eight of section 1 of 
an act entitled "An act concerning circuit courts, and to fix the time for 
holding the same, in the several counties in the judicial circuits in the 
state of Illinois, exclusive of the county of Cook," be and the same is 
hereby amended, so as to read as follows : 

Seventh Circuit. 

In the county of Grundy, on the third Monday of November and the 
second Monday of March. 

In the county of Will, on the first Monday of January, the first Monday 
of June, and the first Monday of October. 

And all processes made returnable to the May term, 1874, as now es- 
tablished, shall be returnable on the first Monday of June next. 

§ 2. By reason of the near approach of the May term of said court 
an emergency exists, and this act shall be in force from and after its 
passage. 

Approved March 26, 1874. 



COURTS — CIRCUIT. 81 



§ 1. Time in Fifteenth Circuit. , § 2. Emergency. 

I In force January 12, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act concerning circuit courts, 
and to fix the times for holding the same in the several counties in the judicial 
circuits in the State of Illinois, exclusive of the county of Cook," approved May 
2, 1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State rf Illinois, repre- 
enteo in the General Assembly, That the sixteenth (16) paragraph of an 
act entitled "An act concerning circuit courts, and the times for hold- 
ing the same in the several counties in the judicial circuits in the state 
of Illinois, exclusive of the county of Cook," approved May 2, 1873, be 
and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows : 

Fifteenth Circuit. 

Spring Term. . 

In the county of Vermilion, on the first Monday in February. 
In the county of Edgar, on the fifth Monday thereafter. 
In the county of Douglas, on the third Monday thereafter. 
In the county of Clark, on the second Monday thereafter. 
In the county of Coles, on the third Monday thereafter. 

Fall Term. 

In the county of Vermilion, on the second Monday in August. 

In the county of Edgar, on the fifth Monday thereafter. 

In the county of Douglas, on the fourth Monday thereafter. 

In the county of Clark, on the third Monday thereafter. 

In the county of Coles, on the third Monday thereafter. 

§ 2. In consequence of the necessity for the immediate change of 
the time for holding such courts, an emergency is hereby declared to 
exist, requiring this act to take immediate effect: therefore, this act 
shall take effect and be in force from and alter its passage. 

Approved January 12, 1874. 



§ 1. Eighteenth and Twenty -third Circuits. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act concerning circuit courts, and to fix the 
times for holding the same in the several counties in the judicial circuits in the 
State of Illinois, exclusive of the county of Cook," approved May 2, 1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the nineteenth (19th) paragraph of 
an act entitled 'An act concerning circuit courts, and to fix the times 
for holding the same in the several counties in the judicial circuits in 
the state of Illinois, exclusive of the county of Cook," approved May 
2, 1873, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows : 

Eighteenth Circuit. — In the county of Cass, on the first Monday of 
February and third Monday of August; in the county of Greene, on 
the fourth Monday of February and first Monday of September; in the 
county of Jersey, on the third Monday of March and fourth Monday of 
September; in the county of Calhoun, on the second Mondays of April 
and October ; in the county of Scott, on the fourth Mondays of April 

—9 



82 



COURTS— CIRCUIT. 



and October; in the county of Morgan, on the second Mondays of May 
and November. 

Summer Term. — In the county of Morgan, on the first Monday of Au- 
gust. This August term shall be devoted exclusively to the impanel- 
ing of a grand jury, the trial of criminal cases, and the transaction of 
any business in civil and chancery cases not requiring a jury, or when 
a jury may be waived. 

§ 2. That paragraph twenty-four, of said act, be so amended as to 
read as follows, to-wit: 

Twenty -third Circuit. — In the county of Marion, on the second Mon- 
day of February and the second Monday of August. In the county of 
Monroe, on the first Mondays of March and September. In the county 
of Randolph, on the second Mondays thereafter. In the county of 
Washington, on the third Mondays thereafter. In the county of Perry, 
on the third Mondays thereafter. In the county of Clinton, on the sec- 
ond Mondavs thereafter. 



Approved March 26, 1874. 



§ 1. Time in Twentieth Circuit. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend "An act concerning circuit courts, and to fix the time of holding 
the same in the several counties of the judicial circuits in the State of Illinois, 
exclusive of Cook," approved May 2, 1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That paragraph twenty one of section 1 
of an act entitled "An act concerning circuit courts and to fix the times 
for holding the same in the several counties in the judicial circuits in the 
state of Illinois, exclusive of the county of Cook," be and the same is 
hereby amended so as to read as follows: 

Twentieth Circuit. — In the county of Christian, on the first Tuesday 
of February and third Tuesday of August; in the county of Montgom- 
ery, on the seventh Tuesday after the first Tuesday of February, and 
on the twelfth Tuesday after the third Tuesday of August ; in the 
county of Fayette, on the third Tuesday after the, first Tuesday in Feb- 
ruary, and the fourth Tuesday after the third Tuesday in August ; in 
the county of Shelby, on the second Tuesday of May, and on the eighth 
Tuesday after the third Tuesday of August. 

Approved March 23, 1874. 



§ 1. Judges to hold branch courts in other judi- § 1J. Pay of judge for services rendered out of his 
cial districts. circuit. 

In force May 3, 1873. 

AN ACT authorizing circuit judges to hold branch or branches of courts in other 
than their judicial districts. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That whenever any judge or judges of 
any circuit court, or of the superior court of Cook county, shall request 
any judge or judges of any other court of record to come to the assist- 
ance of such judge or judges making such request, in the trial of causes, 
and in other matters pending in court, it shall be lawful for such judge 



COURTS — CIRCUIT. 



83 



or judges, so requested, to hold a branch or branches of the court to 
which he or they are so requested to come, with the same force and 
effect as if he was, or they were, the judge or judges of such court. 

§ 1£. For every day's time employed by any judge out of his circuit, 
under the preceding section, the county board of the county in which 
such judge shall so hold court, may, out of the county treasury, order 
a sum, in the discretion of the county board, not exceeding $10 per day, 
to be paid: Provided, that this section shall not apply to any judge 
during the term for which said judge is elected. 

§ 2. Whereas there is an emergency, on account of the large amount 
and great press of business in the circuit and superior courts of Cook 
county, why this act should take effect immediately: therefore, this act 
shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



§ 1. Present judges to hold courts as before until expiration of terms. In force March 28, 1873. 

AN" ACT to authorize the present judges of the circuit courts to hold terms of court 
iu the counties, and set the times as required by law, in force on the 18th day of 
March, A. D. 1873, until the expiration of their terms of office. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the present judges of the circuit 
courts be and they are hereby authorized, until the expiration of the 
present terms of office of said judges, to hold terms of court in the sev- 
eral counties which constituted their respective circuits on the 18th day 
of March, A. D. 1873, at such times as said terms were required to be 
held by law in force on the day aforesaid. 

§ 2. Whereas, by reason of the passage of an act changing the cir- 
cuits and reducing their number, and in order that the administering of 
justice may be freed from embarrassments occasioned thereby, an emer- 
gency exists: therefore this act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved March 28, 1873. 



COUETS— CITY. 



§ 1. Act of February 9, 1859, repealed. 

§ 2. All causes transferred to circuit court. 

§ 3. Clerk to transfer all books, papers, etc., to 
circuit court. 

§ 4. Record, writs, etc., to be evidence when cer- 
tified to by clerk of circuit court. 

§ 5. Appeals and writs of error taken to supreme 
court, to be returned to circuit court. 



§ 6. Clerk to certify records as now required by 

law. 
§ 7. No salary allowed officers after this act takes 

effect. 
§ 8. Submitted to a vote of the people in the city 

of Alton at general charter election. 
§ 9. Election returns. 

In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "An act to establish a city court in the city of 
Alton," approved February 9, 1859. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That an act entitled "An act to establish 



84 COURTS — CITY. 



a city court in the city of Alton, approved February 9, 1859, be and the 
same is hereby repealed. 

§ 2. All causes now pending in said Alton city court shall be trans- 
ferred to the circuit court of Madison county, State of Illinois, and may 
be tried and disposed of in the same manner in said circuit court that 
they might have been in said Alton city court. 

§ 3. It shall be the duty of the clerk of said Alton city court, within 
thirty days after this act shall take effect, to transfer all books, papers, 
records and reports of every kind and description whatsoever, belong- 
ing to the said Alton city court, whether in the hands of the judge, 
clerk, sheriff, deputy sheriff, commissioner or master in chancery of said 
Alton city court, to the said circuit court, and shall have the same force 
and effect that they now have by law, and the records and papers afore- 
said shall be taken charge of by the clerk of the circuit court of said 
county, and retained in said office of said circuit clerk. And after such 
records, books, reports and papers have been transferred to said circuit 
court, fee bills and executions may issue from such circuit court on 
judgments rendered in said Alton city court; which said fee bills and 
executions shall have the same effect and force as if issued from said 
Alton city court before the passage of this act. 

§ 4. All copies of any such records, writs, judgments, executions, 
decrees and orders of said Alton city court, aud any return upon any 
such writ by an officer of said court, or other proceeding having been 
had in said Alton city court, when properly certified by the clerk of the 
said circuit court, may be read and used in evidence in any court of re- 
cord in this state. 

§ 5. All appeals, writs of error, and all proceedings of any kind 
whatsoever, heretofore taken from or out of said Alton city court to the 
supreme court of this state, shall, if remanded or returned from any 
cause, be remanded or returned to said circuit court, and have the same 
force and effect in law as if originally began in said circuit court. 

§ 6. Writs of error and appeals may be taken from the judgments 
and decrees of said Alton city court to the supreme court of this state, 
as is now provided by law, and the clerk of said circuit court shall make 
up the records and certify to them in the same manner as now required 
of the clerk of said Alton city court. 

§ 7. No officer of said Alton city court shall draw any salary, or re- 
ceive any pay or emoluments whatever, for services performed after this 
act takes effect. 

§ 8. It shall be the duty of the common council of the city of Alton, 
at the succeeding general charter election after this act shall take effect, 
to cause to be submitted to the voters of said city of Alton, the ques- 
tion as to whether said Alton city court shall be abolished or not. The 
voting contemplated by this section shall be by ballot, to be written or 
printed, or partly written and partly printed : " For abolishing the Alton 
city court," or "Against abolishing the Alton city court," to be canvassed 
and returned in like manner as votes for city officers. 

§ 9. If it shall appear, by the returns of said election, that a ma- 
jority of the legal voters of said city of Alton voting at said city elec- 
tion are for abolishing said Alton city court, then the said act establish- 
ing said Alton city court shall be and the same is hereby repealed; but 
if a majority of the legal voters of said city shall be against abolishing 
said court, then, and in such case, this act shall not take effect. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



COURTS — CITY. 



85 



§ 1. Act repealed. 

§ 2. Causes pending transferred to circuit court. 

§ 3. Books and records transferred. 

§ 4. Copies, how certified. 

§ 5. Appeals remanded to circuit court. 



§ 6. Writs of error and appeals. 
§ 7. Officers not to receive pay. 
§ 8. Records of marriage licenses. 
§ 9. Emergency. 

In force February 18, 1874. 



AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "An act to establish a court of common pleas in 
the city of Amboy," approved March 11, 1869. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, Tuat the act establishing the court of 
common pleas in the city of Amboy, in the county of Lee, approved 
March 11, in the year of our Lord 1869, be and the same is hereby re- 
pealed. 

§ 2, All causes now pending in said court of common pleas shall be 
transferred to the circuit court of Lee county, state of Illinois, and may 
be tried and disposed of in the same manner, in said circuit court, as 
they might have been in said court of common pleas. 

§ 3. All books, papers, records and reports, of every kind and descrip- 
tion whatsoever, belonging to said court of common pleas, except such 
records and papers as pertain to the issuing of marriage licenses and to 
marriages, whether in the hands of the judge, clerk, marshal, deputy or 
commissioner of said court of common pleas, shall be transferred to said 
circuit court, and shall have the same force and effect that they now 
have by law, and the records and papers aforesaid shall be taken charge 
of by the clerk of the circuit court of said county and retained in the said 
office of said circuit clerk ; and after such records, books, reports and 
papers have been transferred to said circuit court, fee bills and execu- 
tions may be issued from such circuit court on judgments rendered in 
said court of common pleas, which said fee bills and executions shall 
have the same effect and force as if issued from said court of common 
pleas before the passage of this act. 

§ 4. All copies of any such records, writs, judgments, executions, 
decrees and orders of said court of common pleas, and any return upon 
any such writ by any officer of said court, or other proceedings having 
been had in said common pleas court, when properly certified by the 
clerk of said circuit court, may be read and used in evidence in any court 
of record in this state. 

§ 5. All appeals, writs of error, and all proceedings of any kind what- 
soever heretofore taken from or out of said court of common pleas to the 
supreme court of this state, shall, if remanded or returned for any cause, 
be remauded or returned to the said circuit court, and have the same 
force and effect in law as if originally began in said circuit court. 

§ 6. Writs of error and appeals may be taken from the judgments 
and decrees of said court of common pleas to the supreme court of this 
state as is now provided by law, and the clerk of said circuit court shall 
make up the records and certify to them in the same manner as now re- 
quired of the clerk of the said court of common pleas. 

§ 7. No officer of said court of common pleas shall draw any salary 
or receive any pay or emoluments whatever for services performed after 
this act takes effect. 

§ 8. All records and papers on file in said court of common pleas 
pertaining to the issuing of marriage licenses and to marriages, shall be 
transferred to the county clerk, and shall be by him filed and kept in 



86 



COURTS— CITY. 



his office ; and copies thereof, when properly certified by said county 
clerk, may be read and used in evidence in any court of this state. 

§ 9. Whereas the said court of common pleas of the city of Amboy, 
in Lee county, established by an act of the general assembly, entitled 
"An act to establish a court of common pleas in the city of Amboy," 
approved March 11, A. D. 1869, is unnecessary, and a source of expense 
to the people of this state as well as the city of Amboy, whereby an 
emergeucy exists: therefore this act shall take effect and be in force from 
and after its passage. 

Approved February 18, 1874. 



§ 1. Repealing act of February 20, 1869. 

§ 2. Causes transferred to circuit courts. 

§ 3. Books, papers, etc., retained in circuit clerk's 

office. 
§ 4. Certified writs, records, etc., to be evidence. 
§ 5. Remanded causes to be returned to circuit 

court. 



§ (i. Clerk to certify records as now required by 

law. 
§ 7. No salary allowed officers after this act takes 

effect. 

In force April 29, 1873. 



AN ACT to repeal an act entitled 'An act to establish a common pleas court in the 
city of Mattoon," in force February 20, 1869. 

Whereas, "the common pleas court of the city of Mattoon," in Coles 
county, established by an act of the general assembly, entitled "An act 
to establish a common pleas court in the city of Mattoon," in force 
February 20, 18G9, is unnecessary, and a source of great expense to the 
people of the said city of Mattoon, wherefore it is deemed that an emer- 
gency exists which requires this act to be in force before the first day of 
July next: 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the act establishing the common 
pleas court of the city of Mattoon, in Coles county, in force February 
20, 1869, be and the same is hereby repealed. 

§ 2. All causes now pending in said court shall be transferred to the 
circuit court of Coles county, state of Illinois, and may be tried and dis- 
posed of in the same manner in said circuit court that they might have 
been in said court of common pleas. 

§ 3. All books, papers, records and reports of every kind and descrip- 
tion whatsoever, belonging to the said court of common pleas, whether 
in the hands of the judge, clerk, marshal, deputy or commissioner of 
said court of common pleas, shall be transferred to the said circuit court, 
and shall have the same force and effect that they now have by law, 
and the records and papers aforesaid shall be taken charge of by the 
clerk of the circuit court of said county and retained in the said office 
of said circuit clerk ; and after such records, books, reports and papers 
have been transferred to said circuit court, fee bills and executions may 
issue from such circuit court on judgments rendered in said court of com- 
mon pleas, which said fee bills and executions shall have the same effect 
and force as if issued from said court of common pleas before the pas- 
sage of this act. 

§ 4. All copies of any such records, writs, judgments, executions, 
decrees and orders of said court of common pleas, and any return upon 
any such writ by an officer of said court, or other proceedings having 



COURTS — CITY. 



87 



been had in said common pleas court, when properly certified by the 
clerk of the said circuit court, may be read and used in evidence in any 
court of record in this state. 

§ 5. All appeals, writs of error, and all proceedings of any kind 
whatsoever, heretofore taken from or out of said court of common pleas 
to the supreme court of this state, shall, if remanded or returned for 
any cause, be remanded or returned to the said circuit court, and have 
the same force and effect in law as if originally began in said circuit 
court. 

§ 6. Writs of error and appeals may be taken from the judgments 
and decrees of the said court of common pleas to the supreme court of 
this state as is now provided by law, and the clerk of the said circuit 
court sball make up the records and certify to them in the same manner 
as now required of tbe clerk of said court of common pleas. 

§ 7. No officer of said court of common pleas sball draw any salary 
or receive any pay or emoluments whatever, for services performed after 
this act takes effect. 

§ 8. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its pas- 
sage. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



§ 1. Certain acts repealed. 

§ 2. All causes transferred to circuit court. 

§ 3. Clerk to transfer all books, papers, etc., to 

circuit court. 
§ 4. Records, writs, etc., to be evidence when 

certified to by clerk of the circuit court. 
§ 5. Appeals and writs of error taken to the 

supreme court to be returned to circuit 

court. 



§ 6. Clerks to certify records as now required by 

law. 
§ 7. No salary allowed officers after this act takes 

effect. 

In force March 14, 1873. ■ 



AN ACT to repeal so rmicli of an act entitled "An act to establish recorder's courts in 
the cities of LaSalle and Peru," approved February 19, A. D. 1859, as provides for 
the establishment of such court in the city of Peru, and the act amendatory thereof, 
approved February 18, A. D. 1861, so far as it applies to the recorder's court of the 
city of Peru, and for the disposal of cases pending in said court, and of the books, 
records and reports thereto belonging. 

Whereas the recorder's court of the city of Peru, in the county of 
LaSalle, established by an act of the general assembly, entitled " An 
act to establish recorder's courts in the cities of LaSalle and Peru," ap- 
proved February 19, A. D. 1859, is unnecessary and a source of great 
expense to the people of said city of Peru, wherefore it is deemed that an 
emergency exists which requires this act to go into effect and be in force 
before the first day of July next : 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, Tbat so much of an act entitled "An act 
to establish recorder's courts in the cities of LaSalle and Peru," ap- 
proved February 19, A. D. 1859, as provides for the establisbment of 
said court in the city of Peru, and so much of the act amendatory there- 
of, approved February 18, A. D. 1801, as applies to the recorder's court 
in tbe city, of Peru, be and the same hereby are repealed. 

§ 2. All causes now pending in said recorder's court of the city of 
Peru shall be transferred to the circuit court of LaSalle county, state of 



88 COURTS — COUNTY. 



Illinois, and be tried and disposed of in the same manner in said circuit 
court that they might have been in said recorder's court. 

§ 3. All books, papers, records and reports, of every kind and de- 
scription whatsoever, whether in the hands of the judge, clerk, marshal, 
sheriff, deputy or commissioner of said recorder's court, and belonging 
to said court, shall be transferred to the said circuit court, and shall 
have the same force and effect that they now have by law; and the 
records, books, papers and reports aforesaid shall be taken charge of by 
the clerk of the circuit court of said county, and retained in the office of 
the said circuit clerk. And after such records, books, reports and pa- 
pers have been transferred to said circuit court, fee bills and executions 
may issue from such circuit court, on judgments rendered in said re- 
corder's court, which said fee bills and executions shall have the same 
force and effect as if issued from said recorder's court before the passage 
of this act. 

§ 4. All copies of any such records, writs, judgments, executions, 
decrees and orders of said recorder's court, and any return upon any 
such writ by an officer of said court, or other proceedings having been 
had in said recorder's court, when properly certified by the clerk of the 
said circuit court, may be read and used in evidence in any court of re- 
cord in this state. 

§ 5. All appeals, writs of error, and all proceedings of any kind what- 
soever heretofore taken from or out of said recorder's court to the su- 
preme court of this state, shall, if remanded or returned for any cause, 
be remauded or returned to the circuit court of said county, and have 
the same force and effect in law as if originally began in said circuit 
court. 

§ 6. Writs of error and appeals may be taken from the judgments 
and decrees of the said recorder's court to the supreme court of this 
state as is now provided by law, and the clerk of the said circuit court 
shall make up the records and certify to them in the same manner as 
now required of the clerk of the said recorder's court. 

§ 7. No officer of said recorder's court of the city of Peru shall draw 
any salary, or receive any pay or emoluments whatever for services per- 
formed after this act takes effect. 

§ 8. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its 
passage. 



Approved March 14, 1873. 



COUETS— COUNTY. 



§ 1. Time of holding courts I § 2. Repealing former act. 

In force May 2, 1873. 

AN ACT to fix the terms of County Courts. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the terms of the county courts of 
this state shall be held on the third Mondays of each and every month : 
Provided, nothing in this act contained shall prevent the sessions of 



COURTS — COUNTY. 



89 



such courts from being held for the transaction of county business on 
the first Mondays of December, March, June and September, in every 
year, as heretofore. 

§ 2. That all acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are here- 
by repealed. 

§ 3. Whereas, by reason of doubt whether there is any law now in 
force fixing the terms of the county court of Cook county, an emergency 
exists requiring this act to take effect immediately : therefore, this act 
shall take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1873. 



§ 1. Transfer records and judgments to circuit 

court. 
§ 2. All chancery suits transferred to circuit 

court. 
§ 3. Transferred causes tried in the circuit court 

in the same manner. 
§ 4. Transfer of records filed, and papers, and 

the effect thereof. 



§ 5. Saving of rights accrued. 

§ 6. Certified copies evidence. 

§ 7. Remanded causes to be returned to circuit 
court. 

§ 8. Circuit clerk to make up records on ap- 
peal. 

In force April 25, 1873. 



AN ACT to provide for transferring from county courts of special jurisdiction all 
causes pending in which the amount claimed to be due, or upon which judgment 
shall have been rendered in a sum exceeding five hundred dollars, to the circuit 
court of their respective counties, and also to transfer to said circuit courts all 
causes pending, together with the judgments, records, files and decrees of all coun- 
ty courts, upon whom chancery jurisdiction has heretofore been conferred by spe- 
cial act. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That in all cases where special jurisdic- 
tion has been conferred upon county courts in this state prior to the 
adoption of the constitution of 1870, and where jurisdiction is reduced, 
under the act entitled "An act to increase the jurisdiction of county 
courts," in force July 1, 1872, to the sum of five hundred dollars ($500), 
all causes pending wherein the amount claimed to be due is over five 
hundred dollars ($500), and all judgments that may have been rendered 
in said courts lor a sum greater than five hundred dollars ($500), to- 
gether with the files, records and papers pertaining thereto, are hereby 
transferred to the circuit court of their respective counties. 

§ 2. And in all cases where chancery jurisdiction has been conferred, 
upon couuty courts by special enactment, and such chancery jurisdic- 
tion has been repealed, or has ceased to exist, by virtue of said act in 
force July 1, 1872, all causes pending, together with the records, files 
and papers pertaining to such chancery jurisdiction, without regard to 
the amounts in controversy, are hereby transferred to the circuit court 
of the respective county. 

§ 3. All causes transferred from said county courts to the circuit 
courts, as provided in the foregoing sections of this act, may be tried 
and disposed of in said circuit courts in the same manner that they 
might have been in said county courts had their jurisdiction not been 
reduced. 

§ 4. All the records, files and papers pertaining to the cases herein- J 
before transferred, shall be transferred to the said circuit courts, and 



90 COURT — SUPERIOR. 



shall have the same force and effect that they had by law at the time 
said act of 1872 took effect. And after such records, books and papers 
have been transferred to said circuit courts, fee bills and executions 
may issue from such circuit court on judgments rendered in said county 
courts, which said fee bills and executions shall have the same force and 
effect as if issued by said county courts before its jurisdiction was re- 
d need. 

§ 5. All liens which may have been created, and all rights which 
may have accrued under and by virtue of any chancery proceedings in 
said courts, are hereby transferred to said circuit courts, to be there 
preserved and enforced in the same manner as if original jurisdiction 
thereof had been taken by said circuit courts. 

§ 6. Copies of the records of said county courts, writs, judgments, 
executions, decrees and orders thereof, and any return upon any such 
writ by an officer of said courts, or other proceedings, having been had 
in said county courts, when properly certified by the clerk of said cir- 
cuit court, may be read and used in evidence in any court of record in 
this state. 

§ 7. All appeals, writs of error, and all proceedings of any kind 
whatsoever, heretofore taken from or out of said county courts to the 
supreme court of this state, shall, if remanded or returned for any cause, 
be remanded or returned to said circuit courts (of the respective coun- 
ie s where said county court is situated), and have the same force and 
effect in law as if originally begun in said circuit court. 

§ 8. Writs of error and appeals may be taken from the judgments and 
decrees of said county courts to the supreme court as is now provided 
by law ; and the clerks of the circuit courts to which such causes have 
been transferred, shall make up the records and certify them in the same 
manner as if they were commenced in the circuit court. 

§ 9. Whereas, under the decision of the supreme court, the act in 
force July 1, 1872, established a uniform jurisdiction in all the county 
courts of this state ; and whereas, under special enactments many county 
courts were exercising jurisdiction in excess of that established under 
the act of 1872, and many suits were commenced and judgments ren- 
dered for a greater sum than five hundred dollars ($500) : therefore, an 
emergency exists, and this act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved April 25, 1873. 



COTET— STJPEKIOR. 



§ 1. Appointment of Alexander F. Stevenson, 

clerk . 
$ 2. Bond, and delivery of books, etc. 



§ 3. Delivery of books, etc., to bis successor, 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT concerning the Clerks of the Superior Court of Cook county. 

Whereas, under the constitution of this state, the clerks of the su- 
perior court of Chicago, now superior court of Cook county, shall con- 
tinue in office during the terms for which they were respectively elected ; 
and whereas, the term of Augustus Jacobson, the present clerk of said 
court, expires on the nineteenth day of November, A. D. 1873 ; there- 
fore. 



COURTS OF RECORD. 91 



Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That Alexander F. Stevenson, the re- 
maining deputy clerk, shall be the clerk of said superior court of Cook 
county, on and after the said nineteenth day of November, A. D. 1873, 
for and during the remaining portion of his unexpired term, and till his 
successor shall have been duly elected and qualified ; said Stevenson to 
have the same power and perform the same duties as are now possessed 
or required by said Augustus Jacobson, the present clerk of said supe- 
rior court. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of the said Alexander F. Stevenson to give 
a bond payable to the People of the State of Illinois, in the penal sum 
of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000), with security, to be approved by 
the superior court of Cook county, conditioned for the faithful perform- 
ance, by said Stevenson, of the duties of said office ; and as soon as the 
term of said Augustus Jacobson shall expire, and bond shall have been 
given by said Stevenson, as aforesaid, it shall be the duty of said Au- 
gustus Jacobson to deliver to said Alexander F. Stevenson all the books, 
papers and proceedings of said superior court of Cook county, and also 
all fund sthatmay have been deposited with said Jacobson as clerk of 
said court. 

§ 3. The said Stevenson shall, at the expiration of his term of office, 
deliver to his successor in office all the books, papers and moneys apper- 
taining thereto. 

Approved March 20, 1873. 



COUETS OF EECORD. 

§ 1. Defendant to be sued in the county where he resides. In force July 1, 1874. 
AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to practice in courts of record." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section two (2) of an act approved 
February 22, 1872, entitled "An act in regard to practice in courts of 
r< cord," be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows : 

kw § 2. It shall not be lawful for any plaintiff to sue auy defendant 
out of the county where the latter resides or may be found, except in 
local actions, and except that in every species of personal actions in 
law, when there is more than one defendant, the plaintiff commencing 
his action where either of them resides may have his writ or writs 
issued, directed to any county or counties where the other defendant, 
or either of them, may be found : Provided, that if a verdict shall not 
be found, or judgment rendered against the defendant or defendants, 
resideut in the county where the action is commenced, judgment shall 
cot be rendered against those defendants who do not reside in the 
county, unless they appear and defend the action. Actions against a 
railroad company may be brought in the county where its principal 
office is located, or in the county where the cause of action accrued, or 
in any county into or through which its road may run." 

Approved February 12, 1874. 



92 COURTS OF RECORD. 



§ 1. Suits upon default— jury. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section 40 of an act entitled "An act in regard to practice in 
courts of record," approved February 22, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of I llinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 40 of an act entitled "An 
act in regard to practice in courts of record," be and the same is hereby 
amended so as to read as follows : 

" In all suits in the courts of record in this state upon default, when 
the damages are to be assessed, it shall be lawful for the court to hear 
the evidence and assess the damages without a jury for that purpose. 
In all cases where interlocutory judgment shall be given in any action 
brought upon a penal bond, or upon any instrument of writing, for the 
payment of money only, and the damages rest in computation, the court 
may refer it to the clerk, to assess and report the damages, and may 
enter judgment therefor : Provided, that either party may have the 
damages assessed by a jury." 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



§1. Instructions to jury. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section 51 of an act entitled "An act in regard to practice in 

courts of record." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 51 of an act entitled "An 
act in regard to practice in courts of record," approved February 22, 
1872, be so amended as to read as follows : 

" § 51. The court, in charging the jury, shall only instruct as to the 
law of the case." 

Approved January 27, 1874. 



§ 1. Amend section 86 of an act approved Feb- I In force July 1, 1873. 
ruary 22, 1872 — non-resident defendant. I 

AN ACT to amend section eighty-six (86) of an act entitled "An act in regard to 
practice in courts of record," approved February 22, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section eighty-six (86) of an act 
entitled "An act in regard to practice in courts of record," approved 
February 22, 1872, be amended so that said section 86 read as follows : 

" § 86. When any plaintiff in error shall file in the office of the clerk 
of the supreme court an affidavit, showing that any defendant resides, 
or hath gone out of this state, or on due inquiry cannot be found, or is 
concealed within this state, so that process cannot be served upon him, 
and stating the place of residence of such defendant, if known, and 
also the place of residence of the attorney who appeared in the cause 
in the court to which the writ is directed, or that upon diligent inquiry 



CEIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE. 93 

their places of residence cannot be ascertained, the clerk of the supreme 
court shall cause publication to be made in some newspaper published 
in the county iu which the cause was originally instituted, (but if no 
newspaper shall be published in such county, then such notice shall be 
published in a newspaper published nearest to said county,) containing 
notice Of the pendency of such suit, the names of the parties thereto, 
the title of the court, and the time and place of the return of summons 
in the case ; and he shall also, within ten days of the first publication 
of such notice, send a copy thereof by mail, addressed to such defen- 
dant and attorney, whose places of residence are stated in such affida- 
vit. The certificate of the clerk that he has sent such notice in pursu- 
ance of this section, shall be evidence. Such notice shall be published 
for four successive weeks, the first insertion of which said notice shall 
be at least forty days before the first day of the term of court to which 
said writ is made returnable; and unless said time has intervened, no 
proceedings therein shall be had at said term, but the said cause shall 
stand continued to the next term of said court : Provided, that in case 
both parties appear and consent to a hearing, the said cause may -then 
be heard." 
Approved April 24, 1873. 



CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE. 



5 1. Intimidation — combination — entering coal In force July 1, 1873. 

banks after being prohibited— entering 
coal banks to commit injury or intimi- 
date workmen. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to amend chapter 30 of the Revised Sta- 
tutes, entitled 'Criminal Jurisprudence,' " approved February 13, 1803. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That an act entitled "An act to amend 
chapter 30 of the Revised Statutes, entitled 'Criminal Jurisprudence,' " 
approved February 13, 1863, be and the same is hereby amended so as 
to read as follows : 

" § 1. If any person shall, by threat, intimidation or unlawful inter- 
ference, seek to prevent any other person from working, or from obtain- 
ing work, at any lawful business on any terms that he or she may see 
fit, such person so offending shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, 
and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum not exceeding $100. 

" § 2. If any two or more persons shall combine, for the purpose of 
depriving the owner or possessor of property of its lawful use and man- 
agement, or of preventing by threats, suggestions of danger or any un- 
lawful means, any person or persons from being employed by, or obtain- 
ing employment from any such owner or possessor of property, on such 
terms as the parties concerned may agree upon, such persons so offend- 
ing shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof 
shall be fined in any sum not exceeding $500, or imprisoned in the 
county jail not exceeding six months. 

" § 3. If any person shall enter the coal banks of another without 
the expressed or implied consent of the owner or manager thereof, after 



94 DITCHES AND LEYEES. 

notice that such entry is prohibited for any unlawful purpose, such per- 
son shall, on conviction thereof, be fined in auy sum not exceeding ^500 
or imprisoned in the county jail not more than six months. 

" § 4. If any person shall enter the coal banks of another with intent 
to commit injury thereto, or by threats, intimidations, or other unlawful 
proceedings, to cause any person employed therein to leave his employ- 
ment, such person shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on 
conviction thereof be fined in any sum not exceeding $500, or impris- 
oned in the county jail not exceeding six months, or both." 

Approved March 19, 1873. 



DITCHES AND LEYEES. 



§ 1. Amend act approved April 24, 1871, to allow 

interest on installments. 
§ 2. Legalizing acts heretofore done. 



§ 3. Not to impair any assessment or bond here- 
tofore made. 
In force April 29, 1873. 



AN ACT to amend "An act to provide for the construction and protection of drains, 
ditches, levees, and other works," approved April 24, 1871. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section thirty (30), of an act enti- 
tled "An act to provide for the construction and protection of drains, 
ditches, levees and other works," approved April 24, 1871, be amended, 
so as to read as follows : 

"§ 30. In case the assessment for benefits shall be payable in install- 
ments, such installments shall draw interest at the rate of ten per 
centum per annum, payable annually, from tbe time of the confirmation 
of the assessment roll, or from such subsequent date as the court shall 
direct, until they are paid ; and such interest may be collected and 
enforced in the same manner as the assessment or any installment 
thereof." 

§ 2. That every order of confirmation heretofore made by any court 
of any assessment roll, in which interest is ordered or adjudged to be 
paid on installments from the time of such confirmation or a date therein 
named, or in the manner provided in the preceding section, is hereby 
ratified and confirmed, and the interest may be collected and enforced 
on the several sums in said order mentioned, from the respective dates 
or times set forth in the payment thereof in such order of confirmation, 
as the same falls due, in like manner as the principal of the assessment. 

§ 3. This act shall not be construed to impair any assessment made 
or confirmed, or any bonds or other evidence of indebtedness issued 
under the act to which this is an amendment. 

§4. Whereas, work is in progress and debts have been contracted 
therefor, and an emergency has therefore arisen that this law should 
take effect from and after its passage, in order more effectually to pro- 
vide that interest may be paid on deferred assessments, under the pro- 
visions of this act, and the act to which this is an amendment ; 
therefore, 

Be it enacted, that this law shall be in force and take effect from and 
after its passage. 

Approved April 29, 1873. 






ELECTIONS. 95 



ELECTIONS. 



§ 1. Amend act approved April 3, 1872, to fix time I In force July 1, 1873. 

for election of judges of the superior court. | 

AN ACT to amend section 13 of an act entitled -An act in regard to elections, and 
to provide for filling vacancies in elective offices," approved April 3, A. D. 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 13 of the act entitled "An 
act in regard to elections, and to provide for filling vacancies in elective 
offices," approved April 3, A. D. 1872, be amended to read as follows ; 
"The judges of the superior court of Cook county shall be elected as 
follows: One on Tuesday next after the first Monday of November, in 
the year of our Lord 1873, and every six years thereafter; one on Tues- 
day next after the first Monday of November, in the year of our Lord 
1875, and every six years thereafter; and one on Tuesday next after 
the first Monday of November, in the year of our Lord 1877, and every 
six years thereafter." 

Approved April 11, 1873. 



§ 1. Vacancies in offices of clerks of courts. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section 132 of an act entitled "An act in regard to elections and to 
provide for filling vacancies in elective offices," approved April 3, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 132 of an act entitled "An 
act in regard to elections, and to provide for filling vacancies in elective 
offices," approved April 3, 1872, be so amended as to read as follows : 
. " § 132. When a vacancy shall occur in the office of clerk of the su- 
preme court or in the office of the clerk of the superior court, or clerk 
of the circuit court of any of the counties in this state, and the unex- 
pired term of such clerk shall exceed one year, it shall be the duty of 
the court, or if in vacation, of the judge or judges of the court in which 
such vacancy may occur, to appoint a clerk pro tempore; and such 
appointee shall qualify in the same manner, and give bond as required 
by law of the clerk of the court to which he is appointed, to be ap- 
proved by the court, or if in vacation by the judge or judges making 
the appointment ; and thereupon such appointee shall be authorized to 
perform all duties and receive all emoluments allowed by law to the 
duly elected clerk of such court, and shall hold such office until an elec- 
tion can be held to fill the same, as provided by the act to which this is 
an amendment, and until the person so elected shall have qualified 
according to law. Whenever an appointment shall be made, as pro- 
vided by this act, it shall be the duty of the court, or the judge or 
judges making such appointment, to notify the governor forthwith of 
the vacancy filled by such appointment; and upon receiving such no- 
tice, it shall be the duty of the governor, as soon thereafter as may be 
practicable, to issue a writ of election as in other cases of vacancies to 
be filled by election, in the same manner as if no appointment had been 



96 ELECTIONS. 



made; and when any such vacancy shall occur, and the unexpired term 
does not exceed one year, such vacancy shall be filled by appointment 
by the court to which such office appertains, or by the judge or judges 
thereof." 
Approved February 9, 1874. 



§ 1. Sections amended and repealed. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend sections one (1), two (2), four (4), seven (7), nine (9) and twelve (12), 
of an act entitled "An act for the registry of electors, and to prevent fraudulent 
voting," approved February 15, 1865, and to repeal section ten (10) of said act. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 1 of said act be amended 
so as to read as follows : 

" § 1. That the persons. authorized by law, or appointed pursuant 
to any town or city ordinance to act as judges or inspectors of elections 
in any town, city or ward, or other election district or precinct in 
this state, shall constitute a u board of registry " for their respective 
towns, cities and wards, districts or precincts, and shall meet on Tues- 
day, three weeks preceding any state election, at nine o'clock A. M., 
and proceed to make a list, as hereinafter prescribed, of all persons 
qualified and entitled to vote at the ensuing election in the election dis- 
trict of which they are judges or inspectors ; which list, when completed, 
shall constitute and be known as the "register" of electors of said elec- 
tion district.." 

That section 2 of said act be amended so as to read as follows : 

" § 2. Said registers shall each contain a list of the persons so quali- 
fied and entitled to vote in said election district, alphabetically ar- 
ranged, according to their respective surnames, so as to show, in one 
column, the name at full length, and in another column, in cities, tl e 
residence, by the number of the dwelling, if there be a number, and 
the name of the street or other location of the dwelling place of each 
person, It shall be the duty of said board to enter in said lists the 
names of all persons residing in their election district, whose name ap- 
pears on the poll list kept in said district at the last preceding election ; 
in cities the number of the dwelling and name of the street or other 
location, if the same shall be known to, or can be ascertained by such, 
board ; and for this purpose, said board are authorized to take from the 
office in which they are filed, the poll lists made and filed by the judges 
or inspectors of such district, at the election held next prior to the mak- 
ing of such register. In making said list, the board shall enter thereon, 
in addition to the names on the poll list, the names of all other persens 
who are well known to them to be electors in said district; and the 
names of all persons on the poll list who have died or removed from 
the district shall be omitted from the register. The said board shall 
complete, as far as practicable, the said register on the day of their 
meeting, aforesaid, and shall make two copies thereof, and certify the 
register and each of the copies to be a true list of the voters in their 
district, so far as the same are known. Within two days tin r after the 
said original list, together with the list taken from the office, as afore- 
said, shall be filed by said board in the office of the town clerk of the 



ELECTIONS. 97 



town in which said election district may be ; tmt in couuties not adopt- 
ing township organization said list shall be filed with the judges or 
inspectors of election of the proper district, or if such election district 
is in a city, then it shall be filed in the office of the city clerk of said 
city 5 and one copy of said list shall be kept by one of said judges or 
inspectors, and carefully preserved by him for their use on the day or 
days hereinafter mentioned, for the revision and correction of the same. 
One copy of said list shall, immediately after its completion, be posted 
in some conspicuous place where the last preceding election in said dis- 
trict was held, and be accessible to any elector who may desire to ex- 
amine the same or make copies thereof. Any person who shall take 
down, tear down or deface any list so posted, shall be deemed guilty of 
misdemeanor, and shall be punished by a fine of $50, or by imprison- 
ment in the county jail for the term of sixty days, or by both fine and 
imprisonment." 
That section 4 of said act be so amended as to read as follows : 
'• § 4. The said board shall again meet on Tuesday of the week pre- 
ceding the said election, in their respective election districts, at the 
place designated for holding the polls of the election, for the purpose of 
revising, correcting aud completing said lists, ami for this purpose, in 
cities, they shall -meet at eight o'clock in the morning, and remain in 
session until nine o'clock P. M.; and in other districts they shall meet 
at nine o'clock in the morning and remain in session until four o'clock 
P. M." 

That section 7 of said act be so amended as to read as follows: 
" § 7. After said lists shall have been fully completed, the said 
board shall, within three days thereafter, cause two copies of the same 
to be made, each of which shall be certified by them to be a correct list 
of the voters of their district; one of which shall be tiled in the office 
of the town clerk of towns, and in the office of city clerks of cities ; and 
one of which copies shall be delivered to said judges or inspectors. It 
shall be the duty of the said judges or inspectors so receiving such list, 
carefully to preserve the said list for their use on election day, and to 
designate two of their number, at the opening of the polls, to check the 
name of every voter voting in such district whose name is on the regis- 
ter. No vote shall be received at any state election in this state, if the 
name of the person offering to vote be not on the said register made on 
the Tuesday preceding the election, unless the person offering to vote 
shall furnish to the judges of the election his affidavit, in writing, 
stating therein that he is an inhabitant of said district and entitled to 
vote therein at such election, and prove, by the oath of a householder 
and registered voter of the district in which he offers to vote, that he 
knows such person to be an inhabitant of the district, and if in any 
city, giving the residence of such person within said district. The oath 
may be administered by one of the judges or inspectors of the election, 
at the poll where the vote shall be offered, or by any other person au- 
thorized to administer oaths, but no person shall be authorized to 
receive compensation for administering the oath. Said oath shall be 
preserved aud filed in the office of the town or city clerk, or in case 
there be no clerk, then said oath shall be filed with and preserved by 
the judges or inspectors of the proper district. Any person may be 
challenged, and the same oaths shall be put as now or hereafter may 
be prescribed by law." 



98 EVIDENCE AND DEPOSITIONS. 

That section 9 of said act be so amended as to read as follows : 
"§ 9. After the canvass of the votes, one of said register so kept 
and checked, as aforesaid, shall be attached together, an* shall, on the 
following day, be filed in the town or city clerk's office (as the case may 
be) in which said district may be, or in case there be no such clerk, then 
such poll lists and register shall be filed with and preserved by the 
judges or inspectors, to be used by the board of registry in making the 
list of voters at the next state election ; the other of said poll lists and 
registers, so kept and checked, shall be returned to the office of the 
county clerk in the county in which said district may be, at the same 
time the returns of the election are made." 

That section 12 of said act be so amended as to read as follows : 
"§ 12. That the members of the board of registration shall each re- 
ceive $2 per day for each day actually employed in the making and 
completion of the registry, not exceeding two days, to be paid to them 
at the time and in the manner in which they are paid their other fees." 

§ 2. That section ten (10) of said act be and the same is hereby re- 
pealed. 
Approved March 27, 1874. 



§ 1. City officers of Macomb — section repealed. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to repeal section two (2) of an act entitled "An act tOiauthorize the city of 
Macomb to elect supervisors and other officers," approved February 28, A. D. 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of I llinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section two (2) of an act entitled 
"An act to authorize the city of Macomb to elect supervisors and other 
officers," approved February 23, A. D. 1867, be and the same is hereby 
repealed. 

Approved February 11, 1874. 



EVIDENCE AND DEPOSITIONS. 



§ 1. Husband and wife as witness. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section five (5) of an act entitled "An act in regard to evidence 
and depositions in civil cases," approved March 29, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section five (5) of an act entitled 
"An act in regard to evidence and depositions in civil cases," approved 
March 29, 1872, be and the same is hereby amended, so as to read as 
follows, to- wit : 

" § 5. No husband or wife shall, by virtue of section 1 of this act, be 
rendered competent to testify for or against each other as to any trans- 
action or conversation occurring during the marriage, whether called as 
a witness during the existence of the marriage, or after its dissolution, 
except in cases where the wife would, if unmarried, be plaintiff or de- 
fendant, or where the cause of action grows out of a personal wrong or 



FEES AND SALARIES. 99 



injury done by one to the other, or grows out of the neglect of the hus- 
band to furnish the wife with a suitable support ; and except in cases 
where the litigation shall be concerning the separate property of the 
wife, and suits for divorce; and except also in actions upon policies of 
insurance of property, so far as relates to the amount and value of the 
property alleged to be injured or destroyed, or in actions against car- 
riers, so far as relates to the loss of property and the amount and value 
thereof; or in all matters of business transactions where the transac- 
tion was had and conducted by such married woman as tbe agent of 
her husband ; in all of which cases the husband and wife may testify 
for or against each other, in the same manner as other parties may, 
under the provisions of this act: Provided, that nothing in this section 
contained shall be construed to authorize or permit any such husband 
or wife to testify to any admissions or conversations of the other, whether 
made by him to her or by her to him, or by either to third persons, ex- 
cept in suits or causes between such husband or wife." 
Approved January 21, 1874. 



§ 1. Interpreters. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section forty-seven (47) of an act entitled "An act in regard to 
evidence and depositions in civil cases," approved March 29, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section forty- seven (47) of an act 
entitled "An act in regard to evidence and depositions in civil cases," 
approved March 29, A. D. 1872, be and the same is hereby amended, so 
that the same shall read as follows : " Interpreters may be sworn truly 
to interpret, when necessary." 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



FEES AND SALAEIES. 

§ 1. Amend section 40, act approved March i § 2. Amend section 41. 

29, 1872. If force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to amend sections forty (40) and forty-one (41) of an act entitled "An act 
to fix the. salaries of State officers; of the judges of the circuit courts and superior 
court of Cook county ; of the State's attorneys ; of the judges and prosecuting attor- 
neys of inferior courts in cities and towns ; of the county officers of Cook county ; 
to regulate the fees of the Secretary of State and of the clerks of the supreme court ; 
to classify the counties according to population, and to fix the scale of fees for 
county officers in each class; to establish the fees of masters in chancery, notaries 
public, commissioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, constables 
and all town officers; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix 
a penalty for exacting illegal fees," approved March 29, A. D. 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section forty of the above entitled 
act be and the same is hereby amended, so as to read as follows, to- wit : 

For taking and certifying acknowledgment of a deed, mortgage, power 
of attorney, or other writing, twenty-five cents. 



100 FEES AND SALARIES. 



For acknowledgment of chattel mortgage, thirty-five cents, and fifteen 
cents for each folio over one hundred words for docketing the same. 

For administering oath to affidavit, when drawn by justice, thirty-five 
cents. 

For administering oath to affidavit, when not drawn by justice, ten 
cents. 

For taking each bond, thirty-five cents. 

For taking bail, fifty cents. 

For each certificate required to be made, when not part of any other 
act, thirty five cents. 

For taking each complaint in writing, under oath, thirty-five cents. 

For docketing each suit, twenty-five cents. 

For taking deposition, for each one hundred words, fifteen cents. 

For issuing dedimus to take deposition of witnesses, fifty cents. 

For entering verdict of jury, fifteen cents. 

For entering judgments, twenty-five cents. 

For issuing each execution, twenty-five cents. 

For entering continuance, or any other order in the case, fifteen cents. 

For entering each appeal, twenty-five cents. 

For entering satisfaction of judgment, ten cents. 

For entering the award of referees, fifty cents. 

For administering oaths and trial, making all entries in cases of es- 
trays, and making and transmitting a certificate thereof to the county 
clerk, one dollar. 

For each marriage ceremony performed, and certificate thereof, two 
dollars. 

For each mittimus, thirty-five cents. 

For giving each notice, twenty -five cents. 

For administering oath, five cents. 

For each summons or warrant, twenty-five cents. 

For each subpena, twenty-five cents. 

For each venire, in all cases, twenty-five cents. 

For each scire facias, thirty-five cents. 

For issuing each attachment or writ of possession, fifty cents. 

For taking recognizances, and returning the same, fifty cents. 

For transcript in change of venue, fifty cents. 

For transcript of judgment and proceedings in cases of appeal, fifty 
cents. 

For transcript of judgment to obtain lien on real estate, one dollar. 

For the trial of all contested cases, in counties of the first and second 
class, a per diem of two dollars, except in cases of judgment by confes- 
sion or default. In all counties of the first and second class, the fees of 
justices of the peace, police magistrates, constables, jurors and witnesses 
in criminal cases, shall be the same as those allowed for similar services 
in civil cases; and in all criminal cases, where the fees cannot be col- 
lected of the party convicted, or where the prosecution fails, the county 
board may, in its discretion, direct that the cost of the prosecution, or 
so much thereof as shall seem just and equitable, shall be paid out of 
the county treasury : Provided, that the costs in criminal and quasi 
criminal prosecutions for the violation of an ordinance of an incorpora- 
ted city or town, where the provisions of the charters of such towns or 
cities do not prohibit the payment of such costs, may be paid by such 
city or town, in the discretion of the city council or board of trustees of 
such incorporated cities or towns. 



FEES AND SALARIES. 101 



FEES OF CONSTABLES IN COUNTIES OF FIRST AND SECOND CLASS. 

§ 2. That section forty one (41) of the above entitled act be and the 
same is hereby amended so as to read as follows, to-wit : 

For advertising property for sale, fifty cents. 

For attending trial and waiting on a jury, fifty cents. 

For each day's attendance in the circuit court when required, to be 
paid out of the county treasury, two dollars and fifty cents. 

For taking and approving replevin bond, fifty cents. 

For takiug and approving forthcoming bond or special bail, fifty 
cents. 

Commissions on sales not exceeding ten dollars, ten per cent., and on 
the excess of that amount, five per cent. ; and in cases when an execu- 
tion in the hands of any constable shall be settled by the parties, or 
paid, or when tbe property levied on shall not be sold, by reason of such 
settlement or payment, the constable shall be allowed five per cent, on 
the first ten dollars, and two and one-half per cent, on the excess. 

For mileage, when serving a warrant, summons, subpena or other 
process, five cents per mile, each way, for actual distance traveled by 
him in making such service, the distance to be computed from the office 
of the justice to the residence of each person served. 

For mileage in taking a person to jail, from the office of the justice, 
ten cents per mile, and all actual and necessary expenses incurred, to 
be paid out of the county treasury. 

For serving and returning a summons, thirty-five cents ; warrant for 
each person served, fifty cents. 

For serving and returning a writ of replevin or attachment, for each 
person served, fifty cents. 

For serviug a subpena, for each person served, twenty-five cents. 

For serving venire, fifty cents. 

For serving writ of restitution, in cases of forcible entry and de- 
tainer, one dollar, and necessary expenses of assistants, to be deter- 
mined by the justice. 

For serving and returning each execution, fifty cents. 

For serving mittimus, fifty cents. 

For serving a warrant on appraisers, in cases of estrays, twenty-five 
cents. 

Approved May 2, 1873. 



§ 1. Amend section 44 of an act approved March 29, 1872. In force Jnly 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to amend section forty-four (44) of an act entitled '-An act to fix the sala- 
ries of State officers ; of the judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook 
county ; of the State's attorneys ; of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior 
courts in cities and towns ; of the county officers of Cook county ; to regulate the 
fees of the Secretary of State and of the clerks of the supreme court ; to classify the 
counties according to population, and fix the scale of fees for county officers in 
each class ; to establish the fees of masters-in-ehancery, notaries public, commis- 
sioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, constables, and all town 
officers ; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix a penalty for 
exacting illegal fees," approved March 29, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That seetion forty-four (41) of said act 
be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows : 



102 FEES AND SALARIES. 



"§44. There shall be allowed and paid to grand and petit jurors, 
for their services in attending courts of record, the sum of $1 50 per 
day for every day of necessary attendance at such courts as such jurors, 
and also five cents per mile each way for necessary travel, to be paid 
out of the county treasury. Whenever any person shall be summoned 
as talesman to attend any court as a petit juror, and shall be detained 
as such longer than one day, such person so summoned shall be allowed 
mileage from the place of holding courts to the residence of such juror, 
in the same manner as though such person had been originally selected 
aud summoned. When a jury shall be called in any case in the county 
court sitting for probate business, and not being on the panel for the 
term, there shall be allowed to each juror the sum of fifty cents, to be 
taxed as costs in the case. The clerk of the court shall furnish to each 
of the jurors aforesaid (and without fee), whenever he shall be discharged 
from further service by the court, at auy term thereof, a certificate of 
the number of days he may have attended at such term ; and upon pre- 
sentation thereof to the county treasurer, he shall pay to such person 
the sum above provided for hi£ serving. That jurors in courts of record, 
in counties of the third class, shall receive only for their services ten 
cents per mile, actual travel, going and coming to place of holding court; 
but no oftener than once coining and going to place of holding court 
shall be considered in computing the mileage of jurors during the term 
for which they shall be summoned to serve as jurors." 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



§ 1. Section 44, of act of 187-2, amended. In force January 24, 1874. 

$ 2. Emergency. 

AN ACT to amend section forty-four (44) of an act entitled "An act to fix the sala- 
ries of State officers; of the judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook 
county ; of the State's attorneys ; of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior 
courts in cities and towns; of the county officers of Cook county; to regulate the 
fees of the Secretary of State, and of the clerks of the supreme court; to classify 
the counties according to population, and fix the scale of fees for county officers 
in each class; to establish the fees of niasters-in-chancery, notaries public, commis- 
sioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, constables, and all town 
officers; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, ;fhd to fix a penalty for 
exacting illegal fees," approved March 29, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section forty-four (44) of said act 
be so amended as to read as follows : 

"§44. There shall be allowed and paid to grand and petit jurors, 
for their services in attending courts of record, the sum of $1 50 per 
day for every day of necessary attendance at such courts as such jurors, 
and also five cents per mile each way for necessary travel, to be paid 
out of the county treasury. Whenever any person shall be summoned 
as talesman to attend court as a petit juror, and shall be detained as 
such longer than one day, such person so summoned shall be allowed 
mileage from the place of holding courts to the residence of such juror, 
in the same manner as though such person had been originally selected 
and summoned. When a jury shall be called in any case in the county 
court, sitting for probate business, and not being on the panel for the 
term, there shall be allowed to each juror the sum of fifty cents, to be 



FEES AND SALARIES. 103 



taxed as costs in the case. The clerk of the court shall furnish to each 
of the jurors aforesaid (and Avithout fee), whenever he shall be discharged 
from further service by the court, at any term thereof, a certificate of 
the number of days he may have attended at such term, and upon pre- 
sentation thereof to the county treasurer, he shall pay to such person 
the sum above provided for his serving. That jurors in courts of record, 
in counties of the third class, shall receive only for their services the 
sum of $2 per day, and five cents per mile, actual travel, going and 
coming to place of holding court ; but no oftener than once corning and 
going to place of holding court shall be considered in computing the 
mileage of jurors during the term for which they shall be summoned to 
serve as jurors." 

§ 2. Whereas there is no provision of law for the payment of jurors 
for their services in counties of the third class, and thereby an emer- 
gency exists that this act shall take effect and be in force from and 
after its passage. 

Approved January 24, 1874. 



^ 1. Amend section 46, act of 1872. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section forty-six of an act entitled "An act to fix the salaries of 
state officers, and the judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook 
county; of the State's attorneys ; of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of infe- 
rior courts in cities and towns; of the county officers of Cook county; to regulate 
the fees of the Secretary of State, and of the clerks of the supreme court; to classify 
the counties according to population, and fix the scale of fees for county officers 
in each class; to establish the fees of masters in chancery, notaries public, com- 
missioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, constables, and all 
town officers ; to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix a penalty 
for exacting illegal fees," approved March 29, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 4G of said act be so amended 
as to read as follows : 

" § 46. There shall be allowed to each juror in a civil case before a 
justice of the peace, other than in cases for the condemnation of private 
property for public use, the sum of 50 cents ; such fee to be paid in ad- 
vance by the party calling the jury, and charged as costs in the cause : 
Provided, that when any trial shall exceed one day, each juror shall re- 
ceive the sum of 50 cents per day for each additional day, to be taxed 
as costs in the cause. In cases for the condemnation of private prop- 
erty for public use, before justices of the peace, jurors shall receive the 
sum of $1 per day each, to be taxed as costs in the cause." 

Approved March 10, 1874. 



104 FEES AND SALARIES. 



§ 1. Amend section 51, act of 1872. In force July 1, 1871. 

AN ACT to amend "An act entitled ' an act to fix the salaries of state officers; of. 
the judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook county; of the State's 
attorneys; of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in cities and 
towns; of the county officers of Cook county; to regulate the fees of the Secretary 
of State, and of the clerks of the supreme court ; to classify the counties according 
to population, and fix the scale of fees for county officers in each class; to estab- 
lish the fees of masters in chancery, notaries public, commissioners, arbitrators, 
jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, constables, and all town officers; to provide 
the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix a penalty for exacting illegal fees," 
approved March 29, 1872; in force July 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 51 of said act be so amended 
as to read as follows : 

" Every county officer hereinbefore mentioned who shall be paid, in 
whole or in part, by fees, shall, in a book to be kept for that purpose, com- 
mencing on the first day of July, in the year of our Lord 1874, keep a 
a full, true and minute account of all the fees and emoluments of his 
office, designating in corresponding columns the amount of all fees and 
emoluments earned, and all payments received on account thereof, and 
showing the name of each person or persons paying fees, and the amount 
received from each person, and shall also keep an account of all expen- 
ditures made by him on account of clerk hire, stationery, fuel and other 
expenses, for keeping which book no fee shall be allowed such officer. 
Every such officer who shall be paid in whole or in part by fees, shall, 
on the first day of December, in the year of our Lord 1874, and on the 
first day of each June and December following, make to the chairman 
of the county board of supervisors in the counties under township or- 
ganization, and to the county judge in other counties, until the county 
board shall be elected therein, and thereafter to said county board in 
such counties, a return in writing of all the fees and emoluments of his 
office, of every name and character — which said report shall show the 
gross amount of the earnings of said office ; the total amount of receipts 
of whatever name or character, and all necessary expenses for clerk 
hire, stationery, fuel and other expenses, for the half year ending at 
the time of such report, or the portion thereof during which he shall 
be entitled to receive the fees herein provided for, together with the 
amount of his salary, which shall include any unpaid balance of his 
salary that may have remained due and uncollected at the time of ma- 
king any previous return to the time of making such report. 

" Such reports shall designate the service for which such amounts 
have been charged or received in such manner that the same may be 
identified with the account thereof upon the books of such officer, and 
shall show fully the amouut earned and the amount received. Said 
county board or county judge, as the case may be, shall carefully audit 
and examine every such report, and ascertain the exact balance of such 
fees, if any, held by such officer after such expenses as said board may 
approve and allow, and such salary and unpaid balance of salary from 
previous return shall have been deducted from the gross amount shown 
oy such report to have been paid into or collected by such officer, and 
shall order that such officer shall pay over such balance to the county 
treasurer, whose receipt therefor shall be evidence of the settlement by 
such officer of such report ; but if there shall appear to be a balance of 
salary dv to sucB officer at the time of making such report, and su n h , 



FEES AND I SALARIES. 105 



officer shall have previously paid into the county treasury any fees col- 
lected by him, the board shall make an order on the county treasurer 
in favor of such officer for the balance so found due to him : Provided, 
the amount of such order shall not exceed the amount of fees previously 
paid into the treasury by such officer. Every such report shall be signed 
and verified by the affidavit of the officer making the same, which affi- 
davit shall be substantially of the following form : 

'State of Illinois, ) 

County, i 

I, , do solemnly swear that the foregoing account is, in all respects, just and true, according 

to my best knowledge and belief; and that I have neither received, directly or indirectly, nor directly 
or indirectly agreed to receive, or be paid for my own or another's benefit, any other money, article or 
consideration than therein stated; nor am I entitled to any fee or emolument for the period therein 
mentioned, other than those therein specified. 
Signed and sworn to before me this — - day of , 18 — . 

"if there shall be any balance of salary due and unpaid to any such 
officer at the time of making the last return at the close of his term of 
office, and there be not a sufficient amount of fees collected by such 
officer remaining in the county treasury to pay such balance, it shall be 
paid to him out of fees earned by him during his term of office, when 
afterwards collected by his successor. 

"The officer making such return shall, in no case, include in his re- 
port any charge previously reported, but shall make a separate report 
of all fees and emoluments which shall have been previously returned 
" not received," and which shall have been paid during the half year 
previous to making any report, designating them as in other cases, and 
indicating in what half year the same were earned. Any such officer 
failing or refusing to make such return, or to pay any such balance as 
aforesaid to the county treasurer, shall forfeit and pay the sum of $100, 
to be recovered by a common informer in any court of competent juris- 
diction, one-half to be paid to such informer, and the balance into the 
county treasury. It is hereby made the duty of the chairman of the 
county board of supervisors, or county judge, as the case may be, to 
whom a return is made as aforesaid, to immediately transmit the aggre- 
gate amount of each return to the secretary of state, to be filed in his 
office for the use of the general assembly." 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



§ 1. Title of act of 1872 amended In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend the title of an act entitled "An act to fix the salaries of state 
officers; of the judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook county; of 
the State's attorneys; of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in 
cities and towns ; of the county officers of Cook county ; to regulate the fees of the 
Secretary of State, and of the clerks of the supreme court ; to classify the counties 
according to population, and fix the scale of fees for county officers in each 
class ; to establish the fees of masters in chancery, notaries public, commissioners, 
arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, constables, and all town officers; 
to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix a penalty for exacting 
illegal fees," in force July 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the title of the above entitled act 
be amended to read as follows, to- wit : "An act concerning fees and 
salaries, and to classify the several counties of this state with reference 
thereto." 

Approved March 28, 1874. 
—11 



106 FERRIES — GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



FERRIES. 

§ 1. Authority to establish. In force July 1, 1874. 
AN ACT to authorize the establishment of a ferry across the Illinois river. 

Whereas, by an act entitled "An act authorizing Smith Frye, of 
Peoria county, to establish a ferry across the Illinois river," the said 
Smith Frye, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, were 
authorized to establish and maintain a ferry across the Illinois river from 
the northeast fractional quarter of section twenty-six (26), township 
number nine (9) north, range eight (8) east, of the fourth principal 
meridian, in Peoria county, aud running across said river to fractional 
section three, in township twenty-six north, range four west, in Tazewell 
county, or from any other land near to or adjoining the same, then 
owned, or which might thereafter be purchased, by the said Smith Frye, 
his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, and to so maintain said 
ferry for the period of fifty years ; and whereas it was also provided by 
said act that no other ferry should be established within one and one-half 
miles of the ferry established by said act by the county court or other 
courts of either of said counties of Peoria or Tazewell during the said 
period, nor by any other authority, except that of the general assembly 
of the state, nor by the general assembly, unless the public good should 
require the same ; aud whereas it is made to appear to the general as- 
sembly that the public good requires the establishment of another ferry 
across said river south of said ferry, within less than one and one-half 
miles thereof; therefore, ft 

Section 1. Be it enacted by tlie People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That full power and authority is hereby 
given to the county boards of each and all of the counties that are or 
may be concerned in the establishment thereof, at any place within the 
said distance, in such manner and upon such condition as is or may be 
provided by law with reference to granting ferry rights, and to confer 
any and all powers upon any persons or corporations that shall establish 
such ferry, that might have been conferred if said exclusive right had 
never been granted. 

Approved January 27, 1874. 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



§ 1. Amend act approved February 17, 1851 ; duty i j n f orce j u iy i 1873. 

of Geologist and Secretary of State. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act for a geological and mineralogical survey 
of the State of Illinois," approved February 17, 1851. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section four (4) of 'An act for a 
geological and mineralogical survey of the state of Illinois," approved 
February 17, 1851, be and the same is hereby amended, so as to read as 
follows : 



GTTALDIANS AND WARDS. 107 



"§ 4. It shall be the duty of said geologist to procure and preserve 
a full and entire suit of the different specimens found in the state, and 
cause them to be delivered to the secretary of state, who shall cause 
them to be properly arranged in a cabinet, and deposited in some apart- 
ment in or convenient to the capitol. Said suit shall be sufficiently 
large to furnish specimens to all institutions of learning within the state 
which are empowered to confer degrees in the arts or sciences, to the 
state normal schools, to the industrial university at Champaign, and to 
all chartered institutions of science located in this state which publish 
their proceedings, and which keep up a regular system of exchanges 
with other like institutions." 

Approved April 29, 1873. 



GUARDIANS AKD WARDS. 



§ 1. Section 3 of act of 1872, amended. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to guardians and wards," ap- 
proved April 10, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section three (3) of said act be and 
the same is hereby amended to read as follows, to-wit : 

"§ 3. If a minor is under the age of fourteen years, the county court 
may nominate and appoint his guardian. If he is above that age, he 
may nominate his own guardian, who, if approved by the court, shall 
be appointed accordingly; if not approved by the court, or if the minor 
resides out of the state, or if, after being cited, he neglects to nominate 
a suitable person, the court may nominate and appoint his guardian in 
the same manner as if he was under the age of fourteen years : Provi- 
ded, that in all cases when a guardian has been appointed by the court 
while the minor was under the age of fourteen years, such minor, on 
attaining the age of fourteen years, may, at his election, nominate his 
own guardian, who shall be appointed by the court if deemed a suitable 
person, and the new guardian so appointed shall supersede the former 
one, whose functions shall thenceforth cease and determine, and it 
shall be the duty of the former guardian to deliver up to his successor 
all the goods, chattels, moneys, title papers and other effects belonging 
to such minor in like manner and subjtct to the same penalties as are 
provided in the fortieth (40th) section of this act, upon the removal, 
death or resignation of a guardian." 

Approved March 23, 1874. 



108 



INSANE ASYLUMS. 



INSANE ASYLUM. 



§ 1. Governor to appoint five trustees. 

§ 2. Duties of superintendent. 

§ 3. Duties of employees. 

§ 4. Who shall be admitted. 

§ 5. Duties of trustees. 

§ 6. To make biennial report to governor. 

§ 7. Executive committee to fix compensation. 

§ 8. Proclamation. 

§ 9. "What laws shall govern. 



§ 10. 
§11. 
§ 12. 



§ 13. 



Steward's duties and term of office. 
Limitation of the office of commissioners- 
Trustees to be governed by the same 

laws that govern the normal school, at 

Normal. 
Commissioners duties to cease when 

building is completed. 
In force May 2, 1873. 



AN ACT to provide for the appointment of a board of trustees and a steward for the 
Southern Illinois Insane Asylum, and a board of trustees for the Southern Illinois 
Normal School, and to prescribe the duties of such boards of trustees and steward. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the governor of the state of Illinois 
be and he is hereby authorized and empowered, by and with the advice 
and consent of the senate, to appoint rive trustees for the Southern Illi- 
nois Insane Asylum, and five trustees for the Southern Illinois Normal 
School. The trustees for said asylum shall serve for the same term and 
in the same manner as is provided by law for the trustees of the Illinois 
Hospital for the Insane, at Jacksonville. 

§ 2. It shall be the duty of said board of trustees for said asylum to 
appoint a steward and superintendent, who shall be a properly qualified 
physician, and shall reside in the asylum. Said superintendent shall 
have charge of the patients placed therein, and the entire control of all 
assistants, employees and inmates ; his term of appointment shall be two 
years : Provided, however, that he shall be subject to removal for incom- 
petency or for infidelity to his trust. His salary shall be fixed by the 
board of trustees, and when so fixed, shall not be increased or reduced 
during the period for which he shall have been appointed. 

§ 3. The said board of trustees shall also appoint all necessary as- 
sistant physicians, and employ or authorize to be employed all attend- 
ants and other persons whose services may be necessary in the manage- 
ment of the asylum, and prescribe and regulate the duties of all persons 
so appointed and employed, and provide for the medical treatment of all 
inmates. 

§ 4. Insane and distracted persons residing in this state will be com- 
mitted to and provided for in said asylum, whenever there shall be suf- 
ficient room for their accommodation, in such order and under such re- 
strictions as said board of trustees may adopt, and as shall be provided 
by law. 

§ 5. The said board of trustees shall meet quarterly, on such days as 
they may designate, such meetings to be held at said asylum. They 
shall also appoint from their own body an executive committee, consist- 
ing of three persons, who shall meet monthly for the transaction of such 
business as they may, by said board of trustees, be empowered and au- 
thorized to transact. 

§ G. The accounts of said asylum shall be stated and settled annu- 
ally, with the auditor of public accounts ; and the board of trustees 
shall, fifteen days previous to each regular session of the general 
assembly, submit to the governor a report of all their actions and pro- 



INSANE ASYLUMS. 109 



ceedings in the execution of their trust, with a statement of all the ac- 
counts, connected therewith, to be by the governor laid before the gen- 
eral assembly. 

§ 7. Insane persons whoseestates are sufficient shall be required to pay 
the expense of their transportation to and from said asylum, and a 
reasonable compensation, to be fixed by the executive committee or the 
board of trustees, for their care and board, while they are inmates of said 
asylum. 

§ 8. As soon as the said asylum shall be completed and ready for 
the reception of insane persons, the governor shall make proclamation 
thereof. 

§ 9. The laws regulating the reception, care and treatment of patients 
in the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, at Jacksonville, shall gov- 
ern the trustees and other officers in the Southern Illinois Insane Asy- 
lum, except as herein otherwise provided. 

§ 10. The steward shall have charge of the boarding department of 
the asylum, and shall make a report of all his transactions in the dis- 
charge of his duties, to the executive committee, at their monthly meet- 
ings : and shall perform such other duties as may be required of him 
by the board of trustees or executive committee. He shall be appoin- 
ted for a term of two years, but shall be subject to dismissal at any 
time within said term for neglect of duty or incompetency. He shall 
receive as compensation for his services such salary, not exceeding 
the sum of $1200 per annum, as the board of trustees may pre- 
cribe: Provided, that such salary, when fixed, shall not be in- 
creased or reduced during the term for which he shall have been ap- 
pointed. 

§ 11. As soon as said asylum shall be so far completed as to receive 
insane persons, the powers and authority of the commissioners for the 
construction of said asylum shall cease and determine, as to the part 
so completed, and they shall have no further control over the part so 
completed, but the board of trustees shall thereupon and thereafter as- 
sume the control thereof: Provided, that nothing herein shall be so con- 
strued as to authorize the appointment, or recognize the official exist- 
ence of said board of trustees, until said asylum shall be so far completed 
as to be ready for the reception of insane persons. 

§ 12. The trustees to be appointed as herein provided, for said nor- 
mal school, shall serve the same term, and in the same manner, shall 
have the same rights, privileges and powers, perform the same duties 
and be governed by the same laws as the trustees of the normal school 
at Normal ; Provided, hoioever, that nothing herein contained shall be 
so construed as to abrogate, annul or set aside any of the rights, privi- 
leges, powers or duties of said board of trustees set forth in an act of 
the general assembly, entitled "An act to establish and maintain the 
Southern Illinois Normal University," approved March 9, A. D. 1869. 

§ 13. As soon as the said normal school shall be completed, the 
power and authority of the commissioners for the erection thereof shall 
cease and determine, and the said board of trustees shall thereupon 
proceed to furnish the same for the purposes for which it was erected, 
in accordance with the plans heretofore adopted. 

§ 14. So much of an act entitled "An act to locate, erect and carry 
on an asylum for the insane," approved April 16, A. D. 1869, and so 
much of an act eutitled "An act to establish and maintain the Southern 
Illinois Normal University," approved March 9, A. D. 1869, and all acts 



110 JUDGMENTS AND EXECUTION. 

or. parts of acts heretofore passed, whose provisions are inconsistent 
with the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed. 

§ 15. Whereas the north wing and the east wing of the north wing 
of the said Southern Illinois Insane Asylum, are now completed ; and 
whereas it is expected that the work on the central building of said 
asylum will be sufficiently advanced to admit of the occupation of said 
building prior to the first day of July, A. D. 1873 ; therefore an emer- 
gency is declared to exist, and this act shall take effect and be in force 
from and after its passage. 

Approved May 2, 1873. 



JUDGMENTS AND EXECUTION. 



§ 1. Amend act approved March 22, 1872 — redemption of real estate from sale. In force April 29, 1873. 

AN ACT to amend section eighteen (18) of an act approved March the 22d, 1872, en- 
titled "An act in regard to judgments and decrees, and the manner of enforcing the 
same by execution, and to provide for the redemption of real estate sold under exe- 
cution or decree." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in General Assembly, That section eighteen of an act entitled 
"An act in regard to judgments and decrees and the manner of enforc- 
ing the same by execution, and to provide for the redemption of real 
estate sold under execution or decree," be so amended as to read as fol- 
lows: 

" § 18. Any defendant, his heirs, administrators, assigns, or any 
person interested in the premises through or under the defendant, 
may, within twelve months from said sale, redeem the real estate so 
sold, by paying to the purchaser thereof, his executors, administrators 
or assigns, or to the sheriff or master in chancery, or other officer who 
sold the same, or his successor in office, for the benefit of such purcha- 
ser, his executors, administrators or assigns, the sum of money for 
which the premises were sold or bid off, with interest thereon at the rate 
of ten per centum per annum, from the time of such sale, whereupon 
such sale and certificate shall be null and void." 

§ 2. Whereas doubts exist as to whether, under existing laws, there 
is any limitation as to the right of judgment debtors to redeem real 
estate from sales under executions and decrees of courts, and for that 
reason an emergency exists, requiring that this act should take effect im- 
mediately : therefore, this act shall take effect and be in force from 
and after its passage. 

Approved April 29, 1873, 



JURORS. 



Ill 



§ 1. Amend act in force July 1, 1872. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section fourteen (14) of the act entitled "An act in regard to judg- 
ments and decrees, and the manner of enforcing the same by execution, and to 
provide for the redemption of real estate sold under execution or decree," in force 
July 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section fourteen (14) of said act be 
amended to read as follows, to-wit: 

" § 14. No real estate shall be sold by virtue of any execution afore- 
said, except at public vendue, between the hours of nine in the morning 
and the setting of the sun of the same day, nor unless the time (speci- 
fying the particular hour of said day at which said sale shall commence), 
and the place of holding such sale shall have been previously adver- 
tised three successive weeks, once in each week, in a public newspaper 
printed and published in the county where said sale shall be made (if 
there be any newspaper printed and published in said county), and 
by putting up written or printed notices thereof in at least three of the 
most public places in the county where the real estate is situated, speci- 
fying the name of the plaintiff and defendant in the execution — in all 
of which said notices the real estate to be sold shall be described with 
reasonable certainty, and if there shall be more than one newspaper 
published in such county, the judgment creditor, or his attorney may 
designate the newspaper in which such notice shall be published : Pro- 
vided, that no greater charge shall be made for publishing said notices 
than $2 for each one hundred words contained therein." 

Approved March 30, 1874. 



JUEOBS. 



§ 1. County board to make a jury list. 

§ 2. Selection of jurors — when made. 

§ 3. If not selected at September meeting. 

§ 4. List of exemptions. 

§ 5. Future selections from list. 

§ 6. When list is exhausted ; new list made. 

§ 7. Names to be kept in a box. 

§ 8. Manner of drawing. 

§ 9. Selection and summoning of grand jurors. 

§10. Summoning of petit jurors. 

§ 11. Manner of service and return. 

§ 12. How deficient panel filled. 

§ 13. Filling exhausted panel — seeking the posi- 
tion of a juror forbidden. 



§ 14. Causes of challenge. 

§ 15. Failure to attend. 

§ 16. Number of grand jurors. 

§ 17. Foreman; powers and duty of the jury. 

§ 18. Oath of foreman and grand jurors. 

§ 19. The evidence required. 

§ 19£. Special venire. 

§ 20. Drawn by chance. 

§ 21. Impaneling jury for trial. 

§ 22. County board and county court. 

§ 23. To what cases apply. 

In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT concerning Jurors. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the county board of each county 
shall, at or before the time of its meeting, in September, in each year, 
or at any time thereafter, when necessary for the purposes of this act, 
make a list of a sufficient number, not less than one- tenth of the legal 



112 JURORS. 

voters of each town or preciuct in the county, giving the place of resi- 
dence of each name on the list, to be known as a jury list. 

§ 2. At the meeting of the couuty board in the respective counties 
in this state, in September, iu the year 1873, and in each year there- 
after, such board shall select from such list a number of persons equal 
to one hundred for each trial term of the circuit and other courts of 
records, and in the county of Cook two hundred for each term of the 
circuit and superior courts of Cook county, and one kuudred for the 
criminal court of Cook county for eacli trial term, which may be pro- 
vided by law to be held during the succeeding year, to serve as petit 
jurors ; and in making such selection, shall choose a proportionate num- 
ber from the residents of each town or precinct, and shall take the 
names of such only as are: 

First — Inhabitants of the town or precinct not exempt from serving 
on juries. 

Second — Of the age of twenty-one years or upwards, and under sixty 
years old. 

Third — In the possession of their natural faculties, and not infirm or 
decrepit. 

Fourth — Free from all legal exceptions of fair character, of approved 
integrity, of sound judgment, well informed, and who understand the 
English language. 

§ 3. If for any reasou the list or the selection provided for in the 
foregoing sections of this act shall not be made at the meeting of the 
board held at the time specified, such list or selection shall be made at 
any meeting to be held as soon thereafter as may be. 

§ 4. The following persons shall be exempt from serving as jurors, 
to wit: the governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, auditor of 
public accounts, treasurer, superintendent of public instruction, attor- 
ney-general, members of the general assembly during their term of 
office, all judges of courts, all clerks of courts, sheriffs, coroners, post- 
masters, mail carriers, practicing attorneys, all officers of the CTnited 
States, officiating ministers of the gospel, school teachers during the 
terms of school, practicing physicians, constant ferrymen, mayors of 
cities, policemen and active members of the fire department. 

§ 5. At the time of making such selection, the name of the person 
selected shall be checked off from such list, and shall not be again 
selected as a juror until every person named upon such list qualified to 
serve as a juror has been selected; and all subsequent selections of 
jurors by such board shall be made from such list until all persons 
thereon qualified to serve have been selected, or until the expiration of 
two years from the time of the making of such list, when a new list shall 
be made: Provided, if any person who has been selected as a juror shall 
not have been drawn, or have served upon a jury during the year for 
which he was selected, he shall, if qualified, be selected for the next 
year. 

§ 0. As often as one list shall have been exhausted, another shall be 
furnished, as provided in section 1 of this chapter, and the jurors shall 
be selected therefrom in the manner provided in sections two (2) aud 
three (3). The clerks of the circuit courts and other courts of record in 
the couuty, shall, at the end of each term of court, furnish the county 
clerk a list of all persons who have served as jurors during the term. 

§ 7. A list of jurors so selected shall be kept at the office of the 
county clerk, who shall write the name and residence of each person 



JURORS. . 113 

selected upon a separate ticket and put the whole into a box to be kept 
for that purpose. 

§ 8. At least twenty days before the first day of any trial term of 
any of said courts, the clerk of such court shall repair to the office of 
the county clerk, aud in the presence of such couuty clerk, after the box 
containing said names has been well shaken by the couuty clerk, and 
without partiality, draw from said box the names of a sufficient number 
of said persons, then residents of said county, not less than thirty for 
each two weeks that such court will probably be in session for the trial 
of common law cases, to constitute the petit jurors for that term, and 
where there is an additional judge in any court of record, a like number 
for each additional judge requiring a jury : Provided, that should the clerk 
draw from said box the name of a person whom he may know to be dead 
to have been selected as a grand juror, a non-resident, absent from the 
state, unable to attend in consequence of illness, or that he is legally 
disqualified to serve as a juror, it shall be the duty of said clerk to re- 
port the name of such person to the county clerk ; and said clerk of such 
court shall draw other names until the required number shall have been 

§ 9. If a grand jury shall be required by law or by the order of the 
judge for any term' of court, it shall be the duty of the county board in 
each of the counties of this state wherein such court is directed to be 
holden, at least twenty days before the sitting of such court, to select 
twenty-three persons possessing the qualifications as provided in sec- 
tion 3 of this act, and as nearly as may be a proportionate number 
from each town or precinct in their respective counties, to serve as grand 
jurors at such term ; and to cause their clerk, within five days thereaf- 
ter, to certify the names of the persons so selected as grand jurors to 
the clerk of the court for which they are selected, who shall issue and 
deliver to the sheriff of the county wherein the court is to be held, at 
least ten days before the term of the court for which they shall have 
been selected, or during term time if the court shall so order, a summons 
commanding him to summon the persons so selected as aforesaid, to ap- 
pear before such court at or before the hour of eleven o'clock A. M. on the 
first day of the term, or upon such other day as the judge shall direct- 
to constitute a grand jury for such term. The sheriff shall serve such 
summons in the manner provided in section eleven (11) of this act for 
service of summons on petit jurors, and for any refusal or neglect so to 
do shall be deemed guilty of a contempt of court, and may be fined therefor 
as provided in section eleven (11) of this act, for default in summoning 
petit jurors. If for any reason the panel of grand jurors shall not be full 
at the opening of any court of record, the court shall direct the sheriff to 
summon from the bystanders or from the body of the county a suffi- 
cient number of persons, having the qualifications of jurors, as provi- 
ded by this act, to fill the panel. 

§ 10. The clerk of the court shall, within five days after such draw- 
ing, issue to the sheriff a summons commanding him to summons as 
petit jurors a sufficient number, not less than thirty, of the persons so 
drawn, giving their residence, to appear at the place of holding such 
court, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M. of the first day of the term, or 
upon such other day of the term as the judges shall direct, and a like 
number to appear at the same place and hour on the third Monday of 
the term, and the same number for each two weeks the court will proba- 

—12 



114 JURORS. 

bly be in session, which summons shall be served before the sitting of 
the court. 

§ 11. It shall be the duty of the sheriff to execute the summons by 
reading the same to, or leaving a copy thereof at the usual place of 
abode of each of the persons directed to be summoned to constitute the 
jury as aforesaid, and to make return thereof on or before the return 
day, to the clerk of the court in which said jurors are to serve, with an 
indorsement thereon, certifying on whom it has been executed, and the 
time when ; and in default of so doing, such sheriff or other officer shall 
be considered as guilty of a contempt, and may be fined, for the use of 
the proper county, in any sum not less than $10 nor more than $200; 
and it shall be the duty of the court, upon the return of such summons, 
to inquire into the cause of any failure to serve any such juror ; and un- 
less he shall find that the sheriff has used proper diligence to serve such 
juror, he shall inflict the fine aforesaid. 

§ 12. If for any reason the panel of petit jurors shall not be full at the 
opening of any court of record, or at any time during the term of any 
such court, the clerk of such court may again repair to the office of the 
county clerk and draw in the same manner as at the first drawing such 
numbers of jurors as the court shall direct, to fill such panel, who shall 
be summoned in the same manner as the others, and, if necessary, ju- 
rors may continue to be so drawn and summoned from time to time un- 
til the panel shall be filled. In case a jury shall be required in any court 
of record for trial of any cause, before the panel shall be filled in the 
manner herein provided', the court shall direct the sheriff to summon 
from the bystanders, or from the body of the county, a sufficient num- 
ber of persons having the qualifications of jurors, as provided in this 
act, to fill the panel, in order that a jury to try such cause may be drawn 
therefrom, and when such jury is drawn, the persons selected from the 
bystanders, or from the body of the county, to fill the panel, and not 
chosen on the jury, shall be discharged from the panel, and those who 
shall be chosen to serve on such jury shall also be discharged from the 
panel at the conclusion of the trial : Prodded, that persons selected 
from the bystanders, as provided in this section, shall not thereby be 
disqualified or exempt from service as jurors, when regularly drawn by 
the clerk for that purpose, in the manner provided by this act. 

§ 13. When the panel has been filled by jurors drawn by the clerk, 
and summoned as provided in this act, and by reason of challenge in 
the selection of a jury for the trial of any cause, or by reason of the 
sudden sickness or absence of any juror, or for any cause, except when 
a juror shall be discharged from the panel, the panel shall be exhausted 
or incomplete, the court may direct the sheriff to summon from the by- 
standers, or from the body of the county, a sufficient number of persons, 
having the qualifications of jurors, to fill the panel for the pending trial. 
Any person who shall seek the position of a juror, or who shall ask any 
attorney or other officer of the court or other person to secure his selec- 
tion as a juryman, shall be deemed guilty of a contempt of court, and 
be fiued not exceeding $20, and shall thereby be disqualified from serv- 
ing as a juror for that term, and such fact shall be sufficient ground for 
challenge. Any attorney or party to a suit pending for trial at that 
term who shall request or solicit the placing of any person upon a jury, 
shall be deemed guilty of a contempt of the court, and be fined not ex- 
ceeding $100, and the person so sought to be put upon the jury shall 
be disqualified to serve as a juror at that term of court. 



JURORS. 115 

§ 14. It shall be a sufficient cause of challenge of a petit juror that 
he lacks any one of the qualifications mentioned in section two (2) of 
this act, or that he has served as a juror on the trial of a cause in any 
court of record in the county within one year previous to the time of 
his being offered as a juror, or that he is a party to a suit pending for 
trial in that court at that term. It shall be the duty of the court to dis- 
charge from the panel all jurors who do not possess the qualifications 
provided in this act as soon as the fact is discovered: Provided, if a 
person has served on a jury in a court of record within one year, he 
shall be exempt from again serving during such year, unless he waives 
such exemption : Provided, further, that it shall not be a cause of chal- 
lenge that a juror has read in the newspapers an account of the com- 
mission of the crime with which the prisoner is charged, if such j uror 
shall state on oath that he believes he can render an impartial verdict 
according to the law and the evidence, and that he has no fixed and de- 
finite opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the accused which will re- 
quire evidence to remove. 

§ 15. Every person who shall fail to attend when lawfully summoned 
to appear as a grand or petit juror as aforesaid, without having a rea- 
sonable excuse, shall be considered as guilty of a contempt, and shall 
be fined by the courts respectively, in any sum not less than $5 nor 
more than $100, for the use of the proper county, unless good cause be 
shown for such default ; and it shall be the duty of the court to order a 
writ of attachment, returnable forthwith, against all such delinquents, 
and upon the return thereof the court shall proceed to assess said fine, 
unless the person or persons so attached shall show good cause for such 
delinquency : Provided, that the oath or affirmation of any sufch delin- 
quent shall at all times be received as competent evidence. 

IMPANNELING THE GRAND JURY. 

§ 16. A full panel of the grand jury shall consist of twenty-three 
persons, sixteen of whom shall be sufficient to constitute a grand jury. 

§ 17. After the grand jury is impanneled it shall be the duty of the 
court to appoint a foreman, who shall have power to swear or affirm 
witnesses to testify before them, and whose duty it shall be, when the 
grand jury, or any twelve of them, find a bill of indictment to be sup- 
ported by good and sufficient evidence, to indorse thereon "A true bill;" 
where they do not find a bill to be supported by sufficient evidence, to 
indorse thereon, "Not a true bill;'' and shall in either case sign his 
name, as foreman, at the foot of said indorsement, and shall also, in 
each case in which a true bill shall be returned into court as aforesaid, 
note thereon the name or names of the witness or witnesses upon whose 
evidence the same shall have been found. 

§ 18. Before the grand jury shall enter upon the discharge of their 
duties, the following oath shall be administered to the foreman, to- wit: 

" You, as foreman of this inquest, do solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be), that you will 
dilgently inquire into and true presentment make of all such matters and things as shall he given you 
in charge, or shall otherwise come to your knowledge, touching the present service ; you shall present 
no person through malice, hatred or ill will ; nor shali you leave any unpresented, through fear, favor 
or affection, or for any fee or reward, or for any hope or promise thereof; but in all of your presentments 
you shall present the truth, the whole truth/and nothing but the truth, according to the best of your 
skill and understanding : so help you God." 

An<l the following oath or affirmation shall be administered to the 
other jurors, to-wit: 

" The same oath that A B, your foreman, has just taken before you, on his part, you and each of you 
shall well and truly keep and observe on your respective parts : so help you God." 



116 JURORS. 



§ 19. No grand jury shall make presentments of their own knowl- 
edge, upon the information of a less number than two of their own body, 
unless the juror giving the information is previously sworn as a witness, 
in which case, if the evidence shall be deemed sufficient, an indictment 
may be found thereon in like manner as upon the evidence of any other 
witness who may not be of the jury. 

§ 19£. That the judge of any court of record of competent jurisdic- 
tion may order a special venire to be issued for a grand jury at auy time 
when he shall be of opinion that public justice requires it. The order 
for such venire shall be entered on the records of the court by the clerk 
thereof ; and such clerk shall forthwith issue such venire under his hand 
and the seal of the court, and deliver the same to the sheriff, who shall 
execute the same by summoning, in the manner now provided or that 
may hereafter be provided by law for summoning jurors, twenty-three 
persons, qualified by law, to constitute a grand jury. Such venire shall 
state the day on which such persons shall appear before the court. 

IMPANNELING PETIT JURIES. 

§ 20. It shall be the duty of the clerk of the court, at the commence- 
ment of each week of the term, to write the name of each petit juror 
summoned and retained for that week on a separate ticket, and put the 
whole into a box or other place for sale keeping; and as often as it shall 
be necessary to impannel a jury, the clerk, sheriff or coroner shall, in 
the presence of the court, draw by chance twelve names out of such box 
or other place, which shall designate the twelve to be sworn on the jury, 
and in tMfe same manner for the second jury, in their turn, as the court 
may order and direct. 

§ 21. Upon the impanneling of any jury in any civil cause now 
pending, or to be hereafter commenced in any court in this state, it shall 
be the duty of the court, upon request of either party to the suit, or 
upon its own motion, to order its full number of twelve jurors into the 
jury box, before either party shall be required to examine any of the 
said jurors touching their qualifications to try any such causes : Provided, 
that the plaintiff shall first be required to pass upon and accept four 
jurors, then the defendant shall pass upon and accept four jurors, and 
jurors shall continue to be selected in like manner until the panel is com- 
plete. 

§ 22. So much of this act as applies to county boards shall apply to 
the county court in counties not under township organization, until 
such county court shall be succeeded by the board of county commis- 
sioners. 

§ 23. The provisions of this act shall apply to proceedings in both 
civil and criminal cases. 

§ 24. An act entitled "An act concerning jurors," approved April 10, 
1872, and all acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith, are hereby re- 
pealed. 

Approved May 7, 1873. 



JURORS. 117 



§ 1. Cause of challenge. § 2. Emergency. 

I In force March 12, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section fourteen (14) of an act entitled "An act concerning jurors, 
and to repeal certain acts herein named," approved February 11, 1874. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section fourteen (14) of said act be 
amended so as to read as follows : 

" § 14. It shall he sufficient cause of challenge of a petit juror, that 
he lacks any one of the qualifications mentioned in section two (2) of 
this act; or if he is not one of the regular panel, that he bas served as 
a juror on the trial of a cause in any court of record in the county with- 
in one year previous to the time of his being offered as a juror ; or that 
he is a party to a suit pending for trial in that court at that term, it 
shall be the duty of the court to discharge from the panel all jurors who 
do not possess the qualifications provided in this act, as soon as the fact 
is discovered : Provided, if a person has served on a jury in a court of 
record within one year he shall be exempt from again serving during 
such year, unless he waives such exenrption : Provided, further, that it 
shall not be a cause of challenge that a juror has read in the news- 
papers an account of the commission of the crime with which the pri- 
soner is charged, if such juror shall state, on oath, that he believes he 
can render an impartial verdict, according to the law and the evidence : 
And, provided, further, that in the trial of any criminal cause, the fact 
that a person called as a juror has formed an opinion or impression, 
based upon rumor or upon newspaper statements, (about the truth of 
which he has expressed no opinion,) shall not disqualify him to serve as 
a juror in such case, if he shall, upon oath, state that he believes he can 
fairly and impartially render a verdict therein, in accordance with the 
law and the evidence, and the court shall be satisfied of the truth of 
such statement. 1 ' 

§ 2. Whereas an emergency exists, therefore this act shall take effect 
and be in force immediately after its passage. 

Approved March 12, 1874. 



§ 1. Selection of Jurors. I § 2. Emergency. 

In force March 27, 1874. 
I 
AN ACT to amend section twenty-two (22) of "An act concerning jurors, and to repeal 
certain acts herein named," approved February 11, 1874. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section twenty-two (22) of the above 
entitled act be so amended as to read as follows, viz : 

" § 22. Until the first annual meeting of the several county boards of 
this state after the passage of this act, the lists already prepared as the 
jury lists shall constitute the jury lists provided for under section one of 
this act, and jurors may be selected therefrom in counties where such 
selection may be necessary, at any time before said annual meeting of 
the county board, in the manner provided in section two of this act." 

§ 2. Whereas an emergency exists, therefore this act shall take effect 
and be in force from and after its passage. 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



118 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



§ 1. Jurisdiction in counties. 
§ 2. Amend section 16, execution against security 
on bond. 



§ 3. Amend section 46, jurors to be sworn,- in. 
struetions. 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled 'An act to provide for the election and qualifica- 
tion of justices of the peace and constables, and to provide for the jurisdiction and 
practice of justices of the peace in civil cases, and to fix the duties of constables, 
and to repeal certain acts therein named," approved April 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section thirteen (13) of said act be 
and the same is hereby amended to read as follows, to-wit : 

" § 13. Justices of the peace shall have jurisdiction in their respect- 
ive counties in the following cases, when the amount claimed does not 
exceed $200 : 

First — In actions arising on contracts, whether under seal or not, 
express or implied, for the recovery of money only. When the action 
is upon a bond, the amount to be recovered thereon, and not the penalty 
of the bond, shall determine the jurisdiction ; and when the payments 
are to be made by installments, an action may be brought for any in- 
stallment as it shall become due. 

Second — In actions for damages for injury to real property, or for 
taking, detaining, or injuring personal property. 

Third — In actions for rent, and distress for rent. 

Fourth — In actions against railroad companies, and any person or 
company controlling, operating or using any railroad in this state, for 
killing or injuring horses, cattle, sheep, hogs or other stock; for loss of 
or injury to baggage or freight; and for injury or damage to real or 
personal property caused by setting fire to the same by their engines, 
or otherwise. 

Fifth — In actions of replevin, when the value of the property claimed 
does not exceed $200. 

Sixth — In actions for damages for fraud in the sale, purchase or ex- 
change of personal property, and in all cases where the action of debt 
or assumpsit will lie, if the damages claimed do not exceed $200. This 
section shall apply to claims originally exceeding $200, if the same shall 
at the time of the rendition of the judgment be reduced by credits or 
deductions to an amount not exceeding $200. 

§ 2. That section sixteen (10) of said act be amended to read as fol- 
lows, to-wit : "Such bond shall be signed by the security, and if the 
said plaintiff shall be cast in his suit, discontinue or make default, aud 
shall not, within twenty days thereafter, pay to the justice all the costs 
that may have been occasioned to the defendant, to the justice and con- 
stable, jurors or witnesses, or perfect an appeal, the justice shall issue 
his execution against the security for the amount thereof, accompanied 
with a bill of costs, in which shall be set down every particular charged : 
Provided, that no bond for costs shall be required of any resident of this 
state, except in qui tarn or other actions specially requiring bond by 
law." 

§ 3. That section forty-six (46) of said act be and the same is hereby 



amended by striking out the proviso thereof, so as to read, as amended, 
as follows, to- wit : 

" § 46. The jurors may be tried and sworn in the usual manner prac- 
ticed in courts of record, but they shall not be instructed as to the law 
by the justice, except as to the form of the verdict. Judgments shall 
be entered by the justice in accordance with the verdict." 

Approved April 15, 1873. 



LANDS. 



§ 1. Auditor authorized to sell all internal improvement lands or lots. In force Jul y 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to dispose of all [unsjold internal improvement lands or lots belonging to 

the State. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of I llinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That is shall be and is hereby made the 
duty of the auditor of public accounts to cause to be appraised by three 
disinterested freeholders, residing in the county where the lands or lots 
are situate, who shall report the value of the same to the auditor, veri- 
fied by affidavit, all unsold internal improvement lands or lots, and offer 
the same at public sale, at the court house in the county seat of the 
county where the property is situated. Public notice of at least three 
(3) weeks of any such public sale shall be published in at least one 
newspaper of the county in which the real estate is situated. Such real 
estate shall be sold to the highest bidder, at hot less than the appraised 
value. Any such real estate not sold at public sale, after being so of- 
fered, shall be subject to private sale by the auditor at the appraised 
value. Deeds for such real estate shall be made by the governor, on 
the auditor's certificate of purchase, the same as deeds have heretofore 
been made for such real estate. 

Approved April 16, 1873. 



§1. Kepeal act in force April 16, 1889. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "An act in relation to a portion of the submerged 
lands and Lake Park grounds, lying on and adjacent to the shore of Lake Michigan, 
on the eastern frontage of the city of Chicago," in force April 16, 1869. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the act entitled "An act in relation 
to a portion of the submerged lands and Lake Park grounds lying on 
and adjacent to the shore of Lake Michigan, on the eastern frontage of 
the city of Chicago," in force April 16, 1869, be and the same is hereby 
repealed. 

Approved April 15, 1873. 



120 LANDS. 



§ 1. Trustees authorized to sell. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to authorize the trustees of the Illinois State Hospital for the Insane, at 
Jacksonville, to sell and convey one and one-half acres of land to the city of Jack- 
sonville, for public water works. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the trustees of the Illinois State 
Hospital for the Insane, at Jacksonville, are hereby authorized and 
empowered to sell and convey to the city of Jacksonville one and one- 
half acres of land off of the north ends of lots numbered two and three, 
in block numbered eleven, in Lurton and Kedsie's addition to the town 
(now city) of Jacksonville, for the location and use of buildings and 
machinery, in the establishment of public water works by the city, for 
such compensation as the trustees and city may agree upon, and with 
such reservations and conditions as the trustees may deem advisable : 
Provided, that such sale shall not be made for a sum less than full value 
of said land, and the sale shall be subject to the approval of the gov- 
ernor. 

Approved February 14, 1874. 



§ 1. State relinquishes its right to tax or assess I In force April 4, 1873. 
the land herein described. 

AN ACT to authorize the United States to acquire certain property, and to cede ju- 
risdiction of the same to the United States, together with the right to tax and assess 
the same, or the property of the United States thereon, during the time that the 
United States shall be or remain the owner thereof. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the United States of America may, 
pursuant to an act of congress entitled "An act to authorize the secre- 
tary of the treasury to dispose of the old post office property in Chicago," 
approved March 3, 1873, acquire the following described property, situ- 
ated in the city of Chicago, in the county of Cook, and state of Illinois, 
at the corner of Polk street and Fifth avenue, fronting three hundred 
and eighty feet on Polk street, and one hundred and ninety-eight and 
one-half feet on Fifth avenue, and being the property of the school 
fund of the city of Chicago. And when the United States shall so ac- 
quire the same, the state of Illinois hereby cedes to the United States 
of America jurisdiction over the property thus acquired by the United 
States, together with the right to tax or in anywise assess said land or 
the property of the United States that may be thereon, during the time 
the United States shall be or so remain the owner thereof. 

§ 2. Whereas, owing to the burning of the public buildings in Chi- 
cago, and the need of public buildings, an emergency exists requiring 
this act to take effect immediately from and after its passage: therefore 
this act shall take effect from and after its passage. 

Approved April 4, 1873. 



LIBRARIES — LIMITATIONS. 121 



LIBRARIES. 



§ 1. Act of 1872, section 6, amended. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section 6 of "An act to authorize cities, incorporated towns and 
townships to establish and maintain free public libraries and reading rooms," ap- 
proved March 7, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 6 of the above entitled act 
be so amended as to read as follows, to- wit : 

u Every library and reading room established under this act shall be 
forever free to the use of the inhabitants of the city where located, 
always subject to such reasonable rules and regulations as the library 
board may adopt in order to render the use of said library and reading 
room of the greatest benefit to the greatest number, and said board 
may exclude from the use of said library and reading room any and all 
persons who shall willfully violate such rules, and said board may ex- 
tend the privileges and use of such library" and reading room to persons 
residing outside of such city in this state, upon such terms and condi- 
tions as said board may from time to time by its regulations prescribe." 

Approved March 27, 1874. 



LIMITATIONS. 



§ 1. Amend section 18 of an act approved April 4, I § 3. Judgments may be revived by scire facias. 

1872. In force July 1, 1873. 

§ 2. When new actions may be commenced. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to limitations," approved 
April 4, 1872; in force July 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section eighteen (18) of an act en- 
titled "An act in regard to limitations," approved April 4, 1872, be and 
the same is hereby amended so that it shall read as follows : 

" § 18. If, when the cause of action accrues against a person, he is 
out of the state, the action may be commenced within the times herein 
limited, after his coming into or return to the state ; and if, after the 
cause of action accrues, he departs from and resides out of the state, 
the time of his absence is no part of the time limited for the commence- 
ment of the action. But the foregoing provisions of this section shall 
not apply to any case, when, at the time the cause of action accrued or 
shall accrue, neither the party against nor in favor of whom the same 
accrued or shall accrue, were or are residents of this state." 

§ 2. In any of the actions specified in any of the sections of said act, 
if judgment shall be given for the plaintiff, and the same be reversed 
by writ of error, or upon appeal, or if a verdict pass for the plaintiff, 
and, upon matter alleged in arrest of judgment, the judgment be given 
against the. plaintiff, or if the plaintiff be nonsuited, then, if the time 
—15 



122 MINERS — MINORS. 



limited for bringing such action shall have expired during the pendency 
of such suit, the said plaintiff, his or her heirs, executors, or adminis- 
trators, as the case shall require, may commence a new action within 
one year after such judgment reversed or given against the plaintiff, 
and not after. 

§ 3. Judgments in any court of record in this state may be revived 
by scire facias, or an action of debt may be brought thereon within 
twenty years next after the date of such judgment, and not after ; and 
the provisions of the foregoing section shall apply also to this section. 

Approved April 11, 1873. 



MINEES. 



§ 1. Amend section 6 of an act approved March I In force July 1, 1873. 
27, 1872, in regard to age and proof. 

AN ACT to amend section 6 of an act entitled "An act providing for the health and 
safety of persons employed in coal mines," approved March 27, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 6 of said act be amended so 
as to read as follows : 

"The owner or agent of every coal mine or colliery, opened or opera- 
ted by shaft or slope, shall provide a suitable means of signaling be- 
tween the bottom and top thereof, and shall also provide a safe means 
of hoisting and lowering persons at the mines, with a sufficient cover 
over head, on every box or carriage used for hoisting purposes, for the 
protection of persons so hoisted or lowered at the mines. And no young 
person, under twelve years of age, or woman, or girl of any age, shall 
be permitted to enter any mine to work therein. The neglect or refusal 
of any person or party to perform the duties provided for and required 
to be performed by sections 4, 5 and 6 of this act, by the parties therein 
required to perform the same, shall be taken and deemed to be a mis- 
demeanor committed by them, or any or either of them, and upon con- 
viction thereof, they, or any or either of them, shall be punished by im- 
prisonment or fine, at the discretion of the court trying the same ; sub- 
ject, however, to the limitations as provided by section 10 of said act." 

Approved April 24, 1873. 



MINOES. 



§ 1. Amend an act approved February 22, 1867. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the adoption of minors," 
approved February 22, 1867. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That any minor child which may have 
been heretofore, or may hereafter be adopted by any person, in the 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 123 



manner prescribed by the act to which this is an amendment, or which 
may have been designated or declared to be the adopted child of such 
person in and by any deed, or last will and testament of the person so 
adopting, whereby any property may be or may have been given, be- 
queathed or devised to such adopted child, shall, for all purposes of 
descent, inheritance and succession of property, be deemed and taken 
in law to be the child of the person so adopting, and all laws of descent 
and rules of inheritance shall apply to and govern the descent of any 
property which the child adopted may take, or may have taken, by gift, 
devise, or descent, from the person so adopting, and the accumulations, 
income and profits thereof; but the foregoing provisions of this act 
shall not apply to any property which the adopted person may take, or 
may have taken, by gift, devise, or descent, from the kindred by blood 
of such adopted person, nor to any property other than that which 
the adopted person may have taken, by gift, devise, or descent, from or 
through the person adopting, or his heirs or legal representatives, and 
the accumulations, income and profits thereof. 
Approved April 25, 1873. 



NOTABLES PUBLIC. 



§ 1. Amend section 7 of an act approved April 5, I §■ 2. Legalize official acts heretofore done. 
1872 ; official seal. Id force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to amend section 7 of an act entitled "An act to provide for the appoint- 
ment, qualification and duties of notaries public, and certifying tlieir official acts," 
approved April 5, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 7 of an act entitled "An act 
to provide for the appointment, qualification and duties of notaries pub- 
lic, and certifying their official acts," approved April 5, 1872, be amended 
so as to read as follows, to-wit : 

" Section 7. Each notary public shall, upon entering upon the duties 
of his office, provide himself with a proper official seal, with which he 
shall authenticate his official acts, upon which shall be engraved words 
descriptive of his office, and the name of the place or county in which 
he resides." 

§ 2. All notarial acts of notaries public in this state which may have 
been authenticated by a seal, as described in the first section of this 
act, prior to the time that this act shall take effect, shall be held good 
and valid as if done and performed under this act. 

Approved May 1, 1873. 



124 



OBSCENE LITERATURE. 



OBSCENE LITERATUBE. 



§ 1. Unlawful to have in possession or in any 
way to traffic in the same. 

§ 2. Express companies, common carriers, for- 
bidden to carry or have in possession. 



§ 3. Duty of judge or justice of the peace. 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT for the suppression of the trade in and circulation of obscene literature, 
illustrations, advertisements and articles of indecent or immoral use, and obscene 
advertisements of patent medicines and articles for producing abortion. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, If any person shall sell, or offer to sell, 
or shall give away, or offer to give away, or have in his or her posses- 
sion, with or without intent to sell or give away, any obscene and inde- 
cent book, pamphlet, paper, drawing, lithograph, engraving, daguerreo- 
type, photograph, stereoscopic picture, model, cast, instrument or arti- 
cle of indecent or immoral use, or medicine for procuring abortion, or 
shall advertise the same for sale, or write or cause to be written, or 
print or cause to be printed, any circular, handbill, card, book, pamph- 
let, advertisement or notice of any kind, or shall give information orally, 
stating when, how or of whom, or by what means any of the said inde- 
cent and obscene articles and things hereinbefore mentioned can be 
purchased or otherwise obtained, or shall manufacture, draw and expose, 
or draw with intent to sell, or to have sold, or print any such articles, 
every such person shall, on conviction thereof, be imprisoned, in the 
county jail or city bridewell, not more than six months, or be fined not 
less than 100 nor more $1,000 for each offense. Said fine to be paid to 
the school fund of the county in which the said conviction is obtained. 

§ 2. If any person shall deposit or cause to be deposited in any post 
office within this state, or place in charge of any express company, or 
person connected therewith, or of any common carrier, or other person, 
any of the obscene and indecent articles and things mentioned in the 
first section of this act, or any circular, handbill, card, advertisement, 
book, pamphlet, or notice of any kind, or shall give oral information 
stating where, how or of whom such indecent and obscene articles or 
things can be purchased or otherwise obtained in any manner, with the 
intent of having the same conveyed by mail or express, or in any other 
manner ; or if any person shall knowingly or willfully receive the same 
with intent to carry or convey, or shall carry or convey the same by ex- 
press, or in any other manner (except in the United States mail), every 
person so offending shall, upon conviction thereof, be subject, for each 
offense, to the same fines and penalties as are prescribed in the said first 
section of this act, for the offenses therein set forth, and said fine shall 
be divided and paid in the same manner as therein provided. 

§ 3. Any judge or justice of the peace is authorized, on complaint 
founded on information and belief, supported by oath or affirmation, to 
issue a warrant, directed to the sheriff of the county within which such 
complaint shall be made, or to any constable, marshal or police officer 
within said county, directing him, them, or any of them, to search for, 
seize and take possession of such obscene and indecent books, papers, 
articles and things; and said judge or justice of the peace shall trans- 
mit, inclosed and under seal, specimens thereof to the state's attorney 
of his county, and shall deposit within the county jail of his county, or 



PARKS. 



12. f 



such other secure place as to him shall seem meet, inclosed and under 
seal, the remainder thereof ; and shall, upon the conviction of the person 
or persons offending- under any of the provisions of this act, forthwith 
destroy or caused to be destroyed the remainder thereof so seized as 
aforesaid, and shall cause to be entered upon the records of his court 
the fact of such destruction. 
Approved May 3, 1873. 



PARKS. 



§ 1. Special assessment on lands and lots bene- 
fited. 
§ 2. Assessment divided into installments. 
§ 3. Judgments for assessments. 



§ 4. Additional sections. 
§ 5. Emergency. 

In foroe February 18, 1874. 



AN ACT to amend sections six (6), seven (7) and nine (9) of an act entitled "An act 
in regard to the completion of public parks, and the management thereof," approved 
June 16, 1871, and to add two (2) sections thereto. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section six (6) of an act entitled 
"An act in regard to the completion of public parks and the manage- 
ment thereof," approved June 16, 1871, be amended so as to read as 
follows, to-wit : 

•' § 6. As soon as practicable, a special assessment may be made by 
the supervisior and assessor, corporate authorities of each of the towns 
in which any such parks may be situated, on all the lands and lots with- 
in the corporate limits of such town benefited by the proposed improve- 
ment and enlargement of any such park, but not greater than the bene- 
fits thereto in the proportion to the benefits resulting thereto by such 
proposed improvement and enlargement, but the aggregate amount of 
such assessment shall not exceed the probable damages for taking such 
land, and the costs and expenses incident to such taking, the costs and 
expenses of said appraisement and of making such assessment and col- 
lecting the same, and the probable increase of damages and costs and 
expenses in case an appeal shall be taken, of which such corporate 
authorities shall be the judges." 

§ 2. That section seven (7) of said act be amended so as to read as 
follows, to-wit : 

"§ 2. The amount of such special assessment on each piece or parcel of 
land, lot or lots, shall be divided into installments to be fixed by the 
courts confirming such assessments, the first of which shall not exceed 
twenty-five per centum of the whole assessment, and the remainder of 
such assessment shall be divided into fifteen equal installments, payable 
annually, with interest at the rate of seven per centum per annum ; and 
such assessment shall be a lien on said lands or lots : Provided, that 
any installment or installments may be paid in advance, at the option 
of the persons whose property is chargeable therewith, and the same be 
discharged from the lien to the extent of the payment." 

§ 3. That section nine (9) of said act be amended so as to read as 
follows, to-wit : 

"§ 9. The clerk of the circuit court shall, within five days of the first 
day of November in each year, make out a copy of said judgment, in- 



126 _ PARKS. 

eluding a list of the lands and lots in each town, with the judgment and 
the full amount of interest mentioned therein severally assessed there- 
on, and a statement of the amount of the annual interest on the unpaid 
installments, and certify the same to be a true copy of said judgment 
and a correct statement of one year's interest on the unpaid install- 
ments, and deliver such certified copy of the judgment and statement 
of interest to the collector of the proper town where such lands are 
situated; and this shall be a sufficient warrant to authorize such col- 
lector to collect the several sums as other taxes. It shall be the duty 
of the collector to pay over all sums so collected to the treasurer of said 
park commissioners, and take a receipt therefor. Such collector shall 
make an entry of each payment made opposite the lands or lots on 
which such special assessment shall be made, in the list furnished him, 
and return the same to the county treasurer at the same time with his 
warrant for other taxes, and the county treasurer shall proceed to col- 
lect the unpaid sums required to be collected by said collector in all 
respects as other taxes, and the county treasurer shall, in like manner 
as the town collector is herein required, make entry of all sums paid, 
and make return of the copy of the judgment and lists to such general 
officer of the county as may be designated by the general assembly, 
under the provisions of section 4, article 9 of the constitution, unless 
said county treasurer shall himself be such general officer ,• such return 
to be made at the same time returns of other delinquent taxes are 
made." 

§ 4. And be it further enacted, That the following sections shall be 
added to said act and form part thereof: 

u § 19. The supervisor and assessor in any town described in this act, 
shall not fix upon and determine the amount of taxes necessary to be 
raised in any year, or proceed to condemn or purchase any lands within 
the boundaries of any park, or make any special assessment, or issue 
any bonds where there shall be a board of trustees in such town, unless 
a resolution shall first be passed by such board, authorizing the pro- 
posed action ; and until such a resolution shall be adopted, the said 
supervisor and assessor shall have no authority to perform any of said 
acts. 

u § 20. If the commissioners of any such park shall wish to establish, 
open and construct any drive-way from the park, they shall make appli- 
cation to the board of trustees of the town in which it is proposed to 
make the same, if there be a board of trustees, and to the supervisor 
and assessor in case there is no such board (the said board of trustees, 
and supervisor and assessor being hereby declared corporate authorities 
for the purposes of this section), for leave to establish, open and con- 
struct such drive- way, describing the proposed location in detail, and if 
the board of trustees, or supervisor and assessor, as the case may be, 
shall approve of the proposed improvement, authority in writing shall 
be given for the establishing, opening and construction of the same, in 
accordance with the 9th article of an act entitled "An act to provide for 
the incorporation of cities and villages," approved April 10, 1872 ; and 
the commissioners shall, in behalf of such town, cause the proceedings 
to be commenced and prosecuted in accordance with the provisions of 
that article. When any such drive- way shall be established, it shall form 
a part of said park, and be managed and governed as a part thereof." 

§ 5. Whereas an emergency exists, this act shall take effect and be 
in force from and after its passage. 

Approved February 18, 1874. 



PENITENTIARY. 127 



PENITENTIARY. 



§ 1. Separate sentences to be construed as continuous. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section three (8) of an act entitled "An act to allow convicts in 
the penitentiary a credit in diminution of their sentence, and for their being re- 
stored to citizenship on certain conditions," approved March 19, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section three (3) of an act entitled 
"An act to allow convicts in the penitentiary a credit in diminution 
of sentence, and for their being- restored to citizenship on certain con- 
ditions," approved March 19, 1872, be amended so as to read as follows : 
u That whenever any convict is or has been committed under several 
convictions, with separate sentences, they shall be construed as one 
continuous sentence under this law, in the granting or forfeiting of good 
time." 

Approved February 3, 1874. 



§ 1. Money, clothing and transportation of con- I § 2. Emergency. 

viets. In force March 28, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in relation to the penitentiary at Joliet, 
to be entitled 'an act to provide for the management of the Illinois State Peniten- 
tiary at Joliet,' approved June 16, 1871." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section twenty -one (21) of the 
above entitled act be and is hereby so amended as to read as follows, 
to- wit: 

" The warden shall take charge of all money and other articles of 
property which may be brought to the penitentiary by the convicts, and 
cause the same, immediately upon the receipt thereof, to be entered 
among the receipts of the prison ; which money and other articles, when- 
ever the convict from whom the same are received shall be discharged 
from the penitentiary, or the same shall be otherwise legally demanded, 
shall be returned by said warden to such convict or other person legally 
demanding the same. He shall also furnish each convict who may be 
discharged from the penitentiary, by pardon or otherwise, with a suit- 
able suit of citizen's clothing, and shall also furnish such convict with 
transportation to the place of his conviction, or the equivalent thereof 
in money, and in addition thereto the sum of $10, for other necessary 
expenses of such convict." 

§ 2. Whereas, by existing laws, convicts are being daily discharged 
from the penitentiary without the means of subsistence until they can 
obtain employment, thereby in many cases inducing the commission of 
further crimes, whereby an emergency exists why this act should take 
effect immediately : therefore this act shall take effect and be in force 
from and after its passage. 

Approved March 28, 1874. 



128 RAILROADS. 



EAILEOADS. 



§ 1. Amenp an act approved March 1, 1872, le- In force July 1, 1873. 

galizing acts done under this act. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of asso- 
ciations that may be organized for the purpose of constructing railways, maintain- 
ing and operating the same, for prescribing and defining the duties and limiting 
the powers of such corporations, when so organized," approved March 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the /State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section number twenty-seven of 
an act entitled "An act to provide for the incorporation of associations 
that may be organized for the purpose of constructing railways, main- 
taining and operating the same; for prescribing and defining the duties 
and limiting the powers of such corporations, when so organized," ap- 
proved March 1, 1872, be amended, so as to read as follows, viz : That 
an act entitled "An act to amend an act to provide for a general system 
of railroad incorporations," approved November 5, 1849, approved Feb- 
ruary 13, 1857, and also all of an act entitled "An act to provide for a 
general system of railroad incorporations," approved November 5, 1849, 
except the sections of the last named act numbered 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 
39, 40, 41, 42 and 45, and all laws in conflict with the provisions of this 
act, be and the same are hereby repealed : Provided, however, that all 
general laws of this state in relation to railroad corporations, and tbe 
powers and duties thereof, so far as the same are not inconsistent with 
the provisions of this act, shall remain in force and be applicable to 
railroad incorporations organized under this act. The repeal of the acts 
and parts of acts mentioned in this section shall not be construed so as 
to affect any rights acquired thereunder ; but all corporations formed or 
attempted to be formed under such acts or parts of acts, notwithstand- 
ing any defects or omissions in their articles of association, may, if they 
will adopt or have adopted this act, be entitled to proceed thereunder, 
and have all the benefits of this act ; and all such corporations that have 
adopted or that will adopt this act, are hereby declared legal and valid 
corporations, within the provisions of this act, from the date of the filing 
of their respective articles of association. And the fixing of the termini 
by any such corporation shall have the same effect as if fixed by the 
general assembly : Provided, that all corporations to which this act shall 
apply shall be held liable for, and shall carry out and fulfill all contracts 
made by them, or for, or on their behalf, or of which they have received 
the benefit, whether such corporation, at the time of the making of 
such contract or contracts, was organized, or had attempted to organize, 
under the general laws of the state of Illinois, or not ; whether said con- 
tract was for right of way, work and labor done, or materials furnished, 
or for the running of trains, or carrying passengers or freight upon such 
road, or upon any other road in connection therewith. And if such 
corporation has or does take possession of or use such right of way, 
labor or material so furnished by other persons or corporations, it shall 
be evidence of its acceptance of such contract so entered into by such 
person or corporation with said persons or corporations for its benefit. 
And upon said corporation failing to pay said sum as it ought equitably 
to pay for such right of way, labor or materials, or fail to carry out 
such contracts as aforesaid, so made with persons or corporations, it 



RAILROADS. 129 



shall be held liable in an action at law or in chancery for the recovery 
of the value of said light of way, labor or materials, and for damages 
for non-fulfillment of such contract, in any court of competent juris- 
diction in any county through which the road of such corporation may 
be located : And, provided, further, that this act shall not in any man- 
ner legalize the subscription of any township, county or city to the 
capital stock of any railroad company, nor authorize the issuing of any 
bonds by any township, city or county, in payment of any subscription 
or donation. 
Approved April 26, 1873. 



Schedule of maximum rates. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to prevent extortion and unjust discrimi- 
nation in the rates charged for the transportation of passengers and freights on 
railroads in this State, and to punish the same, and prescribe a mode of procedure 
and rules of evidence in relation thereto, and to repeal an act entitled 'an act to 
prevent unjust discriminations and extortions in the rates to be charged by the dif- 
ferent railroads in this State for the transportation of freights on said roads,' ap- 
proved April 7, A.D. 1871." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 8 of said act shall be so 
amended as to read as follows : 

"The railroad and warehouse commissioners are hereby directed to 
make, for each of the railroad corporations doing business in this state, 
as soon as practicable, a schedule of reasonable maximum rates of 
charges for the transportation of passengers and freights and cars on 
each of said railroads j and said schedule shall, in all suits brought 
against any such railroad corporations, wherein is in any way involved 
the charges of any such railroad corporation for the transportation of 
any passenger or freight or cars, or unjust discrimination in relation 
thereto, be deemed and taken in all courts of this state as prima facie 
evidence that the rates therein fixed are reasonable maximum rates of 
charges for the transportation of passengers and freights and cars upon 
the railroads for which said schedules may have been respectively pre- 
pared. Said commissioners shall from time to time, and as often as 
circumstances may require, change and revise said schedules. When 
any schedules shall have been made or revised, as aforesaid, it shall be 
the duty of said commissioners to cause publication thereof to be made 
for three successive weeks, in some public newspaper published in the 
city of Springfield, in this state. All such schedules, heretofore or here- 
after made, purporting to be printed and published as aforesaid, shall 
be received and held in all such suits as prima facie the schedules of said 
commissioners, without further proof than the production of the schedule 
desired to be used as evidence, with a certificate of the railroad and 
warehouse commissioners that the same is a true copy of a schedule 
prepared by them for the railroad company or corporation therein named, 
and that the same has been published as required by law, stating the 
name of the paper in which the same was published, together with the 
date of such publication." 

Approved March 26, 1874. 



130 KAILKOADS. 



§ 1. Eight of way. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT granting a right of way to the Chicago and Pacific Railroad Company over 
lands of the Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That a strip of land one hundred (100) 
feet wide, extending across the northeast corner of the tract occupied 
by the Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane, situate in 
the county of Kane, and state of Illinois, bounded and described as fol- 
lows, to- wit: Being a part of the north half (£) of section twenty-five 
(25), in township forty-one (41) north, range eight (8) east of the third 
principal meridian, commencing at a point that is sixty-nine (69) feet 
east of a point on the half section line, one hundred and seventy-seven 
(177) feet south of the northwest corner of the northeast quarter (^) of 
said section, and running a line thence north, fifty-four (51°) degrees 
west, three hundred and three (303) feet, and embracing a strip of land 
fifty (50) feet wide on each side of and parallel with said line to a point 
on the section line that is one hundred and seventy-six (176) feet north, 
eighty-eight and one-half (S8£°) degrees west of the northeast corner 
of the northwest quarter (+J of said section ; containing six hundred and 
ninety-five one-thousandtns (695-1000) of an acre. Also, a part of the 
southwest quarter (^) of section twenty four (24), in township and range 
aforesaid, to wit: commencing at a point on the west line of the Chicago 
and Northwestern Eailroad Company's land, that is, two hundred and 
ninety-four (294) feet north of a point on the section line, that is, six 
hundred and five (605) feet north, eighty-eight and one-half (S8£°) de- 
grees west of the southeast corner of the southwest quarter (4) of said 
section ; thence running a line northwesterly on a three (3°) degree 
curve, and embracing a strip of land fifty (50) feet wide on each side of 
and parallel with said curved line, four hundred and thirty-one (431) 
feet; thence north thirty-one (31°) degrees west (true meridian), three 
hundred and sixty-five (365) feet, to a point on the east bank of Fox 
river, that is ten hundred and sixty (1060) feet north, thirty and one- 
half (30£) degree east of a point on the section line, that is nine hun- 
dred, twenty and one-half (920£) leet north, eighty-eight and one-half 
(88t| ) degrees west from the west line of the Chicago and Northwes- 
tern Railroad Company's land, containing one ami eighty-two one- 
hundredths (1 82-100) acres of ground. Also, extending or continuing 
said last mentioned line from the west bank of Fox river, and embracing 
a strip of land fifty (50) feet wide, on each side of and parallel with said 
line, fourteen hundred and seven (1407) feet, to a point on the north 
line of the said asylum grounds, that is seven hundred and one (701) 
feet south, eighty-eight and one-quarter (88|°) degrees east of a point 
that is on a line north one (1°) degree east of the southwest corner of 
the southwest quarter (£) of said section twenty-four (24), two thousand 
five hundred and twenty -eight (2,528) feet, containing three and twenty- 
three one hundredths (3 23-100) acres of land, be and the same is hereby 
granted to the Chicago and Pacific Railroad Company for a right of way 
for their railroad; and that said company are hereby authorized to 
enter into the immediate occupancy thereof, for the purpose of con- 
structing their tracks thereupon : Provided, that when required by the 
trustees of said, institution to do so, said railroad company shall con- 






RECORDER OF DEEDS. , 131 



struct for the use of said institution a sufficient side track at such 
point as may be designated by said trustees, and forever after maintain 
the same in good condition : And, provided, further, said railroad shall 
not collect for transporting freight over their road, delivered to them 
for the state, a greater amount than two-thirds of the present usual 
rates. 
Approved May 3, 1873. 



BECOKDER OF DEEDS. 



§ 1. Amend act in force July 1. 1872. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled u An act to provide for the election of recorder of 
deeds in counties having sixty thousand and more inhabitants," in force July 1, 

1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section eight of said act be and the 
same is hereby amended, so as to read as follows, to- wit : 

" § 8. In counties having a population of more than sixty thousand 
and less than one hundred thousand inhabitants, when a recorder of 
deeds shall be elected, under the provisions of this act, such recorders 
shall receive as their only compensation a salary, to be fixed by the 
county board of their respective counties ; and the said county board 
shall also fix upon the amount to be paid for their necessary clerk hire, 
stationery, fuel and other expenses. And the said recorder of deeds 
shall charge for recording all such instruments as are presented to them 
for record, only such fees as are provided by general law for recording 
the same in counties whose recorders of deeds are authorized by law to 
be elected. And they shall, semi-annually, under oath, make a report, 
in writing, to the county treasurer of their respective counties, of all fees 
and emoluments received by them. And they shall, at the time of mak- 
ing such report, pay over to the respective county treasurers, for the use 
of the county, all moneys in excess of what they are entitled to retain as 
salary. The number of his deputies and assistants shall be determined 
by rule of the circuit court, to be entered of record ; and the compensa- 
tion of such deputies and assistants shall be determined by the county 
board : Provided, said compensation shall be paid only out of, and shall 
in no instance exceed, the fees actually collected. And the recorder of 
deeds in Cook county shall charge, for recording all instruments in 
writing, only such fees as are allowed by general law for recording in 
said county of Cook. And he shall make a semi-annual report, under 
oath, to the county treasurer of said county, in writing, of all fees and 
emoluments received by him ; and shall, at the time of making such 
report, pay over to the said treasurer, for the use of the county of Cook, 
all fees and emoluments received from his said office above the amount 
which he is entitled to retain as salary : Provided, that in no case where 
a recorder of deeds shall be elected under the provisions of this act, 
shall the compensation allowed to him or his deputies and assistants 
exceed the fees actually collected from said office." 

Approved April 11, 1873. 



132 RECORDS. 



EECORDS. 



§ 1 . Amending act of 1872. ; § 2. Emergency. 

' In force March 30, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to remedy the evils consequent upon the 
destruction of any public records by fire, or otherwise," approved April 9, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That sections twenty-three (23) and 
twenty-four (24) of an act entitled "An act to remedy the evils conse- 
quent upon the destruction of any public records by fire, or otherwise," 
approved April 9, 1872, be amended so as to read as follows : 

" § 23. In all cases under the provisions of this act, and in all pro- 
ceedings or actions now or hereafter instituted as to any estate, interest 
or right in, or any lien or incumbrance upon any lots, pieces or parcels 
of land, when any party to such action or proceeding, or his agent or 
attorney in his behalf, shall orally in court, or by affidavit, to be filed 
in such action or proceeding, testify and state under oath that the origi- 
nal of any deeds, conveyances or other written or record evidence, has 
been lost or destroyed, or not in the power of the party wishing to use 
it on the trial, to produce the same, and the record thereof has been 
destroyed by fire or otherwise, the court shall receive all such evidence 
as may have a bearing on the case to establish the execution or con- 
tents of the deeds, conveyances, records, or other written evidence, so 
lost or destroyed: Provided, that the testimony of the parties them- 
selves shall be received subject to all the qualifications in respect of 
such testimony which are now provided by law: And, provided, fur- 
ther, that any writings in. the hands of any person or persons which 
may become admissible in evidence, under the provisions of this section 
or of any other part of this act, shall be rejected and not admitted in 
evidence unless the same appear upon its face without erasure, blemish, 
alteration, interlineation or interpolation in any material part, unless 
the same be explained to the satisfaction of the court, and to have been 
fairly and honestly made in the ordinary course of business ; and that 
any person or persons making any such erasure, alteration, interlinea- 
tion or interpolation, in any such writing, with the intent to change the 
same in any substantial matter, after the same has been once made as 
aforesaid, shall be guilty of the crime of forgery, and be punished 
accordingly ; and that any and all persons who may be engaged in the 
business of making writings or written entries concerning or relating to 
lands and real estate, in any county in this state, to which this act ap- 
plies, and of furnishing to persons applying therefor abstracts and 
copies of such writings or written entries as aforesaid, for a fee, reward 
or compensation therefor, and shall not make the same truly and with- 
out alteration or interpolation, in any matter of substance, with the 
view and intent to alter or change the same in any material matter, or 
matter of substance, shall be guilty of the crime of forgery, and pun- 
ished accordingly ; and any and all such person or persons shall furnish 
said abstracts or copies as aforesaid, to the person and persons from 
time to time applying therefor, in the order of applications and without 
unnecessary delay, and for a reasonable consideration to be allowed 






ROADS AND BRIDGES. 133 



therefor, which in no case shall exceed the sum of $1 50 for each and 
every conveyance, or other like change of title, shown upon such 
abstract or copy ; and any aud all persons so engaged, and whose busi- 
ness is hereby declared to stand upon a like footing with that of com- 
mon carriers, who shall refuse so to do, if tender or paj^ment be made 
to him or them of the amount demanded for such abstract or copy, 
not exceeding the amount aforesaid, as soon as such amount is made 
known, or ascertained, or of a sum adequate to cover said amount, 
before its ascertainment, shall be guilty of the crime of extortion, and 
be punished by a fine of not less than $100 aud not exceeding $1,000 
therefor, upon indictment in any court having jurisdiction thereof, and 
shall also be liable in an action on the case, or other proper form Of ac- 
tion or suit, for any and all damages, loss or injury which any person 
or persons applying therefor may suffer or incur by reason of such fail- 
ure to furnish such abstract or copy as aforesaid." 

"§ 24. Whenever, upon the trial of any suit or proceeding which is 
now or hereafter may be pending in any court in this state, any party 
to such suit or proceeding, or his agent or attorney in his behalf, shall 
orally in court, or by affidavit to be filed in such cause, testify aud state 
under oath that the originals of any deeds or other instrument in writ- 
ing, or records of any court relating to any lands, the title or any inter- 
est therein being in controversy in such suit or proceeding, are lost or 
destroyed, or not within the power of the party to produce the same, 
and that the records thereof are destroyed by fire or otherwise, it shall 
be lawful for any such party to offer, and the court shall receive as 
evidence any abstract of title made in the ordinary course of business, 
prior to such loss or destruction, showing the title of such land, or any 
part of the title of such land, that may have been delivered to the 
owners, or purchasers, or other parties interested in the land, the title 
or any part of the title of which is shown by such abstract of title." 

§ 2. Whereas, the records of Cook county have been destroyed by 
fire, and many suits are pending wherein the written evidence has been 
also destroyed, therefore an emergency exists requiring immediate legis- 
lation on this subject : therefore, this act shall take effect from aud after 
its passage. 

Approved March 30, 1874. 



KOADS AND BEIDGES. 



§ 1. Surveys and plats. In force July 1, 1674. 

AN ACT to amend section 20 of an act entitled "An act in regard to gate-ways, roads 
and bridges in counties not under township organization," approved April 18, 
1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section 20 of an act entitled "An 
act in regard to gate- ways, roads and bridges in counties not under 
township organization," be and the same is hereby amended so as to 
read as follows : 



134 ROADS AND BRIDGES. 



" § 20. All roads shall be surveyed, and a plat, with the courses and 
distances thereof, returned with the report of the viewers to the board 
of county commissioners, which shall be recorded and filed. The board 
of county commissioners, on their return of the report and plat, shall 
determine and establish on record the width of the road, making the 
main leading roads four rods wide, and no other roads less than fifty 
feet, except where a less width is prayed for in the petition, in which 
case the board of county commissioners may fix the width at less than 
fifty feet but not less than thirty feet." 

Approved March 24, 1874. 



§ 1. Manner of laying out — damages. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to gate-ways, roads and bridges, 
in counties not tinder township organization," approved April 18, 1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section twenty-three (23) of said 
act be amended so as to read a follows, to- wit : 

" § 23. In all cases where a public road or cartway shall have been 
or may be authorized by law to be laid out or constructed in any county 
in this state not under township organization, and the same is required 
to pass over the land belonging to any company, corporation or indi- 
vidual, and the owner or owners are incapable in law of contracting, or 
do not agree with the commissioner, superintendent or supervisor, au- 
thorized to construct the said road, on the amount of damages resulting 
to said owner or owners by reason of the opening and construction of 
said road, it shall be lawful for said commissioner, supervisor or super- 
intendent to make application to the nearest justice of the peace in the 
precinct where said land is situate for a jury to assess such damages. 
{Said justice shall thereupon issue his summons, directed to any consta- 
ble of said county, commanding him to summon such owner or owners 
to appear before him at a time and place to be specified in said summons 
not less than five nor more than fifteen days from the date thereof, for 
the purpose of having such damages assessed. Said summons shall be 
under the hand of said justice, and shall be served as now or hereafter 
may be provided by law for the service of summons in civil actions be- 
fore justices of the peace. At the same time said justice shall issue a 
venire to said constable commanding him to summon a jury of six free- 
holders of said county to appear before him on the day when said sum- 
mons is returnable, to assess the said damages. On the return day of 
said summons (unless good cause is shown for a continuance) the said 
justice shall proceed to impannel a jury, who shall be sworn to faithfully 
and impartially assess and report the damages which such owner or 
owners may sustain by reason of the construction of said road. The 
said jury shall hear any competent evidence in regard to said damages 
offered by either party, and the impanneling of said jury, and the pro- 
ceedings before said justice and jury shall be in all respects as in other 
civil cases before justices of the peace, except that upon demand of 
either party the said jury shall personally examine the land damaged. 
The same jury may assess the damages of any and all of the owners of 
lands over which the said road shall pass, if agreed upon by the parties. 



ROADS AND BRIDGES. 135 



The jury shall return to said justice a written verdict specifying the 
amount of damages to he paid to the owner or owners, and the justice 
shall enter the same, together with the other proceedings, upon his 
docket, and shall also enter judgment upon his docket. In case the 
owner or owners of such lands is a minor, a lunatic or insane person, 
the summons shall also include the name of the guardian or conservator, 
if there be one. If the owner is a non-resident of the county, then the 
said justice, upon the return of said summons "not found," shall con- 
tinue the said cause for not more than thirty days, and shall post three 
notices in three of the most public places in said precinct, and one upon 
the door of the court house of said county, which notice shall give the 
time and place when the assessment hereinbefore provided shall be 
made, and shall be posted at least twenty days before the time fixed for 
said assessment. Said justice shall also forward a copy of said notice 
by mail to said owner or owners, if his or their residence is known to 
him. Appeals may be taken to the circuit court from the assessments 
of juries, and the judgment entered thereon, by either party, in the 
same manner as appeals are or may be taken from justices of the peace 
in civil cases. All cases of public roads under the provisions of this 

act shall be docketed "The county of vs. , (the owner of the 

land.) And whenever the county board shall desire to take an appeal, 
the chairman or presiding officer of said county board shall execute 
the bond for and on behalf of the county. In case of cartways or private 
roads, all cases shall be docketed the petitioner as plaintiff, and the 
owner of the land as defendant, and the plaintiff shall execute bond on 
appeal. Upon payment or tender of the amount of damages awarded by 
the verdict of the jury to the owner or owners of the land damaged, the 
guardian, if such owner is a minor, the conservator, if such owner is an 
insane person, or to the county treasurer, if the owner is a non-resident 
of the county, or incapable in law to receive said money, the said road 
may be opened by the proper authority, and the title of the land vest 
in the public for the uses specified in the petition : Provided, in case of 
an appeal, the opening and construction of the road shall not be delayed 
thereby, nor shall the title of the land vest in the public, for the uses 
specified in the petition, until judgment or tender of payment shall be 
made, as above provided, of the amount of damages which shall be 
awarded by the final judgment of the court. The costs of all proceed- 
ings before the justice shall be borne by the county in case of a public 
road, and the person petitioning, in case of a private road or cartway. 
If the owner of land appeal, and the assessment made by the jury be 
not increased in circuit court, then such owner shall pay all costs of 
appeal. If the county or petitioner for a cartway appeal from any as- 
sessment by a jury before a justice, and the county or such petitioner 
do not reduce said assessment, the county or such petitioner shall pay 
all costs on appeal : Provided, that it shall be in the power of the county 
board or petitioner, in case of a cartway, after final judgment in case 
of a public road or cartway, to abandon all proceedings in and about 
the opening of said road or cartway, if they or he deem the damages 
too great. 
Approved March 27, 1874. 



136 - ROADS AND BRIDGES. 



§ 1. Sections amended. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to roads and bridges in coun- 
ties under township organization.!' 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section fifty-nine (59) of said act 
be so amended as to read as follows : 

"§ 59. If any person shall purposely destroy or injure any sidewalk, 
public bridge, culvert or causeway, or remove any of the timber or plank 
thereof, or obstruct the same, he shall forfeit a sum not less than $3 nor 
more than one $100, and shall be liable for all damages occasioned there- 
by, and all necessary costs of rebuilding or repairing the same." 

§ 2. That section sixty-two (62) of said act be so amended as to read 
as follows : 

"§ 62. It shall be lawful for the owner or occupants of land border- 
ing upon any public road to build sidewalks not to exceed six feet in 
width, and plant shade and ornamental trees along and in such road at 
a distance not exceeding one- tenth of the legal width of the road from 
its margin, and also to erect and maintain a fence so long as shall be 
actually necessary for the purpose of raising a hedge on said margin a 
distance of four feet from and within said marginal lines." 

§ 3. That section sixty-five (65) of said act be so amended as to read 
as follows : 

"§ 65. All public highways laid out by order of the commissioners of 
highways or supervisors on appeal shall be not less than fifty feet wide, 
nor more than sixty feet wide : Provided, the commissioners may lay 
out roads not less than forty feet wide nor more than sixty feet wide, 
when so prayed for by the petitioners, if such road does not exceed two 
miles in length : And, provided, further, that all public roads shall be 
opened within five years from the date of the filing of the order laying 
out the same, or be deemed vacated." 

Approved March 26, 1874. 



§ 1. Crossings under highway. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act in regard to roads and bridges in coun- 
ties under township organization," approved April 11, 1873. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section sixty -three (63) of said act be 
amended to read as follows, to-wit : 

"Any person owning, using or occupying lands on both sides of any 
public highway shall be entitled to the privilege of making a crossing 
under said highway for the purpose of letting his cattle and other do- 
mestic animals cross said road : Provided, said person shall erect at his 
own expense a good and substantial bridge, with secure railing on each 
side thereof, and build an embankment of easy grade on either side of 
said bridge ; said bridge not to be less than sixteen feet wide, and to 
be approved by the commissioner of highways of the town in which said 
bridge is built, and the same to be kept constantly in good repair by the 
owner or occupant of said land ; the construction subject always to the 



SCHOOLS 137 

consent and approval of the commissioner of highways of said town : 
And, provided, further, that in case such crossing is made on any 
water-way, or natural channel for water, and where a culvert or bridge is 
maintained, as required for road purposes, said owners or occupants 
shall not be required to pay for or construct any more of said crossing 
than the additional cost of such crossing over and above the necessary 
cost of a suitable culvert or bridge for road purposes at such place." 
Approved March 28, 1874. 



§ 1. To appropriate surplus moneys in the payment of any indebtedness existing against towns or 
villages. In force May 3, 1873. 

AN ACT in relation to surplus funds raised in towns and villages for town, road 

and bridge purposes. 

Whereas various towns and villages in this state, by a vote of the 
electors thereof, did, in pursuance of law, raise money for town, road 
and bridge purposes ; and whereas, in many towns and villages in this 
state, a surplus of such moneys remains on hand ; and whereas, there 
is no statute authorizing the appropriation or use of such surplus for 
any other purpose than that for which the same was raised ; therefore, 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That tbe several towns and villages of 
this state which may have a surplus of money raised for town, road and 
bridge purposes, as aforesaid, be and they are hereby authorized, by 
vote of a majority of the trustees or other proper officers of any such 
town or village, to appropriate any such surplus moneys to the payment of 
any indebtedness existing against any such town or village, and for no 
other purpose. 

§ 2. Whereas there is now no statute authorizing the transfer of such 
funds, wherefore an emergency exists for the immediate passage of this 
act : therefore, this act shall take effect and be in force from and after 
its passage. 

Approved May 3, 1873. 



SCHOOLS. 



§ 1. Transfer of pupils. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section thirty-five (35) of an act entitled "An act to establish 
and maintain a system of free schools," approved April 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, rep- 
resented in the General Assembly, That section thirty-five (35) of said act 
shall be amended so as to read as follows: 

"§ 35. Pupils shall not be transferred from one district to another with- 
out the written consent of a majority of the directors of both districts, 
which written permit shall be delivered to and filed by the proper 
township treasurer, and shall be evidence of such consent ; and separate 
—14 



138 SCHOOLS. 

schedules kept for such district, and in each schedule shall be certified 
the proper amount due the teacher from that district, computed upon 
the basis of the total number of days' attendance of all the schedules. 
If the district from which the pupils are transferred is in the same town- 
ship as the district in which the school is taught, the directors of said 
district shall deliver the separate schedule to their township treasurer, 
who shall credit the district in which the school was taught, and charge 
the other districts with the respective amounts certified in said separate 
schedules to be due. If pupils are transferred from a district of another 
township the schedule for that district shall be delivered to the direc- 
tors thereof, who shall immediately draw an order on their treasurer in 
favor of the treasurer of the township in which the school was taught, 
for the amount certified to be due in said separate schedule. When a 
school is composed of pupils from different townships, the teacher shall 
in all cases be paid by the treasurer of the township in which the school 
is taught, and the duty of collecting the amount due from the other 
townships shall devolve upon the directors. Upon petition of fifty 
voters of any school township, filed with the township treasurer at least 
fifteen days preceding a regular election of trustees, it shall be the duty 
of said treasurer to notify the voters of the township that the election 
"for" and "against" a high school will be held at the next ensuing elec- 
tion of trustees, and the ballots to such effect shall be received and can- 
vassed at such election ; and if a majority of the votes at such election 
shall be found to be in favor of a high school, it shall be the duty of the 
trustees of the township to establish, at some central point most conve- 
nient for a majority of the pupils of the township, a high school for the 
education of the more advanced pupils. For the purpose of building a 
school house, supporting the school, and other necessary expenses, the 
town shall be regarded as a school district, and the trustees shall have 
the power and discharge the duties of directors for such district in all 
respects : Provided, that in like manner the voters and trustees of two 
or more adjoining townships, or parts of townships, may co-operate in 
the establishment and maintenance of a high school on such terms Jas 
they may by written agreement, made by the board of trustees, enter 
into. 
Approved March 24, 1874. 



§ 1. Examination of teachers. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to amend section fifty (50) of an act entitled "An act to establish and main- 
tain a system of free schools," approved April 1, 1872. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That section fifty (50) of an act entitled 
"An act to establish and maintain a system of free schools," approved 
April 1, A. D. 1872, be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as 
follows : 

"No teacher shall be authorized to teach a common school under tin 
provisions of this act, who is not of good moral character, and who does 
not possess a certificate as required by this section. It shall be the duty oi 
the county superintendent to grant certificates to such persons as may, 
upon due examination, be found qualified ; and said certificates shall be 



SCHOOLS. 



139 



of two grades : those of the first grade shall be valid for two years, and 
shall certify that the person to which such certificate is given is quali- 
fied to teach orthography, reading in English, penmanship, arithmetic, 
English grammar, modern geography, the elements of the natural scien- 
ces, the history of the United States, physiology and the laws of health. 
Certificates of the second grade shall be valid for one year, and shall 
certify that the person to whom such certificate is given is qualified to 
teach orthography, reading in English, penmanship, arithmetic, Eng- 
lish grammar, modern geography and the history of the United States. 
The county superintendent may, at his option, renew said certificates 
at their expiration, by his endorsement thereon, and may revoke the 
same at any time, for immorality, incompetency, or other just cause. 
Said certificates may be in the following form, viz : 

" , Illinois, ,18.. 

" County. 

"The undersigned having examined in orthography, reading in English, penmanship, 

arithmetic, English grammar, modern geography, the history of the United States, and being satisfied 

that is of good moral character, hereby certifies that qualifications in the 

above branches are such as to entitle to this certificate, being of the grade, and valid 

in said county for year from the date hereof, renewable at the option of the county superinten- 
dent by his endorsement thereon. 

Given under my hand and seal at the date aforesaid." 

"A. B., County Superintendent of Schools." 

In any county in which a county normal school is established, under 
the control of a county board of education, the diplomas of graduates 
in said normal school shall, when directed by said board, be taken by 
the county superintendent as sufficient evidence of qualifications to en- 
title the holder to a first-class certificate. Each county superintendent 
shall also keep a record, in a book provided for that purpose, of all 
teachers to whom he grants certificates. Said record shall show the 
date and grade of each certificate granted, and the name, age and na- 
tivity of each teacher ; and shall give the names of male and female 
teachers separately. Said record may be as follows, viz : 



Name. 


Age. 


Nativity. 


Date. 


Grade 


Remarks. 


Charles Thompson. 


25 


Illinois. 


March 1, 1864. 


1 


Has taught 5 years. 



A copy or transcript of said record shall be transmitted by the county 
superintendent, with his regular report, to the state superintendent. 
The state superintendent of public instruction is hereby authorized to 
grant state certificates to such teachers as may be found worthy to 
receive- them, which shall be of perpetual validity in every county and 
school district in the state. But state certificates shall only be granted 
upon public examination, of which due notice shall be given, in such 
branches and upon such terms and by such examiners as the state su- 
perintendent and the principals of the normal universities may pre- 
scribe. Said certificates may be revoked by the state superintendent 
upon proof of immoral or unprofessional conduct. Every school estab- 
lished under the provisions of this act shall be for the instructions in 
the branches of education prescribed in the qualifications for teachers, 
and in such other branches, including vocal music and drawing, as the 
directors or the voters of the district, at the annual election of direc- 
tors, may prescribe." 
- Approved March 30, 1874. 



140 TOWNS. 



TOWNS. 



§ 1. Act repealed. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "An act to attach all fractional townships in Kan- 
kakee county to full townships therein, for school purposes." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That an act entitled "An act to attach all 
fractional townships in Kankakee county to full townships therein, for 
school purposes," approved March 26, A. D. 1869, be and. the same is 
hereby repealed. 

Approved March 16, 1874. 



§ 1. Act repealed. In force July 1, 1874. 

AN ACT to repeal an act entitled "An act to attach a portion of town nineteen north, 
range twelve west, to town eighteen north, range twelve west, in Vermilion county, 
State of Illinois," approved February 21, 1859. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That an act entitled "An act to attach 
a portion of town nineteen north, range twelve west, to town eighteen 
north, range twelve west, in Vermilion county, state of Illinois," ap- 
proved February 21, 1859, be and the same is hereby repealed. 

Approved February 12, 1874. ^ 



§ 1. Repeal act in force April 16, 1869. In force July 1, 1873. 

AN ACT to repea an act entitled "An act to change the name of the town of Rand 
to Desplaines, and incorporate the same." 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That an act entitled "An act to change 
the name of the town of Eand to Desplaines, and incorporate the same," 
in force April 15, 1869, be and the same is hereby repealed. 

Approved April 23, 1873. 



WAREHOUSES. 



141 



WAKEHOUSES. 



§1. 



§2. 
§3. 



The Board of Kailroad and "Warehouse Com- 
missioners to establish grades for the in- 
spection of grain. 

To appoint committee of appeals. 

Duties of committee of appeals. 



§ 4. Commissioners to fix fees in cases of appeals. 
§ 5. "Warehouse receipts to be returned — fees for 

inspection of grain. 
§ 6. "What to remain in force. 
In force July 1, 1873. 



AN ACT to amend an act entitled "An act to regulate public wareho*ises and the 
warehousing and inspection of grain, and to give effect to article thirteen (13) of 
the constitution of the State," approved April 25, 1871, in force July 1, 1871, and to 
establish a committee of appeal, and perscribe their duties. 

Section 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, repre- 
sented in the General Assembly, That the board of railroad and ware- 
house commissioners shall establish a proper number and standard of 
grades for the inspection of grain, and may alter or change the same 
from time to time : Provided, no modification or change of grades shall 
be made, or any new ones established, without public notice being given 
of such contemplated change, for at least twenty days prior thereto, by 
publication in three daily newspapers printed in each city containing 
warehouses of class A: And, provided, further, that no mixture of old 
and new grades, even though designated by the same name or distinc- 
tion, shall be permitted while in store. 

§ 2. Within twenty days after this act takes effect, the board of 
railroad and warehouse commissioners shall appoint three discreet and 
competent persons to act as a committee of appeals, in every city where- 
in is located a warehouse of class A, who shall hold their office for one 
year and until their successors are appointed. And every year there- 
after a like committee of appeals shall be appointed by said commis- 
sioners, "who shall hold their office for one year and until their successors 
are appointed : Provided, said commissioners shall have power, in their 
discretion, to remove from office any member of said committee at any 
time, and fill vacancies thus created by the appointment of other dis- 
creet persons. 

§ 3. In all matters involving doubt on the part of the chief inspector, 
or any assistant inspector, as to the proper inspection of any lot of grain, 
or in case any owner, consignee or shipper of grain, or any warehouse 
manager, shall be dissatisfied with the decision of the chief inspector or 
any assistant inspector, an appeal may be made to said committee of ap- 
peal, and the decision of a majority of such committee shall be final. 
Said board of commissioners are authorized to make all necessary rules 
governing the manner of appeals, as herein provided. And all com- 
plaints in regard to the inspection of grain, and all notices requiring the 
services of the committee of appeals, may be served on said committee, 
or may be filed with the warehouse registrar of said city, who shall im- 
mediately notify said committee of the fact, and who shall furnish said 
committee with such clerical assistance as may be necessary for the 
proper discharge of their duties. It shall be the duty of said commit- 
tee, on receiving such notice, to immediately act on and render a decision 
in each case. 

§ 4. For every case decided by said committee of appeal, they shall 
be entitled to such fees as may be fixed by the board of railroad and 



142 WAREHOUSES. 



warehouse commissioners, not to exceed $3 for each member of said 
committee for each case submitted ; said fees to be paid either from 
the inspection fund or by the party taking the appeal, as the commis- 
sioners shall direct; and all necessary expenses incurred in carrying 
out the provisions of this act, except as herein otherwise provided, shall 
be paid out of the funds collected for the inspection service, on the order 
of the commissioners. 

§ 5. No grain shall be delivered from store from any warehouse of 
class A, for which or representing which warehouse receipts shall have 
been issued^ except upon the return of such receipts, stamped or other- 
wise plainly marked by the warehouse registrar with the words "regis- 
tered for cancellation," and the date thereof; and said board of commis- 
sioners shall have power to fix the rates of charges for the inspection of 
grain, both into and out of warehouse ; which charges shall be a lien 
upon all grain so inspected-, and may be collected of the owners, receiv- 
ers or shippers of such grain, in such manner as the said commissioners 
may prescribe. 

§ 6. Section thirteen (13) of the act to which this is an amendment, is 
hereby repealed: Provided, the provisions contained in said section shall 
remain in force until the grades for the inspection of grain shall have 
been established by the commissioners, as provided in section 1 of this 
act. 

Approved April 15, 1873. 



Note. — The following acts of 1873, contained herein, have been repealed. [See p. 1045, " Revised 
Statutes," 1874.]: 

"An act to amend section 2 of an act entitled 'an act to prohibit domestic animals from running at 
large in this state,' approved January 13, 1872." approved May 2, 1873. 

"An act to enable towns to prohibit domestic animals from running at large in counties where they 
are not prohibited by law," approved April 11, 1873. 

"An act'to amend an ac*t entitled 'an act to prohibit domestic animals from running at large in this 
state,' approved Jan uary 13, 1872," approved May 1, 1873. 

"An act to provide for copying the laws and journals of the general assembly," approved April 29, 
1873. 

"An act to provide for transferring territory from one county to another," approved May 1, 1873. 

"An act to amend an act entitled 'an act to amend chapter thirty of the Revised Statutes, entitled 
'Criminal Jurisprudence,' approved February 13, 1863," approved March 19, 1873. 

"An act authorizing circuit judges to hold branch or branches of courts in other than judicial dis- 
tricts," approved May 3, 1873. 

"An act to fix the terms of county courts," approved May 2, 1873. 

"An act to amend an act entitled 'an act to provide for the adoption of minors, ' approved February 
22, 1867," approved April 25, 1873. 

"An act for the suppression of the trade in and circulation of obscene literature, illustrations, adver- 
tisements and articles of indecent or immoral use, and obscene advertisements of patent medicines 
and articles for producing abortion," approved May 3, 1873. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE, OFFICE OF SECRETARY. 

SruiNGFiELD, Illinois, August W, 1874. 
I, George H. Harlow, Secretary of State of the State of Illinois, do hereby certify that the fore- 
going printed laws are true and perfect copies of the enrolled laws passed at the regular session of the 
Twenty-eighth General Assembly, and on file in this office, with the exception of the words printed in 
brackets, thus [ ], and not including such acts as are contained in the Revised Statutes of 1874. 

GEO. H. HARLOW, 

Secretary of State. 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



Adjournment. 



Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That when the general assembly shall adjourn on Tuesday, May 6th, 
it shall stand adjourned until Tuesday, January 6, 1874, 12 o'clock 
noon. No member, officer or employee shall receive any pay during 
the recess, except such members as are required to act on committee 
during the recess, and they shall receive pay only for the time actually 
spent in the service of the state in committee. 



Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That when the two houses of this General Assembly shall adjourn on 
Tuesday, March 31st, they shall respectively stand adjourned sine die. 



Bankrupt Law. 

Be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That our senators in congress be instructed, and our representatives 
be requested, to vote for and urge the immediate and unconditional re- 
peal of an act of congress known as the "General Bankrupt Law f 
that the secretary of state shall transmit to each of our senators and 
representatives in congress an authenticated copy of this resolution. 



Centennial Commission. 



Whereas the United States Centennial Commission has requested 
the appointment in each state of a " State Board of Managers " to repre- 
sent their states at the International Exhibition to be held in the city of 
Philadelphia in 1876 ; therefore, 



144 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



Resolved by the Senate, the House concurring herein, That the governor 
be and is hereby authorized to appoint a " State Board of Managers," 
consisting of seven members, two of whom shall be the IT. S. Centen- 
nial Commissioner, and alternate, heretofore appointed to represent the 
interests of this state at the International Exhibition to be held at the 
city of Philadelphia in 1876, and the governor is also hereby authorized 
to require the State Board of Managers, annually, to report to him their 
proceedings on or before the first of January, to be by him submitted 
to the general assembly : Provided, that such Board of Managers shall 
not incur any expenses, personal or otherwise, on behalf of the state. 



Charitable Institutions. 

Whereas, there is a prevailing opinion in the minds of many of the 
members of this general assembly that the various charitable institu- 
tions of this state are unnecessarily expensive as now managed; and, 
whereas, it is asserted that in many of said institutions supplies are 
purchased at retail prices, at greater expense to the state than is ab- 
solutely necessary ; and whereas, it is the duty of this general assembly 
to protect the interests of the people, who pay the taxes for the support 
of said institutions; therefore, 

Resolved by the House, the Senate concurring herein, That there be a 
joint special committee appointed, to consist of three members on the 
part of the house, and two on the part of the senate, whose duty it 
shall be to thoroughly investigate the affairs of said charitable institu- 
tions, to ascertain the manner and principle of their management, and 
inquire into the expediency of putting the control and management 
of all said institutions under the control of one board of commission- 
ers. 

Resolved, That if said committee cannot get the necessary informa- 
tion from the State Board of Public Charities, and the several depart- 
ments of state, that they are hereby instructed to visit said institutions 
for the purpose of collecting such information, and that they report the 
result of their investigation during the present session of the general as- 
sembly ; that if the interest of the state requires it, said committee re- 
port a bill revising the law governing said institutions, and as far as 
may be to remedy the evils complained of. 



Condition of Treasury. 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, 
That the joint committee on finance of the house and senate be and 
they are hereby instructed to ascertain and report, at their conven- 
ience — 

1. The amount of money in the state treasury. 

2. The amount of appropriations made heretofore and yet unex- 
pended. 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 145 



3. The amount of state revenue required for the next two years for 
all purposes, and from what sources to be derived. 

4. The amount of the outstanding indebtedness of the state, and 
the times when the same matures. 

5. The condition as to security of the vaults and safes in the office 
of the state treasurer. 

6. Any other information deemed of value to the general assembly 
in relation to the finance of the state. 



Copying Laws and Journals. 

Whereas a certain newspaper has charged the former secretary of 
state with overcharging for copying the laws and journals of the iS7th 
general assembly ; therefore, be it 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That a special joint committee of five, two from the senate and three 
from the house, be appointed by the respective chairmen, to investigate 
said work, and to report the result by resolution or otherwise, as early 
as possible ; and that it be the duty of said committee to inquire into 
and report how much paper and what kind of paper has been furnished 
by the secretary of state to the public printer since the session of the 
legislature, and the cost thereof. 



County Commissioners. 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That the secretary of state be requested to send certified copies of sen- 
ate bill No. 485 to the clerk of the county court of each county in this 
state, not under township organization, at as early a day as practicable. 



Election Returns. 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein. 
That the two houses meet in joint session in the hall of representa- 
tives, on Friday, the 10th day of January, inst., at 11 o'clock A. M., for 
the purpose of canvassing the returns of the election for governor, 
lieutenant-governor, secretary of state, auditor of public accounts, treas- 
urer, and attorney-general. 



-15 



146 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



Enrollment of Laws. 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein. 
That the chief enrolling and engrossing clerk of the house of represen- 
tatives and the senate, be and they are hereby instructed and directed 
to allow no enrolled bills to be laid before the joint committee on en- 
rolled bills of this general assembly in which there has been an erasure 
of a word, words or sentence, or in which there is an interlineation of 
a word, words or sentence, and that all enrolled bills laid before said 
committee as correctly enrolled, shall be in a fair, legible hand- writing 
and without such interlineation or erasure ; that in case any law shall 
be filed in the office of the secretary of state not in accordance with the 
provisions of this resolution, it shall be the duty of the secretary of 
state at once to notify the house in which such law originated. 



Governor and Lieutenant-Governor. 

Resolved by tlie House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That a joint committee of three on the part of the house and two on 
the part of the senate, be appointed to wait on the Hon. Bichard J. 
Oglesby, and inform him of his election to the office of governor of 
this state, and that they also inform the Hon. John L. Beveridge of his 
election to the office of lieutenant-governor of this state, and inquire of 
them at what time they will meet the two houses for the purpose of 
taking their oaths of office. 



Immigration. 

Whereas, the number of immigrants daily landing on our shores 
has been and is growing more and more ; and whereas, the wealth and 
prosperity of our country is thereby being enriched and developed : 

Resolved, That the house of representatives, the senate concurring, 
do recommend to our members of congress the necessity of their crea- 
ting and supporting some general law, which will tend to better protect 
and encourage immigration, and which shall particularly look to the 
protection of immigrants while on their passage across the Atlantic and 
over the railroads, on their way to the western and southern part of 
this republic. 



Improvement of Navigation. 

Whereas, the governor of this stnte, complying with n request of a 
convention held at Cincinnati, February 20, 1872, did, in joint action 
with the governors of Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, West Vir- 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 147 



ginia and Pennsylvania, appoint five commissioners to represent Illi- 
nois, and act with a like number of commissioners from each of the 
other states above named, to the end that a board of commissioners 
might thus be established through and by the exertions of which the 
government of the United States should be induced to enter, with the 
least possible delay, upon the work of making the Ohio and its navi- 
gable tributaries safe, cheap and reliable highways ; and whereas, the 
seven states represented by this commission, and the seven other great 
states bordering on the Mississippi valley, contain one-half of the 
whole population of the nation, and produce quite sixty per cent, of the 
farm products of the whole country, and to which cheap transportation 
is therefore a necessity; and whereas, in consequence of the high rates 
of railroad transportation, the profits of the agriculturist have been 
destroyed, while the value of farming lands has been greatly impaired, 
and capital has thus been discouraged from engaging in agricultural 
development: therefore, be it 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein. 
That the improvement of the great water lines of the country cheapens 
the cost of transportation, contributes to the agricultural and mineral 
resources of the country, and adds to the general prosperity. 

Resolved, That we recoguize the authority of the joint commission 
for the improvement of the Ohio river, and its tributaries, created by 
joint action of the governors of the Ohio valley states, and indorse and 
sustain its action to obtain the sufficient and proper support of the gov- 
ernment of the United States in the great public work committed to 
the charge of said commission. 

Resolved, That to give said commission greater efficacy in its labors, 
we hereby request our senators and representatives in the congress of 
the United States to give the suggestions of this joint board of com- 
missioners for the improvement of the Ohio and its tributaries their 
combined and earnest support. 

Resolved, That the governor of this state is hereby requested to for- 
ward a copy of this preamble and resolutions to each senator and rep- 
resentative in the congress of the United States from Illinois. 



Inauguration of State Officers. 

Resolved, That the senate, the house concurring herein, will meet in 
joint session with the house, in the hall of the house of representatives, 
on Monday, January 13, at 2 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of witness- 
ing the inauguration of governor, lieutenant-governor, and the state 
officers elect of the state of Illinois. 



Increased Pay of Congressmen. 

Resolved by the Souse of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That we emphatically condemn the law passed by the 42d Congress 



148 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



increasing the pay of members of congress and other officers of the 
government, and instruct our senators and respectfully request our 
representatives in congress to use their best endeavors to secure the 
unconditional repeal of said law; and we hereby declare our convic- 
tion that the constitution of the United States should be so amended 
as to prevent any future congress from increasing the pay of its own 
members, and we hereby express our earnest request that immediate 
measures be instituted by congress to secure this end. 



International Exposition. 

Whereas the United States commissioner to the international expo- 
sition, to be held at Vienna, Austria, in the year 1873, have made appli- 
cation to his excellency, John L. Beveridge, governor of the state of 
Illinois, to furnish said commissioner with a drawing of the coat- of- arms 
of this state, in colors; also, such flags and banners as he may see 
proper to spare, said articles to be returned to the state ; and whereas 
the state of Illinois should be represented at said exposition ; therefore, 
be it 

Resolved by the Souse of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That the governor be and is hereby authorized to furnish to said commis- 
sioners said coat-of-arms and such flags and banners as he may deem 
expedient to properly represent this state at said exposition. 



International Prison Reform. 

Resolved by the Senate, the Rouse of Representatives concurring, That 
the Rev. E. C. Wines, D, D., LL. 1)., of New York, Secretary of the 
National Prison Association and President of the International Prison 
Commission, Commissioner of the United States to the International 
Prison Congress, at London, be and hereby is invited to address the 
members of this general assembly on the subject of "Prison Discipline 
and Reform," in the hall of representatives, on Wednesday evening, the 
21st inst., at 7 J o'clock. 



Joint Rules. 



Resolved by the Senate, the Souse concurring, That the joint rules of the 
senate and house of the last session be the joint rules of the senate and 
house of the present session. 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 149 



Judicial Circuits 

Whereas, by the thirteenth section of the sixth article of the consti- 
tution of 1870, it is made the duty of this general assembly to divide the 
state into judicial circuits, formed of contiguous counties, in as nearly 
compact form and as nearly equal as circumstances will permit, having 
due regard to business, territory and population; and whereas, by the 
latter clause of the thirty- first section of said article, it is made the duty 
of the judges of the several circuit courts to report to the general as- 
sembly the number of days they have held court in the several counties 
composing their respective circuits the preceding two years ; and whereas, 
such information is very desirable, to enable this general assembly 
to properly divide the state into judicial circuits; therefore, be it 

Resolved by the /Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That the judges of the several circuit courts in this state, Cook county 
excepted, be and they are hereby requested, at as early a day as may be 
practicable, to report to this general assembly the number of days they 
have held court in the several counties composing their respective cir- 
cuits for the preceding two years, and that said reports be forwarded to 
the president of the senate and speaker of the house. 

And. be it further resolved, That upon the passage of this resolution it 
shall be the duty of the secretary of state to immediately forward a 
copy of the same to each of the circuit judges presiding outside of Cook 
county. 



New State House. 

Whereas the hall occupied by this house is unsafe to the life and 
health of members; and whereas, we have just appropriated the sum 
of $1,000,000 more to prosecute the work on the new state house; there- 
fore, be it 

Resolved by the House, the Senate concurring herein, That the state 
house commissioners be requested to use every means within their pow- 
er to so far complete the said state house as to make the same comfort- 
able for the next or adjourned session of the general assembly. 



Painting of W. H. Bissell. 

Whereas the family of the Hon. W. H. Bissell, after his death, con- 
veyed to the state several valuable pictures which are now in the exe- 
utive mansion, amongst which is a small landscape view held in great 
esteem by his surviving daughters as a family relic, greatly prized by 
their father during his life ; therefore, 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That the governor be authorized to return to the daughters of Wm. H. 
Bissell, deceased, a certain landscape painting now hanging in the west 
front parlor of the executive mansion. 



150 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



Pay of H. B. Bishop. 

Whereas, the Hon. H. B. Bishop, a member of this house, has not 
been present during the adjourned session of this general assembly ; 
and whereas, the said Hon. H. B. Bishop has deserted his family and 
departed for parts unknown to this house ; and whereas, the warrants 
for his per diem are now in the hands of the auditor ; therefore, be it 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, 
That the auditor is hereby directed to turn over all warrants and claims 
to the wife of Hon. H. B. Bishop, or any other person she may author- 
ize, and that the treasurer is hereby directed to pay said warrants on 
presentation by the said Mrs. Bishop, or any person authorized by her. 



Printing and Binding. 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That the secretary of state and the commissioners of public printing 
are respectfully instructed not to certify or approve any accounts for 
public printing or binding, and the auditor of state is hereby instructed 
to draw no further warrants on the treasurer for such public printing 
or binding, until the house of representatives has received and acted 
upon the report of the printing committee of the house, now investiga- 
ting that subject under directions from the house. 






Publication of Act concerning Jurors. 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That the secretary of state be required to cause a sufficient number of 
copies of the "Act concerning jurors" to be printed, to furnish each 
court of record in this state one copy, and that he forward the same to 
the clerks thereof. 



Publication of Act concerning Jurors. 

Whereas, by joint resolution of the senate and house, the secretary 
af state has been directed to cause to be published and distributed with- 
out delay, to the clerks of the several counties, copies of "An act con- 
cerning jurors," approved February 11, 1874; and whereas, an error 
has been discovered in section 14, of said act, to correct which a bill 
has been introduced into the house, read a first time and ordered to a 
second reading ; therefore, 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That the secretary of state be and he is hereby directed to cause the 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 151 



publication and distribution of said act to be suspended until said 
amendatory bill shall be passed and approved ; and that he then cause 
said act, incorporating said section 14, as amended, to be printed and 
distributed as heretofore directed. 



. ' Publication of Journals. 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That the secretary of state be directed to have published, during the 
recess and in the usual form, the journals of both houses up to the time 
of the adjournment of the present regular session : Provided, that this 
publication, so far as it goes, shall be in lieu of that required by law to 
be made, and within the same time as if the general assembly adjourned 
sine die on the 6th of May, 1873. 



Publication of Laws. 

Whereas the enactments of the 28th general assembly have made 
great changes in the statute laws, and it is desirable that the public 
officers throughout the state be made acquainted therewith at the earli- 
est possible moment ; therefore, be it 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That six thousand (6,000) copies of the laws of this session of the 28th 
general assembly be published in the usual manner and style and in 
lieu of the number required by law to be made, for immediate distribu- 
tion, and that the secretary of state be and he is hereby directed 
to forward without delay, at soon as published, one copy thereof to the 
clerks of each of the circuit and county courts of the state, and twenty- 
two copies thereof to each member of this general assembly, provided 
the same can be done within thirty days after the adjournment of 
this session of the general assembly, the secretary of state to pay the 
cost of distributing said laws, and of copying the same for the printer 
at not exceeding four cents per one hundred words, out of the contin- 
gent fund of his office. 



Publication of Eevenue Law. 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That the secretary of state be and is hereby instructed to have printed 
in pamphlet form 5,000 copies of house bill No. 505, being amendments 
to the general revenue laws, and distribute the same to the counties 
in proportion to the number of townships and precincts. 



152 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



Publication of Road Law. 

Resolved by tlie Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein. 
That the secretary of state be and is hereby instructed to cause to 
be published twelve thousand copies of the road law for counties under 
township organization, and live thousand copies of the road law for 
counties not under township organization, for the use of the commis- 
sioners of highways, and that he distribute the same among the county 
clerks of the state, in proportion to the number of congressional or po- 
litical townships in such counties. 



Public Lands — Appropriation of. 

In view of the growing power of monopolies in this country, and the 
great desire of the farmers and mechanics to be relieved from the same, 
and the demand that comes from every hamlet of the northwest, asking 
for said relief, and believing that the public lands should be kept for 
actual settlers, 

Resolved by the Souse of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That we would respectfully instruct our senators and request our rep- 
resentatives in congress to vote against all appropriations of the public 
land, or the loaning of the bonds of the nation for the benefit of private 
corporations ; and that a copy of this resolution be sent by the secre- 
tary of state to each senator and representative in congress from this 
state. 



Railroad Freights. 

Whereas, the constitution of the United States makes it the duty of 
congress to regulate commerce between the states ; therefore, 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, 
That our senators in congress be instructed, and our representatives be 
requested, to use all lawful means to procure a law of congress, pre- 
venting railroads or transportation companies, doing business through 
or between the states, from making unjust charges or discriminations 
for such services. 



Reports of Circuit Clerks. 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That the clerks of the circuit courts of each county in the state, Cook 
county excepted, be requested to furnish the senate, at their earliest 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 153 



convenience, with a written statement, showing the number of common 
law, chancery and criminal causes disposed of during the year A. D. 
1872, in each county, respectively ; how many suits were instituted ; and 
how many remain on the docket for trial, for want of time on the part 
of the court to hear them. 

Resolved, further, That the clerks of the county courts in each of the 
counties of the state, Cook county excepted, be also requested to fur- 
nish the senate with a statement, showing the number of cases begun 
or existing in said court for the year 1872, by reason of the increased 
jurisdiction given to said court by the act approved April 5, 1872. 

Resolved, That the clerks of the city courts of record in this state, the 
city of Chicago excepted, be requested to furnish the senate with a state- 
ment, showing the number of cases began in said county during the year 
1872. 

Resolved, That the secretary of state be and he is hereby required to 
furnish each of said clerks with a printed copy of these resolutions. 



Reports from Circuit Judges. 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, 
That the several circuit judges of this state be requested to certify to 
the speaker of the house and president of the senate, forthwith, as near 
as may be, the length of time required to dispose of the business, in 
each county of their circuits, now remaining undisposed of ; and that 
the secretary of state be requested to certify a copy of this resolution to 
the several circuit judges at once. 



Report from Committee ou State Institutions. 

Resolved by the Souse of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That the joint special committee on state institutions, to whom was 
referred house bill No. 787, be instructed to report said bill back to 
this house without delay. 



Revenue Law. 

Whereas this general assembly has undertaken to complete the re- 
vision of the statutes begun by the 27th general assmbly ; and whereas, 
numerous amendments to the several laws of 1871-2 have been made by 
this assembly to said revenue law, and various bills and resolutions prop- 
osing further material changes in said law have been introduced into both 
houses of this assembly, and are now pending before said committees ; 
—16 



154 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



and whereas, it is specially desirable in view of said revision, that the 
statutes upon the different subjects embraced therein, shall be so com- 
pact, concise and clear as possible ; therefore, 

Resolved by the House, the Senate concurring herein, That the revenue 
committee of the house and of the senate be and are hereby instructed 
to jointly prepare and report to their respective houses, by bill, such 
amendments to the present revenue law, as in their judgment are neces- 
sary and advisable. 



Revision of Statutes. 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That there be appointed a joint committee on the revision of the stat- 
utes, consisting of two from the senate and three from the house of rep- 
resentatives. 

Resolved, That all bills for the revision of the statutes which have 
been prepared by the revision commissioners and not heretofore acted 
upon by either house, be submitted to said committee, and that the 
said committee be authorized to continue its sessions after the adjourn- 
ment of the present session of the general assembly, until the first day 
of November next; to employ a clerk, at a compensation not exceeding 
$5 per day, and that it shall be the duty of said committee, in conjunc- 
tion with the acting commission of revision, to prepare all bills that may 
be necessary to complete the said revision, and report the same to the 
next regular or adjourned session of the general assembly. 

Resolved, That upon such bills being prepared and approved by said 
committee, five hundred copies of each be printed for the use of the 
two houses, in the manner provided by law for printing bills, and that 
two hundred and twenty -five copies thereof bo bound together in pamph- 
let form, and at the opening of the next regular or adjourned session 
of the general assembly distribute one copy of each revised chapter 
to each member of the general assembly as soon as issued and printed. 



Revision of Statutes. 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein. 
That the joint committee of the senate and Louse of representatives oni 
revision be and the same is hereby continued during the present ses- 
sion of the general assembly, and that said committee is hereby author- 
ized to employ a clerk, when, in its discretion, the business before said I 
committee shall require. 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 155 



Revision of Statutes. 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That we, the members of the 28th general assembly, owe a debt of grat- 
itude to Hon. O. W. Upton, Hon. Charles B. Steele, Hon. Milton Hay, 
Hon. J. M. Rountree and Hon. Charles Dunham, members of the joint 
committee of revision, for the earnest attention and satisfactory man- 
ner in which they have accomplished the duty assigned them of com- 
pleting the revision of the statutes of the state. 



Sanitary condition of State House. 

Whereas two members of this house have died during the present 
session of the general assembly, and several members of the senate and 
house are now confined to their homes by sickness ; and whereas, there 
is good and sufficient reason to fear that the cause of this alarming 
mortality and sickness lies within the state house itself, and is probably 
especially due to the water closet and heating arrangements thereof; 
therefore, be it 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein , 
That a special committee, composed of two senators and three rep- 
resentatives, be appointed by the president of the senate and the 
speaker of the house of representatives, to examine into the sanitary 
condition of the state house, and be instructed to report, as early as 
practicable, what (if any) measures are necessary for the health and 
comfort of the general assembly. 



Shawneetown. 

Whereas this general assembly, by bill, is asked to appropriate one 
hundred and twenty-four thousand dollars for the relief of the city of 
Shawneetown, in the county of Gallatin ; therefore, be it 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That a special committee of two from the senate and three from the 
house be appointed, whose duty it shall be to visit the city of Shawnee- 
town and examine into the merits of said claim, and report to this gen- 
eral assembly by bill, or otherwise, at as early a day as may be practi- 
cable. 



Soldiers' Bounty. 

Whereas a bill, known as the Soldiers' Bounty Land Bill, having 
passed the house of representatives of the United States, and now 
pending in the senate, 



156 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, 
That the honorable senators from the state of Illinois be requested to 
vote for said bill as a just recognition of the services of the soldiers of 
the late war ; and that the governor be requested to forward a copy of 
this resolution to our senators without delay. 



Stationery. 



Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, 
That the auditor of public accounts is hereby requested to draw his 
warrant on the treasurer for the sum of $50 allowed each member of 
the general assembly by law, to be paid on pay-rolls certified by the 
president of the senate and the speaker of the house. 



Swamp Lands. 

Whereas, by an act of congress, approved September 28, 1850, con- 
cerning the swamp and overflowed lands of the state of Arkansas, Con- 
gress conveyed to said state all such lauds located within its limits for 
the purpose of enabling the said state to reclaim the same, and that by 
the fourth section of said act the provisions and benefits thereof were 
extended to all the states of the Union in which like character of lands 
w T ere situated, the state of Illinois being embraced within the provisions 
of said act ; and whereas the state of Illinois, in conformity with the 
provisions of said act of congress, through its proper officers and agents, 
did select and establish its claim to many thousands of acres of said 
swamp lands — which said lands are located in the several counties in 
this state ; and whereas many of said lauds were entered and patented 
to individuals after the claim of the state of Illinois thereto had been 
established under the provisions of said act of congress | and whereas 
by an act of congress, approved March 2, 1855, it was provided, among 
other things, that when such swamp and overflowed lands had been 
entered with scrip or warrant by individuals after the claim of 
the several states had been established thereto, under the provisions of 
the first above mentioned act, the said state should be entitled to re- 
ceive from the United States a like number of acres of land scrip in 
lieu of such entries ; and whereas, by an act of the legislature of the 
state of Illinois, approved June 22, 1852, said swamp lands were con- 
veyed to the several counties of the said state in which the same are 
situated, together with all the benefits arising from the passage of said 
acts of congress ; and whereas, under the rulings and construction of 
said acts of congress by the land office department of the United States, 
said scrip can only be located within the state in whose favor the same 
has been issued, by which ruling and construction said scrip issued to 
the state of Illinois is rendered entirely worthless, for the reason that 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 157 



there are not now, nor were there at any time of the passage of said 
acts of congress, any land subject to entry in the state of Illinois; there- 
fore, 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, 
That our senators in congress be instructed, and our representatives be 
requested to use their best efforts to procure the passage of an act of 
congress by which the said land scrip shall be rendered valuable to the 
state and the several counties to which the same belongs. 



Township Organization. 

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That the secretary of state cause to be published in pamphlet form, five 
thousand (5,000) copies of a bill for u An act to revise the law in relation 
to township organization ;" and that he cause to be sent to the county 
clerk of each county in the state, under township organization, a suffi- 
cient number of copies to supply each supervisor and town clerk in such 
counties with a copy of the same, and the balance for the use of the 
general assembly. 



Union Pacific Railroad. 

Whereas, by act approved July 1, 18G2, commonly known as the 
Pacific Railroad act, the congress of the United States provided for a 
main line of railroad and telegraph to be built by the Union Pacific 
railroad company, incorporated by said act, from a point on the one 
hundredth meridian of longitude west from Greenwich to the west line 
of Nevada territory, and to connect through to the Pacific ocean ; and 
said act of congress also provided for several branches to extend east- 
wardly from the initial point of said railroad — one to Kansas City, one to 
St. Joseph, and one to Sioux City on the Missouri river; and said Union 
Pacific railroad and its branches having received subsidies in lands and 
bonds from the United States, and the companies having accepted the 
several acts of congress incorporating and providing for said roads and 
branches, are subject to the same in all their provisions ; and whereas, 
by the twelfth section of said act of congress of July 1, 1862, it is pro- 
vided that " the whole line of said railroad and branches and telegraph 
shall be operated and used for all purposes of communication, travel and 
transportation, so far as the public and the government are concerned, 
as one connected, continuous line ;:" and by the fifteenth section of the 
amendatory act of July 2, 1864, it is provided that "the several compa- 
nies hereby authorized to construct the aforesaid roads are hereby re- 
quired to operate and use said roads and telegraph for all purposes of 
communication, travel and transportion, so far as the public and the 
government are concerned, as one continuous line, and in such opera- 
tion and use to afford and secure to each equal advantages and facili- 



158 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



ties as to rates, time and transportation, without any discrimination of 
any kind in favor of the road or business of any or either of said com- 
panies, or adverse to the road or business of any or either of the others;" 
and whereas, by the ninth section of said act of July 2, 1864, it is provi- 
ded that " any company authorized by this act to construct its road and 
telegraph line from the Missouri river to the initial point aforesaid, (one 
hundredth meridian) may construct its road and telegraph line so as to 
connect with the Union Pacific railroad at any point westwardly of 
such initial point, in case such company shall deem such westward con- 
nection more practicable or desirable," and by the act amendatory of 
said acts, approved July 3, 1866, the Kansas Pacific railway company, 
one of said branches, (then known as the Union Pacific railway company, 
eastern division,) was required to connect its road with the Union Pa- 
cific railroad at a point not more than fifty miles west of the meridian of 
Denver; and by the act of congress, approved March 3, 1869, the said 
Kansas Pacific railway company was required to connect its road with 
the Union Pacific railroad at Cheyenne, in Wyoming territory, as a 
branch of the said Union Pacific railroad, and was authorized to con- 
tract with the Denver Pacific railway company to construct and put in 
operation that part of its line between Denver and Cheyenne ; and con- 
gress took care to provide in said act that " all provisions of law for the 
operation of the Union Pacific railroad, its branches and connections, 
as a continuous line without discrimination, shall apply the same as if 
the road from Denver to Cheyenne had been constructed by said 
Union Pacific railway company, eastern division," (now Kansas Pacific 
railway company ;) which connection at Cheyenne having been accom- 
plished in the year 1870, the whole line has been and is now operated 
by the Kansas Pacific railway company as a continuous branch of the 
Union Pacific railroad, from Cheyenne, in Wyoming, to Kansas City, in 
Missouri, pursuant to the acts of Congress aforesaid ; and whereas, the 
said Kansas Pacific railway company, having thus constructed and put 
in operation about seven hundred and forty-five miles of first-class rail- 
road, extending from Kansas City in Missouri to a connection with the 
Union Pacific railroad at Cheyenne in Wyoming, as provided for and 
required in the acts of congress, the people of the several states and 
territories are entitled by law to uniform rates of freight and passage 
eastward and westward over the Union Pacific railroad, and over the 
Kansas Pacific railway as a branch thereof, without discrimination of 
any kind in favor of the road or business of either of said companies, 
or adverse to the road or business of either of them. And any discrim- 
ination by the Union Pacific railroad company against freight and pas- 
senger traffic from the Kansas Pacific railway directed to points on the 
Union Pacific railroad west of Cheyenne, or to points beyond the west- 
ern terminus of said last named road, as also any discrimination by said 
Union Pacific railroad company against eastward bound freight and 
passenger tariff from points west of Cheyenne, and destined to points 
on the Kansas Pacific railway, or east of its eastern terminus, is in vio- 
lation of the laws of the United States, and injurious to the people, who 
are by law entitled to uniform rates of freight and passage over said 
Union Pacific railroad and branches. And any such discrimination by 
the Kansas Pacific railway against freight and passenger traffic to or 
from the Union Pacific railroad, is alike in violation of law and injuri- 
ous to the public ; and whereas, the people of the state of lllionis are 
largely interested in commerce and intercourse with the vast and rapidly 



JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 159 



developing regions traversed by the Union Pacific railroad and branches, 
and, together with the people of adjacent states, are entitled to all 
the benefits of the uniform rates and choice of routes which were 
intended and provided for in the acts of congress organizing and subsi- 
dizing said railroads; therefore, 

Resolved by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring therein, 
That our senators be instructed and representatives in congress be re- 
quested to urge upon the consideration of their respective houses such 
legislation as will secure to the people of the United States those equal 
advantages and facilities as to rates, time and transportation on the 
Union Pacific railroad and the several branches thereof, which are re- 
served and guaranteed to them as a chief part of the consideration to 
be given by the companies for the grant of lands and bonds so gener- 
ously given to them by congress. 

Resolved, That the secretary of state be instructed to forward a copy 
of the foregoing preamble and resolution to each of the senators and 
representatives in congress from this state. 



United States Court. 

Whereas, a bill providing for an additional district of the United 
States Court, in this state, is now pending in congress; and whereas, the 
passage of the bill is imperatively needed to meet the increasing litiga- 
tion in the state ; therefore, be it 

Resolved by the Souse of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, 
That our senators and representatives in congress are again requested 
to use their best efforts in securing the passage of the bill. 



United States Senator. 

Resolved by the Senate, the Souse of Representatives concurring herein, 
That on Tuesday, the twenty-first day of January, inst., at eleven o'clock 
A. M., each house shall, by itself, and in manner prescribed by the act of 
congress, approved July 25, 1866, name a person for senator in con- 
gress from the state of Illinois, for the term of six years, from the fourth 
day of March, A. D., 1873. And on Wednesday, the twenty-second 
inst., at twelve o'clock, meridian, the members of the two houses shall 
convene in joint assembly in the hall of the house of representatives, 
and in the manner prescribed in said act declare the person who has 
received a majority of the votes in each house, if any person has re-i 
ceived such majority, duly elected senator, to represent the state of Illi- 
nois in the congress of the United States, for the term aforesaid; and if 
no one person has received such majority, then proceed, as prescribed 
in the said act, in joint assembly, to choose a person for the purpose 
aforesaid. 



160 JOINT RESOLUTIONS. 



Ventilation of Senate Chamber. 

Whereas it has become evident that the ventilation of the senate 
chamber is of such a character as to seriously affect the health of all 
who have occasion to occupy it; and whereas, time is needed for the 
purpose of renovating the said chamber and making the ventilation 
more perfect ; therefore, 

Resolved by the Senate, the Souse concurring herein, That when the 
two houses adjourn on Wednesday, January 22, they adjourn to meet 
on Wednesday, January 29th, at ten o'clock A. M. 



INDEX. 



—17 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

ADMINISTRATION OF ESTATES : 

Amend section 81, actof 1872 1 

Amend section 91, act of 1872 2 

AGRICULTURE : 

Appropriation for county boards 6 

Appropriation for state board 6 

Re-organize county boards 2 

ANIMALS AT LARGE : 

Amend section 2, act of 1872 3 

Amend act of 1872, by adding section 5 5 

Towns may by vote prohibit 4 

APPROPRIATIONS : 

Agriculture: 

County boards of 6 

State board of 6 

Blind — education of the : 

Building, erection of center 6 

Furnish new building 7 

Ordinary expenses 7 

Dams and Locks: 

Calumet river, removal of dam across 10 

Copperas Creek, dam across 8 

Little Wabash River, repairing lock-gate.. 10 

Deaf and Dumb, education of the: 

Erection of chapel, etc 11 

Ordinary expenses, etc 12 

Eve and Ear Infirmary : 

Building fund 12 

Ordinary expenses 15 

Executive Mansion : 
Repairing and refurnishing 15 

Feebleminded Children, education of the : 
Ordinary expenses,^etc 16 

Geological Report : 
Binding 1st and 2d volumes, to A. Pain6.. 18 

Printing and ongraving, 6th volume 17 

Removal of specimens. 17 

Salary of State Geologist 18 

Industrial University : 

Completing, furnishing, etc 20 

Experimental Farm — taxes 20 

Insane Asylum, Anna: 

Cen ter building, completion of 24 

Ordinary expenses 25 

Insane Asylum, Elgin: 

Deficiency. *. 22 

Incidental expenses 23 

Ordinary expenses 22 

South wing, erection of 21 

Insane Asylum, Jacksonville: 

Ordinary expensos 24 

Repairs, etc 24 

Normal University, Normal : 

Ordinary expenses 25 

Prevent deficiency 26 

Normal University, Southern: 

Complete and furnish 26 

Ordinary expenses 20 

State Treasurer to disburse 26 

Reform School, State: 

Ordinary expenses 27 

Workshops, heating, drainage, etc 27 



PAGE. 

APPROPRIATIONS- Continued. 
Soldiers' Orphans' Home : 

Deficiency 29 

Furniture, bedding, etc 29 

Ordinary expenses 28 

Repairs* library, etc 28 

Soldiers' Monument, Mound City : 

Building Fund ^ 30 

State Entomologist : 

111 ustrations, stationery, etc 31 

Salary 31 

State Government : 

General Assembly — next 31 

Officers State Government 31 

Deficiency prior to January 13, 1873 31 

Bugg, Henry .' 32 

Carpenter, Frank 32 

Coleman, L. H 32 

Doe, David 32 

Fox & House 32 

Gehring, F 32 

Halstead & Co 32 

Harts, P. W 32 

Hummel, Val. B 32 

Ives, H. T 32 

Jackson, John 32 

Leroy, L 32 

Nutt & Barclay 32 

Pickett, Thomas J. Jr 32 

Sampson, C 32 

Sentinel Co., Indianapolis 32 

Springfield Gas Light Co 32 

Springfield Savings Bank 32 

Springfield Water Works 32 

Tribune Co., Chicago 32 

Williams <fc Co., John 32 

Deficiency until June 30. 1673 33 

Adjutant-General, incidental expenses.. 33 

Committee rooms, rent of 33 

Furniture, stationery, etc 33 

Governor, incidental expenses 33 

Heating apparatus for senate 33 

Janitors, both houses 33 

Paper, printing 33 

Printing and binding 33 

Secretary of State incidental expenses.. 33 
Superintendent of Public Instruction 

clerk hire, stationery, etc 33 

Treasurer, State, incidental expenses... 33 

Ordinary and Contingent 34 

Adjutant-General, clerk hire, etc 35 

Allen, W. I. (special) 37 

Attorney-General, clerk hire, etc 35 

A uditor' P. A .. clerk hire, etc 35 

Charities. Board of Public 35 

Commissioners Southern Insane Asylum 37 

Committees General Assembly 37 

Copying Laws, Journals, etc 37 

Debt, bonded, of State, interest 37 

Equalization, State Board of 35 

Field Notes and Surveys 35 

Fugitives from justice 36 

Fund Commissioner, Secretary of 35 

fieneral Assembly, next, employees 37 

Governor's office, clerk hire, etc 34 



n 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

APPROPRIATIONS— Continued.] 

Interest on S. C. and S. fund 36 

Janitor, State House 37 

Penitentiary, conveying convicts to 36 

Printing paper — Stationery 36 

Printing (Public) and Binding 36 

Railroad & Warehouse Commissioners. ., 37 

Reddick, Phelps, Landrnm (special) 37 

Reform School, conveying offenders 36 

Secretary of State, clerk hire, etc. 34 

Secretary State House Commissioners, 

salary 37 

State School fund 36 

State suits 36 

Superintendent Public Instruction, clerk 

hire, etc 34 

Supreme court, incidental expenses, etc. 36 

Taxes, certain, refund 37 

Treasurer, State, clerk hire, etc 34 

Ordinary and Contingent, State Government : 
Attorney-General, incidental expenses.. 39 

Rinding— Public 39 

Buckley, George 40 

Clergymen 40 

Committee Rooms, rent of 40 

Curtis, James 40 

Custodian U. S. Field Notes 40 

Doenges, Adam 40 

Hughes. John C 40 

Hurd, H. B 40 

Ide, A. L 39 

Janitors, extra 40 

Johnston, R. P 40 

Killion, Thomas 40 

Removal to New State House 39 

Revised Statutes 40 

State House s. 39 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, 

janitor, stationery, etc 39 

Treasurer, State, additional watchman.. 39 
Penitentiary, Senate and House Investiga- 
ting Commitee : 

Barkley, D. W 38 

Casey, Thomas S 38 

Cunningham, John 38 

Terrell, CM 38 

Gnndlach, George 38 

Henry, G. W 38 

Hinchcliffe, John 38 

Jacobs, G. P 39 

Mayhew, Benjamin F 38 

Murry, Frank 38 

Reynolds. Joseph S 38 

Robarts, J. R 38 

Shepard. W. H 38 

Spink, Alfred 38 

Thompson. R. S 38 

Watson, James 38 

Wilcox. E. A 38 

Williamson, R S 38 

Wright, Harry 38 

State House, new : 

Continue work 41 

Supreme Court: 

Furnishing Court House 41 

Incidental expenses 41 

Miscellaneous : 

Commissioners duties 42 

Deceased Members General Assembly.. 42 
Mouuinent and Tombstones, erection of.. 42 
Vaudaliu. removal of deceased members. 42 

McLean county, reimburse 42 

Military companies in Chicago 44 

Tillson, Robert & Co 43 

Wagner, Frederick 43 

ALTON CITY COURT : 

Repeal act establishing 83 

ASSESSMENTS: 

Amend 20 sections, act of 1872 51 

Amend section 92, act of 1872 57 

Amend sections 259 to 262, act of 1872 57 

Certain, legalized 5y 



PAGE. 

ASSESSMENTS— Continued. 
Cities, Towns and Villages, 1872 and prior 

years 115 

Collectors, City Council appoint 58 

State relinquishes its right totax 120 

Taxes of 1872, extend time 50 

ASSESSORS AND COLLECTORS IN CITIES: 

See "Assessments." 

BAIL: 

Amend section 4, act of 1872 61 

Bond, form of 

BLIND, EDUCATION OF THE : 
See "Appropriations." 

BINDING, PUBLIC: 
See "Appropriations." 39 



CALUMET RIVER : 

Dam across, removal of 10 

See "Appropriations." 10 

CHICAGO, MILITARY COMPANIES: 
See "Appropriations." 44 

CITIES AND VILLAGES : 
Amend section 6 and 7 article 4, act of 1872.. 62 
Amend sections 6, 7, 9. 24, 26 and 53, article 

9, act of 1872 63 

Amend sections 27 and 28, art. 9, act 1872 65 

Commons, authorize to sell and convey 67 

Macomb, repeal act 1867 98 

Money for specific purpose 66 

New town set off from ■ ■ - ^ 

Repeal act of 1865 and 1867, fire department 

Quincy 67 

Repeal section 25. article 9, act 1872 65 

COAL MINING : 
Intimidation of workmen 93 



CLERIC SUPERIOR COURT ; 
Amount of bond 



COLLECTORS AND ASSESSORS : 
See "Assessments." 

COMMONS: 
Disposed of by towns and villages. 

CONTRACTS: 
Under seal and otherwise 



CONVEYANCES: 

Amend section 20, act of 1872 70 

Amend seetion 28, act of 1872 71 

COPPERAS CREEK: 

Dam across 8 

Appropriation 9 

COPYING LAWS, JOURNALS, ETC. : 

Act concerning, general 72 

Appropriation 37 

CORPORATIONS: 
Amend section 31, act of 1872 74 

COUNTIES: 

Amend sections 1 and 3, act of 1872 74 

Bonds of, amend act of 1872 74 

Kankakee, repeal act of 1869 140 

Lawrence, Supervisors to acquire title 78 

Logan, repeal act of 1869 78 

McLean, reimburse 42 

Territory, transfer of 76 

Winnebago, repeal act of 1855 77 

Vermilion, repeal act of 1859 140 

COUNT V COMMISSIONERS: 

A ctfl legalized 80 

County business, regular sessions 79 



INDEX. 



Ill 



PAGE. 

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS— Continued. 

Election and duties 79 

Establish Ferries 106 

Meetings, time of 79 

Oath, form of 79 

Organization, board of 79 

Terms of office 79 

COURT, ALTON CITY : 
Repeal act establishing 83 

COURT COMMON PLEAS, AMBOY: 
Repeal act establishing 85 

COURT COMMON PLEAS, MATTOON : 
Repeal act establishing 86 

COURTS, RECORDER'S, LaSALLE & PERU : 
Repeal act establishing 87 

COURT, SUPERIOR: 
Clerk of, in Cook county 90 

COURTS, CIRCUIT : 

Amend paragraph 8, act of 1873 80 

16, " " 81 

" 19, " " 81 

21, " " 82 

24, " " 82 

7th Judicial 80 

15th Judicial .'. ... 81 

18th Judicial 81 

20th Judicial 82 

23d Judicial 81 

COURTS, COUNTY : 

Causes, certain, transfer 89 

Terms of, times of holding 88 

COURTS OP RECORD : 

Amend section 2, act of 1872, Practice 91 

" " 40, " " " 92 

" " 51, " " " 92 

CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE : 
Amend chapter 30, R. S., act of 1863 93 

DAM AND LOCK : 

Advertise for proposals 9 

Appropriations 8 

Calumet River 10 

Commissioners, duty of .• 9 

Copperas Creek 8 

Little "Wabash 10 

Vouchers with Auditor 9 

DEAF AND DUMB : 

See 'Appropriations." 11 

DITCHES AND LEVEES: 

Amend section 30. act of 1871 94 

Assessment roll legalized 94 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS, AT LARGE : 

Amend section 2. act of 1872 3 

Amend act of 1872, by adding section 5 5 

Towns may, by vote, prohibit 4 

ELECTIONS: 

Amend section 13 act of 1872 95 

Amend section 132, act of 1872 95 

Macomb, repeal act of 1867 98 

ELECTORS, REGISTRY OF : 
Amend sections I, 2, 4, 7, 9, & 12, act of 1865. 96 
Repeal section 10, act of 1865 98 

ESTATES, ADMINISTRATION OF : 

Amend section 81, act of 1872 1 

',' 9), " " 2 

EVIDENCE AND DEPOSITIONS: 

Amend section 5. act of 1872 98 

Am end section 47, act of 1872 99 



EXECUTIVE MANSION : 

Appropriation 15 

Itemized account '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 16 

Repair and refurnish '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 16 

EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY : 

Advertise for proposals 13 

Appropriation 12 

Contract 13 

Donations to '..'.'.'.'.'..'. 14 

Report to Governor 15 

Vouchers filed with Auditor 15 

FEEBLE-MINDED CHILDREN : 
See "Appropriations." 16 

FEES AND SALARIES : 

Amend section 40, actof 1872 99 

" 44, " " 101 

" 44, " " 102 

" 46, " " 103 

" 51, " " 104 

Amend title, act of 1872 105 

FERRIES: 
County Boards to establish 106 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 29TH: 
Appropriation foi employees 37 

Appropriation for members and officers 31 

GEOLOGICAL: 

Amend section 4, act of 1851 106 

Appropriation to A. Paine 18 

Appropi iation for engraving 6th volume 17 

Distribution 17 

Preservatiou of specimens 106 

Removal of collection 17 

Salary, State Geologist 18 

GOVERNOR : 
Special Duties of: 

Contract for copying approve 73 

Industrial University, appoint trustees... 18 
Soldiers' monument, appoint commission- 
ers no 

Southern Insane Asylum, appoint commis- 
missioners 108 

GUARDIAN AND WARDS: 
Amend section 3 act of 1872 107 

HIGHWAYS, ROADS AND BRIDGES: 

Amend section 20 act of 1 873 133 

Amend section 23 act of 1873 134 

Amend section 59 act of 1 s~T3 136 

Amend section 63 act of 1873 136 

A ppropriate surplus moneys 137 

INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY: 

A]>propriation . . ._ 20 

Branches taught 19 

Experimental farm 20 

Report to Governor 19 

Taxes, appropriation for 20 

Terms of office 19 

Trustees, number of 18 

INCORPORATIONS : 

Attach town 19 140 

Kankakee, repeal act of 1669 140 

Rand, town of, change name 140 

Repeal act of 1869 149 

Townships, fractional 140 

Vermilion, repeal act of 1869 140 

INSANE ASYLUM: 
Anna: 

A pproprintion 24 

Center building 24 

Duties of Steward 1 09 

Meeting of Trustees 108 



IV 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

INSANE ASYLUM— Continued. 

Anna: 

Ordinary expenses .• 25 

Trustees and Steward 108 

Vouchers filed with Auditor 25 

Elgin: 

Appropriation 21 

Building authorized 21 

Deficiency provided for 22 

Ordinary expenses 22 

Specific expenses 23 

Vouchers filed with Auditor 22 

Jacksonville : 

Appropriation 24 

Ordinary expenses 24 

Repairs and improvements 24 

JUDGMENTS AND EXECUTIONS: 

Amend section 14 act of 1872 Ill 

Amend section 18 act of 1872 110 

Notice of sale, where published Ill 

Real estate, redemption of 110 

JURORS, GRAND AND PETIT : 

Amend section 14 act of 1874 117 

Amend section 22 act of 1872 117 

Impanneling. etc Ill 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE: 

Amend section 13 act of 1872 118 

Election, Qualification, Jurisdiction 118 

LANDS: 

Belonging to State, sell 110 

Lake Park Grounds, repeal act of 1860 110 

State relinquishes right to tax 120 

Trustees authorized to sell 120 

LAWS. JOURNALS, ETC. : 
Copying provided for 72 

LIBRARIES : 
Amend section 6, act of 1872 121 

LIMITATIONS: 

Amend section 18, act of 1872 121 

Judgments revived 122 

MINERS— COAL: 

Amend section 5, act of 1872 122 

Owners to provide means of signaling, etc.. .122 

MINORITY REPRESENTATION: 

Cities and villages 62 

MINORS: 

Adoption of. provide for 122 

Amend act of 1867 122 

MONUMENT, SOLDIERS': 

Appropriation 3(1 

Design for, location of 30 

Expense of, limited 30 

NORMAL UNIVERSITY : 

Normal: 

Appropriations 25 

Ordinary expenses 25 

Prevent deficiency 26 

Vouchers filed with Auditor 25 

South or u : 

Appropriations 26 

Complete and furnish 26 

Ordinary expenses 26 

Trustees appointed 108 

Vouchers filed with Auditor 26 

NAME CHANGED: 

Town of Rand 140 

NOTARIES PUBLIC: 

Acts legalized 123 

Amend section 7, act of 1872 123 



OBSCENE LITERATURE: 
Trade in, suppress 



PAGE. 

....124 



PARKS : 

Amend sections 6, 7, 9, act of 1871 125 

Drive- way, to whom apply to open 126 

Supervisors and Assessors, authority of 126 

PENITENTIARY : 

Amend section 3, act of 1872 127 

Amend section 21, act of 1871 127 

Sentence defined 127 

Warden's duty 127 

PRACTICE IN COURTS OF RECORD : 
Amend section 2, act of 1872 91 

PRINTING, PUBLIC : 
See 'Appropriations." 36 



QUINCY, CITY OF: 

Assessments in, legalized 58 

Repeal acts of 1865 and 1867, fire department. 67 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS: 

Appropriation 37 

Incidental expenses 37 

RAILROADS : 

Amend section 8, act of 1871 129 

Amend section 27, act of 1872 128 

Legalize acts done 128 

Maximum rates 129 

Right of way to C. and P. Railroad Co 130 

REAL ESTATE, REDEMPTION OF : 
From sale on execution 110 

RECORDER OF DEEDS : 

Amend section 8, act of 1872 131 

Salary of, duties 131 

RECORDER'S COURT, PERU : 
Repeal act establishing 87 

RECORDS : 

Abstracts evidence 132 

Amend sections 23, 24, act of 1872 132 

Evidence of records, destroyed 132 

REFORM SCHOOL, STATE: 

Appropriations 27 

Building, etc 27 

Ordinary expenses 27 

Vouchers filed with Auditor 27 

RESOLUTIONS, JOINT : 

Adjournment .. . 143 

Bankrupt law 143 

Centennial Commission 143 

Charitable Institutions 144 

Condition of Treasury 144 

Copying Laws. Journals, etc 145 

County Commissioners 145 

Enrollment of laws 146 

Governor and Lieutenant Governor 146 

Immigration 146 

Improvement of navigation 146 

Inauguration of State officers 147 

Increase pay of Congressmen 147 

International Exposition 148 

International Prisou Reform 148 

Joint Rules 148 

Judicial Circuits 140 

New Stato House 149 

Painting of W. H. Bissell 149 

Pay of H. B. Bishop 150 

Printing aud binding 150 

Publication act concerning Jurors 150 

Publication of Journals 151 

Publication of Laws 151 

Publication of Revenue Law 151 

Publication of Road Law 152 

Public Lands, appropriation of 152 

Railroad freight 1 52 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

RESOLUTIONS. JOINT— Continued. 

Reports of Circuit Clerks 152 

Reports of Circuit Judges 153 

Report of Committee on State Institutions. .153 

Revenue Law 1 53 

Revision of Statutes 154 

Sanitary Condition of State House 155 

Shawueetown 155 

Soldiers' Bounty 155 

Stationery 156 

Swamp Lands 156 

To wnship Organization 157 

Union Pacific Railroad 157 

United States Court 159 

United States Senator 159 

Ventilation of Senate Chamber 160 

ROADS AND BRIDGES : 

Amend section 20. act of 1873 133 

Amend section 23, act of 1873 134 

Amend sections 59, 62, 65, act of 1873 136 

Amend section 03, act of 1873 136 

Surplus funds raised in towns 137 

SALARIES: 

Janitor State House 37 

Secretary Board Commissioners 35 

Secretary R. R. and W. Commissioners 37 

Secretary State House Commissioners 37 

State Geologist 18 

State Entomologist 31 

State Officers 31 

SCHOOLS: 

Amend section 35, act of 1872 137 

Amend section 50, act of 1872 138 

Teachers, examination of. 138 

Transfer of Pupils 137 

SECRETARY OP STATE : 

Appropriation to office 34 

Copying Laws, Journals, etc 73 

Duties imposed on 107 

Geological specimens 1 07 

SOLDIERS' MONUMENT: 

Appropriation to build 30 

Design for— Cost limited 30 

Location of 30 



PAGE. 

SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOME : 

Appropriations 28 

Furniture, bedding, etc 29 

Ordinary expenses 28 

Repairs and Library 28 

Vouchers filed with Auditor 28 

STATE ENTOMOLOGIST: 
See 'Appropriations." 31 

STATE GOVERNMENT: 
See "Appropriations." 31 

STATE HOUSE, NEW: 
See "Appropriations." 41 

STATE TREASURER: 
See "Appropriations." 35 

STEVENSON, ALEXANDER P. 
Clerk Superior Court 90 

SUPREME COURT : 

Appropriation 41 

Furnishing Court House 41 

Licidental expenses 41 

TAXATION : 

Cities, Towns, Villages 45 

Certain cases, legalize extension of 59 

Reimburse McLean county 42 

State relinquishes its right to tax 120 

TOWNS: 

Attach town 19, 140 

Kankakee, repeal act of 1869 140 

Rand, change name 140 

Repeal act of 1869 140 

Townships, fractional 140 

Vermilion, repeal act of 1859 140 

TREASURER, STATE: 

See "Appropriations." 35 

WAREHOUSES : 
Amend act of 1871 141 



APPENDIX TO PUBLIC LAWS. 



L— A 






d ( 



a tt ( 



namnA 



• 



• - ' ' ' • 

FINANCIAL REPORT AUDITOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

■: H" .HO? 'i [i 

7 i>MxUl: ■' 

AuditorVOffice, Illinois, 

Springfield, December 18th, 1872, 
John M. Palmer, Governor of Illinois ; 

Sm: — I have the honor to submit the following' report for the two 
years commencing December 1, 1870, and ending November 30, 1872. 
You will find the following items embraced in the -report, viz : 

1. Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of General Eevenne 

Fund.. 

2. Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of Special State Funds. 

3. Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of Local Bond Funds 

for payment of principal and interest on Bonded Indebtedness of 
Counties, Townships^ Cities and Towns. 

4. General Statement of Warrants drawn on Treasury for all purposes. 

5. Detailed Statement of Warrants drawn on the Treasury for all pur- 

poses, and to what account and appropriation charged. r, 

6. Statement of the amount of Auditor's Warrants outstanding, unpaid 

December 1, 1872. 

7. Statement of the School, College and Seminary Funds. 

8. Statement of Insurance fees, required to be made by Act of March 

11, 1869. 

9. Statement of the condition of State Banks. 

10. Statement of State Indebtedness redeemed with Illinois Central 

Railroad Fund. 

11. Statement of State Indebtedness redeemed and purchased with 

State Debt Fund. 

12. Statement of the accounts of the State Treasurer, with the several 

State Funds, and Local Registered Bond Funds of Countie 
Townships, Cities and Towns. 

13. Statement of County, Township, City and Town Bonds registered 

in the Auditor's office. 
14 and 15. Statements of State taxes charged in the several Counties, 

amounts collected, etc., for the years 1870 and 1871. 
16 and 17. Statements of the School Tax Fund for years 1870 and 1871. 
18. Statement of the Dividends of School Tax and Interest Funds to 

the several Counties, for the years 1870 and 1871. 



IV 

19 and 20. Statements of Taxes charged on account of Local Bond 
Funds, amounts collected, etc., for the years 1870 and 1871, for 
the several localities having Bonds registered in Auditor's office. 

21 and 22. Statements showing amount of State, County, Town, Dis- 
trict and other Local Taxes, charged in the several Counties, on 
the State and county assessments, for the years 1870 and 1871. 

23. Statement of the assessment of property in the several counties for 

the year 1871. 

24. Statement of rates per cent, of addition and deduction determined 

by the State Board of Equalization, on assessment 1871. 

25. Statement showing the Assessed and Equalized Valuations of the 

several classes of property for State taxation for the year 1871. 

26. Statement of the re-assessment of Cook county for the year 1871. 

27. Statement of rates per cent, of deduction determined by the State 

Board of Equalization on re-assessment of Cook county for the 
year 1871 ; with Assessed and Equalized valuations. 

28. Statement of the assessment of property in the several Counties for 

the year 1872. 

29. Statement of rates per cent, of addition and deduction determined 

by the State Board of Equalization, on Assessment, 1872. 

30. Statement showing the Assessed and Equalized Valuations of the 

several Classes of Property for Taxation, for the year 1872. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. 

The amount of all funds in the Treasury Dec, 1, 1870, was as follows : 
General Revenue Fund - - - $1,456,031 05 
State Debt Fund .... 1,816,346 40 
Interest Fund - - - - 321,989 32 

State School Fund - 79,816 81 

Illinois Central Railroad Fund - - 765,757 82 
Delinquent Land Tax .... 331 06 

Local. Bond Funds 57,161 06 



Receipts into the Treasury from all sources from Dec 1 , 
1870, to Nov. 30, 1872, inclusive, are as follows : 
General Revenue Fund - - - $3,445,386 86 

State Debt Fluid - - - - - 1,105,401 80 

Interest Fund 6,778 47 

State School Fund - - 1,809,108 50 

Illinois Central Railroad Fund 934,379 70 

Canal Redemption Fund - 1,582,620 15 

Local BondFunds - - - 1,864,666 77 



$4,497,433 52 



10,748,342 25 



Total - $15,245,775 77 



The Disbursements from the State Treasury from December 1, 1870, to 
November 30, 1872, inclusive, are as follows : 

General Bevenue Fund, - 14,312,840 65 

State Debt Fund, - - - - 2,587,982 83 

Interest Fund, 310,912 33 

State School Fund, - - - 1,825,961 31 

Illinois Central Eailroad Fund, - - 1,700,137 52 

Canal Redemption Fund, - 1,128,307 68 

Local Bond Funds, - - 1,334,342 76 

$13,200,485 08 

Balance of all Funds in Treasury, December 1, 1872, $2,045,290 69 

The balance of each of the several Funds in the Treasury, December 
1, 1872, is as follows : 

General Revenue Fund, - - $588,577 26 

State Debt Fund, - - - 333,765 37 

Interest Fund, - - - 17,855 46 

State School Fund, - . - - 62,964 00 

Canal Redemption Fund, - - 454,312 47 

Delinquent Land Tax, - - - 331 06 

Local Bond Funds, - - 587,485 07 

$2,045,290 69 

The sum of $848,738 82 is included in the $13,200,485 08 disburse- 
ments, which, properly, should be deducted from said last named 
amount, being for transfer of funds, on the warrant of the Auditor, to 
other funds, as follows: 

General Revenue Fund to other funds, - $149,905 77 
State Debt Fund " " - 1,119 23 

Interest Fund " " - 2,931 10 

State School Fund « « 9,517 52 

Illinois Central Railroad Fund, " - 685,265 20 



$848,738 82 

For the same reason the actual money received into the Treasury is 
the same amount ($848,738 82) less than shown by the foregoing figures, 
($10,748,342 25). A transfer of money from one fund to another makes 
it appear in the accounts of this and the Treasurer's office, that the 
money was drawn from the Treasury on account of one fund, and a cor- 
responding amount paid into the Treasury on the account of another 
fund, thus fictitiously increasing the volume of receipts and disburse- 
ments. This process, being in obedience to provisions of law in keeping 
the accounts of the two offices, in the ordinary statements, for the past 
biennial period, makes it appear that the large sum above stated ($848,- 
738 82) has been received and disbursed, by the State, when in fact, 
such is not the case. Therefore, instead of $10,748,342 25, receipts into 
L— B 



VI 






the Treasury from all sources during two years, ending Nov. 30, 1872, the 
actual amount is $9,899,603 43, and the expenditures for all purposes, du- 
ring same time, instead of being $13,200,485 08 should be $12,351,740 20. 

It is also appropriate to state in this connection, that the volume of 
receipts and disbursements for the past two years has been very mate- 
rially increased by the requirements of the new constitution : Sec. 7, 
Art. 9 — "All taxes levied for State purposes shall be paid into the State 
treasury." Heretofore, the two-mill State school tax, and interest on 
the School Fund, under the provisions of the school law, were distributed 
to the several counties without passing through the State treasury. As 
a comparison with former years, this item, amounting in the last two 
years to $1,909,129 86, should be taken into consideration. I may be 
excused, in this connection, for expressing my gratification for this 
change, as it enables me to show in this report this large sum expended 
for educational purposes, which has not appeared as a . receipt and dis- 
bursement by the State in former reports from this office. Also, in 
such comparison with former years, the large sum of $1,864,666 77 re- 
ceipts, and $1,334,342 76 disbursements, of funds for the payment of in- 
terest on the bonds of counties, townships, cities and towns, registered 
in this office under the acts of April 16, 1869, and February 13, 1865, shoidd 
be properly and duly considered. The past two years, also, furnished 
the time, by direction of 27th General Assembly and proclamation of the 
Governor, for disbursing the large sum of $2,586,783 60 State Debt Fimd, 
and $1,014,872 32 Illinois Central Eailroad Fund, which had been accumu- 
lating in the treasury. These sums were used in extinguishing the public 
debt which fell due at the option of the State after 1870, a detailed state- 
ment of which will be found elsewhere in this report. These figures of 
comparison with former years, may be yet further presented in the $1,- 
582,020 15 receipts, and $1,128,307 68 expenditures, of the Canal Eedemp- 
tion Fund, being new items in this report, and not in any former report. 

Deducting these several sums from the amount of the receipts and dis- 
bursements, as shown in this report, (and the sums here given are not 
the result of any additional burthen to the people hi the shape of taxa- 
tion on the part of the State during the two past years,) it will be ap- 
parent that the average receipts and disbursements for each year, are 
small in comparison with the year 1869 — for which year the Auditor 
made his report to the Governor, and with which year the comparison 
has been made. 

WARRANTS DRAWN ON TREASURY. 

During the biennial period covered by this report, warrants have been 

drawn on the State treasury to the amount of - $13,207,030 21 

Dec. 1, 1870, there were outstanding warrants amounting to 4,917 09 

Total. - - - - ' - - - - $13,211,947 30 



VII 

For the two years ending November 30, 1872, the State 
Treasurer has paid, canceled and hied Auditor's war- 
rants in this office, and received credit therefor, for the 
sum of - - $13,200,485 08 

Leaving amount of unpaid Auditor's Warrants, December 

1st, 1872 ■- $11,462 22 

The Warrants were drawn on account of the several funds as follows : 
General Eevenue Fund — Ordinary Ex- 
penses, $1,968,800 07 

General Eevenue Fund — Extraordinary 

Expenses, 2,350,754 83 

$4,319,554 90 

State Debt Fund, 2,587,982 83 

Interest Fund, - - 310,912 33 

State School Fund, 1,825,792 19 

Illinois Central Railroad Fund, 1,700,137 52 

Canal Redemption Fund, - - - - - - 1,128,307 68 

Local Bond Funds, - 1,334,342 76 

Total Warrants drawn, $13,207,030 21 

For the purpose of showing the disposition made of the Revenues of 
the State during the past two years, I have made the following classifica- 
tion of objects and purposes for which warrants were drawn : 

Legislative, $693,062 92 

Executive, 180,158 74 

Judicial, ------- 394,252 62 

Educational, 2,208,264 58 

Educational and Charitable, - - - 205,316 73 

Charitable, 918,784 56 

Penal and reformatory, - - - - 369,338 32 

Agriculture, - ' - - - - - 39,007 03 

Commerce, 238,661 42 

State Indebtedness, 4,983,379 90 

New State House, 793,641 81 

$11,023,868 63 

Local Bond Funds, ------- 1,334,342 76 

Transfer of Funds, - - " - - - - - - 848,818 82 

Total Warrants drawn, $13,207,030 21 

TAXES LEVIED. 

On the amount of equalized valuation of the property of the State 
for the year 1871, there was levied a tax for State purposes, as follows : 

Five and one-half mills for Revenue, for expenses of the State gov- 
ernment. 



yrn 

Two mills for the support of Public Schools. 

One and one-half mills for Canal Eedemption. 

Making the total levy for 'State tax, on assessment of 1871, amount to 
nine mills ; being an increase of two and one-half mills on the levy for 
the previous year. This increase was demanded to enable the Treasury 
to meet the appropriations made by the 27th General Assembly for 
various State buildings in process of erection, in addition to the ordinary 
expenses of the State government. 

The 27th General Assembly, at its session in 1872, under what is be- 
lieved to be a correct interpretation of the Constitution, provided the 
amount of revenue to be raised on the assessment of 1872, and subse- 
quent years, as follows : 

For general purposes, to be designated Revenue Fund, one million 
five hundred thousand dollars. 

For payment of interest on State debt, two hundred thousand dollars. 

The Governor and Auditor are required, annually, to compute sepa- 
rate rates per cent, to produce said amounts. In accordance therewith, 
on the equalized valuation of 1872, the Governor and Auditor computed 
the rate of three mills and fifty-three one-huiidredths of one mill for 
Revenue purposes ,and forty-seven hundredths of one mill for payment 
of interest on the State debt. The same General Assembly provided 
for an annual levy of two mills for the support of common schools. The 
one and one-half mills for Canal Redemption, required by the 27th Gen- 
eral Assembly, to be levied on the assessments of 1871 and 1872, with 
the foregoing stated rates, makes the total levy for State purposes seven 
and one-half mills on the assessment of 1872, being one and one-half 
mills less than the levy for 1871. 

BALANCE IN THE TREASURY AND DUE ON APPROPRIATIONS, DE- 
CEMBER 1, 1872, AND ESTIMATED EXPENSES OF THE GOVERN- 
MENT TO JUNE 1, 1873. 

As will appear by statement No. 12, in this report, there was a bal- 
ance of $588,577 26 General Revenue Fund in the State Treasury on 
the 1st December, 1872. There is yet due to the State on Collector's 
accounts, on assessment of 1871, about $400,000 00 General Revenue 
Fund, mostly due from Cook county on the re-assessment of property in 
that county for said year ; which amount, added to the above stated 
balance in the Treasury, makes the aggregate sum of $988,577 26, ap- 
plicable to the payment of the expenses of the government to the 1st 
June, 1872. 

The amount of the expenses of the government for six months from 
December 1, 1872, to June 1, 1873, and heretofore appropriated, payable 
from the General Revenue Fund, it is estimated, will be about as fol- 



IX 

lows : For the pay of members and officers, and expenses, of the 28th 
General Assembly, $250,000 00. For the Executive Departments, for 
pay of officers, clerk hire, office expense's, and for porters and watch- 
man at the State House, $37,700 00. For the Judicial Department for 
pay of Judges and Attorneys, and balance of appropriations to the 
three Divisions of the Supreme Court, and the reports of said court, 
$127,700 00. For the amount to be paid to and for all State Institu- 
tions, being balance of appropriations, $308,250 00. For the balance 
of appropriation to new State House, $113,000 00. For the amount 
necessary to pay interest on State debt due January 1, 1873, and ex- 
pense thereof, payable from general revenue fund, about $55,000 00. 
For amount to pay miscellaneous appropriations, such as Board of Pub- 
lic Charities, Board of Bailroad and Warehouse Commissioners, Adju- 
tant General, Entomologist, Geological Survey, Revision of Statutes, 
Field Notes and Surveys, Printing and Binding, Copying Laws and 
Journals, Conveying Convicts to the Penitentiary and Reform School, 
Fugitives from Justice, and appropriations general, $60,700 00. For 
the amount of General Revenue Warrants outstanding November 30, 
1872, $11,460 00 5 making the grand aggregate of $963,810 00, being 
almost the entire amount of General Revenue Fund in the Treasury on 
the 1st December, 1872, and to be received at the Treasury on the as- 
sessment of 1871. 

Thus it will be seen that the amount of General Revenue Fund now in 
the Treasury, and to be received therein on assessment of 1871, ought 
not to be considered by the General Assembly in making appropriations 
for the future, as its exhaustion is already provided for by previous 
legislation. To base further appropriations upon said amount woidd 
simply create a deficit in the Treasury to be hereafter provided for by 
an increase of tax. 

NEW REVENUE LA.W. 

"An act for the assessment of property and for the levy and collection 
of taxes," approved March 30, 1872, came into force July 1, 1872. Too 
little time has elapsed to afford opportunity for adequately testing the 
merits or demerits of the new law by observation of its practical working. 

Almost the first duty to be performed under the present law, was to 
proceed to the equalization and collection of taxes upon an assessment 
made under the former law. Of course there was some confusion and 
embarrassment, particularly where any material changes were made ; 
but when we consider the vast machinery and the number of officers, 
very many of whom were educated under a law so suddenly superceded, 
it will be agreed that no other result could be expected. I am gratified 
to be able to state that the questions, arising under the new revenue 



law, which have been presented to this office, or which have come to my 
knowledge, are many times fewer than were annually presented under 
the old law. This fact is at least an indication of the clearness and per- 
spicuity of the law. 

Beginning with the assessment of the year 1873, the law will have a 
fair and full test ; and I may be permitted to express the hope that the 
28th General Assembly will be unwilling to change any of the features 
of the law until that opportunity to exhibit its qualities, good and bad, 
shall have been afforded. 

It is affirmed and believed by the Mends of the law, that it will place 
on our assessment rolls at least one hundred and fifty millions of dollars 
worth of property that has heretofore escaped taxation — and that too of 
such property as is best able to pay taxes ; ' and that the increase in the 
value of taxable property thus obtained is not attended with the slightest 
injustice, but on the contrary only places the amount of that increased 
value of taxable property on an equality with visible, tangible property 
which cannot escape the notice of the tax gatherer. 

I think that when the members of the Legislature become aware that 
those who have paid most attention to the present law, believe that its 
practical working will be to relieve the mass of the people of this State 
from nearly one-fourth of their burdens, without doing injustice to others, 
they will not hastily change the present law until it has had a fair and 
full trial. * 

STATE BONDED DEBT. 

The principal of the bonded debt of the State at the date 

of my last report, Nov. 30, 1870, was - - - - $4,890,937 30 

Since that date, under act approved Oct. 20,1871,Eevenue 

Deficit Bonds have been issued, amounting to - - 250,000 00 



Total $5,140,937 30 

The State has paid on account of the principal of said h 
bonded debt, from Dec. 1, 1870, to JSTov. 30, 1872, inclusive, 
as follows : 

With State Debt Fund (2 mill tax) - - $2,040,147 98 
With Illinois Central Eailroad Fund - - 978,94157 
By Canal Trustees, 5 per cent, installment 

on canal bonds ------ 61,097 12 

3,080,786 67 

Total bonded debt of State, Dec. 1, 1872 - - - $2,060,150 63 



XI 

The bonded debt outstanding Dec. 1, 1872, is classified as follows : 
250 Eevenue Deficit Bonds, payable after 1874 - - $250,000 00 
60 Bonds Befunded Stock, " " 1876 - 60,000 00 

260 " " " " " 1877 - - 260,000 00 

New Internal Improveni't Bonds, " " 1877 - 962,445 42 

28 Normal University Bonds, " " 1879 - - 28,000 00 

86 Thornton Loan Bonds, " "■ 1879 - 86,000 00 

178 $1000 War Bonds, " " 1879 - - 178,000 00 

248$500 " " " " 1879 - 124,000 00 

656 $100 " " " " 1879 - - 65,600 00 

Called in by Governor's Proclamation, not yet surrendered 46,105 21 

Total Bonded Debt, Dec. 1, 1872 .... $2,060,150 63 

To condense the foregoing figures, it shows that the bonded debt falls 
due as follows : 
Bonds falling due at pleasure of State after 1874 - - - $250,000 00 

" " " " " " 1876 - - - 60,000 00 

u u a u a u 1877 . . . l ? 222,445 42 

" « " " « " 1S79 - - - 481,600 00 

Called in by proclamation, not yet surrendered - - - 46,105 21 

Total - - $2,060,150 63 

The bonds called in by Governor's proclamations, and not yet surren- 
dered, are as follows : 

New Internal Improvement Stock - - - - - $22,969 21 

Kefunded Stock, 1870 7,000 00 

1 Old Internal Improvement Bond .... 1,000 00 
13 Canal Bonds - 13,000 00 

2 Bonds, New Internal Improvement Interest Stock - 2,136 00 

Total - - - ■ $46,105 21 

The condition of the bonded debt of this State, as here presented, is 
one of which the citizens of Illinois may well be proud ; and with means 
at hand, without one cent of direct taxation, to pay it, it should be, and 
•is, a cause of gratulation. , ' 

The diversion of the Illinois Central Bailroad Fund from the payment 
of the bonded debt to the payment of the Chicago lien on the canal, 
will, in my opinion, cease with the 1st installment of said fund for the 
year 1873. The amount of debt falling due at the pleasure of the State, 
between the 1st December, 1872, and the 1st January, 1878, including 
amount heretofore called in by proclamation, is $1,578,550 63. To pay 
this, there will be four and one-half years' receipts — 1873 to 1877 inclu- 
sive — of the Illinois Central Bailroad Fund, fairly estimated at $460,- 



xn 

000 per annum, the sum of $2,070,000, leaving $491, 449 37 to pay the 
$481,600 falling due at the pleasure of the State after 1879. The $920,- 
000 on Illinois Central Railroad Fund, to be received for the years 1878 
and 1879, will, after paying all expenses attending payment of debt, 
leave a large surplus hi the treasury for payment of the ordinary and 
contingent expenses of the government. 

The close of the incoming administration will see the State nominally 
out of debt, with an annual income from the Illinois Central Railroad 
and the Illinois and Michigan canal, of not less than six hundred and 
fifty thousand dollars — a sum sufficient to pay two-thirds of the present 
Ordinary Expenses of the State.* 

ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL 

Since my last report, I am glad to be able to say, the old debt of the 
canal has been fully paid, and the canal and its revenues, under the 
terms of the contract by which they were held in trust, reverted to the 
State. There is, however, a Men on the canal and its revenues in favor 
of the city of Chicago, for work done in deepening the Summit Division 
of the canal. 

The 27th General Assembly adjusted the lien of the city of Chicago 
by fixing the principal of debt due that city at $2,955,340, with interest 
thereon until paid. To meet this agreement, the General Assembly 
authorized the issue of $250,000 Revenue Deficit Bonds (which have 
accordingly been issued), and that the Central Railroad Fund then in 
the treasury and to be received, and the revenues from the canal then 
in the treasury and to be received, until the debt shall be paid, and a 
tax on the entire property of the State of one and one-half mills on the 
dollar on the assessment of property for the years 1871 and 1872, should 
be devoted to the payment of the principal and interest of said debt. 

The result of this arrangement, up to Nov. 30, 1872, is as follows : 

Amount of acknowledged debt of State to the city, $2,955,340 00 
Revenue Deficit Bonds delivered to city, - $250,000 00 
Rlinois Central Railroad Fund, paid to city, 685,265 20 
Ills, and Mich. Canal revenue, paid city, - 258,545 79 
Proceeds of one and one-half mill tax, 184,496 69 

1,378,307 6S 



Balance due city Nov. 30, 1872 .... $1,577,022 32 

* Bonded Debt Paid since Preparation of this Report. — Since the 1st December, 1872, there has 
been paid ou the principal of the Bonded Debt, with State Debt Fund (two mill tax) then in the trea- 
sury, $23, 883 45 of the $46, 105 21, heretofore called in by proclamations of the Governor ; also, with 
same Fund, the snmof $303, 800 of principal of War Bonds and Refunded Stock, making total sum of 
principal of bonded debt paid since 1st inst., $327,683 45, leaving $1, 732, 467 18 of the principal of the. 
State bonded debt outstanding at this time (January 3, 1873). 



xni 

There remained in the Treasury, December 1, 1872, subjectto the order 
of the city of Chicago, the sum of $454,312 47 (since paid), which de- 
ducted from the above amount leaves $1,122,719 85 principal, and the 
interest on the debt, to be provided for. I make the following estimate 
as to the payment of said balance, to-wit : 

Amount of principal to be provided for $1,122,719 85 

From one and one-half mill tax on assessment 

of 1872 $685,000 

Illinois Central Bailroad, second installment 1872. 212,000 

" " first " 1873. 250,000 

1,147,000 00 

Leaving applicable to payment of interest $24,280 15 

Also, so far as the same may be needed for the payment of interest, 
or for application to the principal of the debt, should there be such a 
necessity, will be the revenue from the Canal, which I think it fair to 
estimate, in round numbers, for 1873, at $175,000. 

If this estimate is correct, it shows that the second installment for 
1873 of the Illinois Central Eailroad Fund will not be needed for the 
liquidation of this debt ; and further, that a part of the income of the 
Canal for 1873, and all its income thereafter may be relied upon for the 
ordinary and extraordinary expenses of the State Government as may 
be determined by the General Assembly. 

Thus it appears that after so many years of doubt and delayed hope, 
this public improvement will, before the time arrives for another report 
from this office, be yielding a direct revenue to the State. 

It would doubtless be improper for me in this report to occupy much 
space with reflections which are inevitable to one in the least degree 
acquainted with the history of this Canal. 

Of the early Commissioners who gave the strength and energy of 
their best years to the inauguration and prosecution of this work — who 
stood by it in the dark days of State poverty and of popular discourage- 
ment — and who, by their energy, faith and ability, did more than can 
easily be told toward effecting the wonderful change that has occurred 
since 1835 — Hon. William F. Thornton, Hon. Gurdon S. Hubbard, and 
Gen. Jacob Fry, still survive to rejoice in an honored old age, at the suc- 
cess of an enterprise with which they were so early and long connected. 

Besides these gentlemen, there are still among us those, who, regardless 
of mere local interests and of sectional clamors — broad-minded men — 
who, looking to the good of the whole State of Illinois, steadfastly gave 
their votes and influence in the Legislatures of those days to the prose- 
cution of this work. How enviable must be their feelings, in view of the 
vindication of their wisdom afforded by the complete though long defer- 
red success of the enterprise to which they were so long ago devoted. 



xrv 



ASSESSMENTS AND EQUALIZATION. 

The following tables will present at a glance, a comprehensive idea of 
the assessment of property in the State for the years 1871 and 1872, and 
the equalization of said assessments by the State Board. Also, a brief 
comparison is presented of the assessed values for the two years, which 
it is believed will be interesting : 





FOR THE 


YEAR 1871. 




Personal Property, 
Railroad Property, 


- 


Assessed Value. 

$112,458,194 
22,556,126 


Equalized Value. 

$113,915,561 
25,516,042 


Lands, 


- 


234,317,652 


237,260,251 


City and Town Lots, 


it (b'ks desi 
sment Coot 


- 130,304,938 


128,984,457 


Totals, 
Deduct Cook Co. assess'i 


$499,630,910 
sroyed) 100,233,663 


$505,076,311 
100,233,663 


Leaving, 

Add amount of re-asses 


- $399,403,247 
: Co. - 93,936,040 


$405,442,648 
88,474,971 


Totals— 1871, 


- $493,339,287 


$493,917,619 




TOR THE YEAR 1872. 




Personal Property, 
Railroad Property, - 


- 


Assessed Value. 

$112,213,357 

- 24,384,428 


Equalized Value. 

$113,607,959 

25,658,784 


Lands, - 




246,068,965 


247,007,093 


City and Town Lots, 


COMPA 


- 126,209,098 


124,612,847 


Totals— 1872, 
Totals— 1871, - 


$508,875,848 
- '493,339,287 


$510,886,683 
493,917,619 


Increase — 1872, 


$15,536,361 


$16,969,064 




RISONS. 


of Personal Property. 

Horses, - - 


1871. 

880,254 


1872. 1871. 

. 882,250 $23,986,565 


1872. 

$23,450,717 


Neat Cattle, - 


1,611,348 


1,684,029 14,694,415 


14,778,925! 


Mules and Asses, - 


- 85,570 


88,250 2,822,148 


2,714,571] 


Sheep, ... 


1,073,497 


1,010,475 732,254 


1,024,468 


Hogs, - 


2,938,749 


3,292,165 4,613,529 


4,060,736 


Carriages and Wagons, 


287,930 


384,414 5,447,925 


5,618,795 


Clocks and Watches, - 


249,012 


259,641 847,575 


822,572 


Pianos, --'-,.- 


13,909 


14,980 1,016,557 


1,052,256 



Totals — Enumerated Property, 



$54,160,968 $53,523,040 



XV 

■ Value. * 

TTnenuinerated items of Personal Property. 1871. 1872 - 

Goods and Merchandise, - - - $17,932,874 $16,243,150 

Bankers' and Brokers' Property, - - 283,933 554,655 

Manufactured articles, - 2,367,178 2,434,820 

Moneys and credits, - - - - ' - 14,751,835 15,152,837 

Bonds, stocks, etc., 1,799,795 2,512,017 

Shares National and State Banks, - ' - 4,228,208 5,025,763 

AU other personal' property, - - - 20,163,400 20,025,868 

Totals— TJnenumerated Property, - $61,527,223 $61,949,110 



Aggregate Personal Property, - - $115,688,191 $115,472,150 
Deductions, - 3,229,997 3,258,793 

Totals— assessed val. Personal Property, $112,458,194 $112,213,357 

, Number of Miles. > 

1871. 1872. 

Eailroad Property, - 4,860 5,867 $22,556,126 $24,384,428 

. Number of Acres. , 

1871. 1872. 

Lands, - - 34,104,457 34,074,305 $234,317,652 $246,068,965 



Number of Lots. , 

1871. 1872. 



City and Town Lots, 625,006 661,065 $130,304,938 $126,209,098 

Total assessed value, - - - $499,636,910 $508,875,848 

Otber 
Acres in Cultivation. "Wbeat. Corn. Field Products. Totals. 

1870, - - 2,035,537 6,262,963 2,387,120 10,685,620 

1871, - - 2,004,392 6,923,076 2,470,049 11,397,517 

ALL TAXES CHARGED 6*N STATE ASSESSMENTS FOR THE YEARS 

1870 AND 1871. 

Statements Nos. 20 and 21 in this report will show, in detail, the 
amount of State tax, county tax, and town, district and other local 
taxes, and the total thereof, levied in each county in the State on the 
State assessments, for the years 1870 and 1871. 

The statements of county clerks of taxes charged on State assess- 
ment for 1872 have, as yet, been received at this office from only about 
one half of the counties. I regret the delay in obtaining these state- 
ments, for said year, as they would embrace a very large proportion of 
city taxation, (which is required to be extended on the State assessment 
of property for 1872, and subsequent years, under the new revenue law,) 
and would enable me to make a more complete statement of all taxes 
levied in this State, than is shown in the statements for 1870 and 1871. 



XVI 

The aggregate figures of all taxes levied on the State assessments for 
said years are as follows : 

FOR THE YEAR 1870. 

AU State taxes, $3,188,389 16 

All County taxes, ------- 5,153,382 48 

All Town, District and other local taxes, - - 8,005,001 42 






Total, $16,346,833 06 

FOR THE YEAR 1871. 

All State taxes, $4,525,964 59 

All County taxes, 5,845,874 49 

All Town, District and other local taxes, - - 8,105,499 17 

Total, $18,477,338 25 

This shows an increase of taxation in the State for the year 1871 of 
about 13 per cent, over the year 1870. 

I estimate for city taxation, not levied on the State assessment, the 
sum of $7,500,000 for each of said years ; which figures would make the 
total taxes levied in this State in 1870, amount to $23,846,833 06, and i 
for 1871, to $25,977,338 25. 

I believe that a fair cash valuation of all taxable property, in this 
State, woidd produce not less than $2,600,000,000, showing that, on a 
fair and equitable assessment of property, the average of all taxation 
in the State would not exceed one per cent, on the fair cash value of 
taxable property. Of course, in some localities, it would be over, and 
in others, under that per cent. 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD FUND -REPORTS OF GROSS EARN- 
INGS AND PAYMENTS TO THE STATE. 

The following figures will show the amount of gross earnings of the 
niinois Central Eailroad, and the amount of five and seven per cent, 
thereon, j>aid into the State Treasury, for each six months, beginning 
with the first report and payment, and embracing all subsequent semi- 
annual reports and payments which have been made by said company 
up to the date of this report : 

Gross earnings Per cent. Amount paid 
Reports. reported. of tax. into State 

Treasury. 

From March 24, 1855, to Oct. 31, 1855, $595,633 86 5 $29,751 59 

From Nov. 1, 1855, to April 30, 1856, 630,580 02 5 31,529 00 

From May 1, 1856, to Oct. 31, 1856, 922,053 30 5 46,102 66 

From Nov. 1, 1856, to April 30, 1857, 925,386 69 6 & 7 59,196,82 

From May 1, 1857, to Oct. 31, 1857, 1,234,986 00 7 86,449 02 



xvn 



Keports. 



From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 
From May 
From Nov. 

Total, 



1, 1857, 
1, 1858, 
1, 1858, 
1859, 
1859, 
1860, 
1860, 
1861, 
1861, 
1862, 
1862, 
1863, 
1863, 
1864, 
1864, 
1865, 
1865, 
1866, 
1866, 
1867, 
1867, 
1868, 
.1868, 
1869, 
1869, 
1870, 
1870, 
1, 1871, 
1, 1871, 



to April 30, 1858, 
to Oct. 31, 1858, 
to April 30, 1859, 
to Oct. 31, 1859, 
to April 30, 1860, 
to Oct. 31, 1860, 
to April 30, 1861, 
to Oct, 31, 1861, 
to April 30, 1862, 
to Oct. 31, 1862, 
to April 30, 1863, 
to Oct. 31, 1863, 
to April 30, 1864, 
to Oct, 31, 1864, 
to April 30, 1865, 
to Oct. 31, 1865, 
to April 30, 1866, 
to Oct. 31, 1S66, 
to April 30, 1867, 
to Oct. 31, 1867, 
to April 30, 1868, 
to Oct. 31, 1868, 
to April 30, 1869, 
to Oct. 31, 1869, 
to April 30, 1870, 
to Oct. 31, 1870, 
to April 30, 1871, 
to Oct. 31, 1871, 
to April 30, 1872, 



Gross earnings 
reported. 

$860,796 56 


Per cent 
of tax. 

7 


Amount paid 
into State 
Treasury. 

$60,255 76 


1,024,996 


78 


7 


71,749 77 


830,538 


42 


7 


58,137 68 


1,056,668 


35 


7 


73,966 78 


1,151,608 


00 


7 


80,612 56 


1,384,923 


67 


7 


96,944 66 


1,213,348 


00 


7 


84,934 36 


1,318,906 


47 


7 


92,323 45 


1,063,790 


61 


7 


74,465 34 


1,967,275 


18 


7 


137,709 26 


1,809,068 


97 


7 


126,634 83 


2,482,282 


12 


7 


173,759 75 


2,429,358 


23 


. 7 


170,055 08 


3,363,699 


48 


7 


235,458 96 


3,436,483 


38 


7 


240,553 84 


3,656,228 


56 


7 


255,936 00 


2,935,738 


55 


7 


205,501 70 


3,165,343 


63 


7 


221,574 05 


2,959,566 


99 


7 


207,169 70 


3,383,400 


57 


7 


236,838 04 


2,780,043 


05 


7 


194,603 01 


3,339,921 


01 


7 


233,794 47 


2,999,196 


41 


7 


209,943 75 


3,642,708 06 


7 


254,989 56 


3,068,850 


81 


7 


214,819 56 


3,568,070 


85 


7 


249,764 96 


3,026,072 


73 


7 


211,825 09 


3,595,540 


32 


7 


251,687 82 


3,158,597 


62 


7 
to* 


221,101 83 


$63,929,774 26 


5,200,140 71 



STATE DEBT FUND— (TWO MILL TAX.) 

The two mill tax required to be levied by the 15th article of the Con- 
stitution of 1848, was collected for the last time on assessment of 1870, 
in accordance with the provision of the Constitution of 1870 — section 23 
of schedule. 

From the beginning to the ending of the levy of said tax there has 
been the net sum of $11,608,396 18 collected and paid into the State 
Treasury ; and up to November 30, 1872, there has been $11,274,630 81 
of said fund paid out of the State Treasury, leaving the sum of $333,- 
765 37 in the Treasury, December 1, 1872. 



xvni 



The 22d General Assembly, by the pro visions of an act entitled " An 
act to reheve the People of this State from the payment of exhorbitant 
and unnecessary taxes," approved February 8, 1861, suspended the levy 
and collection of said tax on the assessments for the years 1861 and 
1862. The same act further provided for the transfer of the State Debt 
Fund (two mill tax) then in the Treasury to the Eevenue Fund. Under 
this requirement, $515,950 81 was so transferred by the State Treasurer 
on the warrant of the Auditor. 

The following figures, compiled from the Auditors' reports, show 
the amount received and disbursed for each biennial period, covered by 
said reports, except for the years 1869 and 1870, for which years' annual 
reports were made by the Auditor : 



Auditors' reports. 

To November 30, 1850, 
From Dec. 1, 1850, to Nov. 30, 1852 
From Dec. 1, 1852, to Nov. 30, 1854 
From Dec. 1, 1654, to Nov. 30, 1856 
From Dec. 1, 1856, to Nov. 30, 1858, 
From Dec. 1, 1858, to Nov. 30, 1860 
From Dec. 1, 1860, to Nov. 30, 1862 
From Dec. 1, 1862, to Nov. 30, 1864 
From Dec. 1, 1864, to Nov. 30, 1866 
From Dec. 1, 1866, to Nov. 30, 1868 
From Dec. 1, 1868, to Nov. 30, 1869 
From Dec. 1, 1869, to Nov. 30, 1870 
From Dec. 1, 1870, to Nov. 30, 1872 

Totals, 

Amount in Treasury Dec. 1, 1872, 



Total paid out and balance on hand, 



Received. 

5,788 81 

492,166 53 

701,220 99 

1,113,413 14 

1,387,553 92 

1,192,010 07 

148,083 11 

589,128 94 

1,406,484 68 

1,669,168 80 

856,102 30 

781,873 09 

1,105,401 80 



Paid out. 

395,467 96 

545,140 80 

908,820 46 

1,244,084 69 

1,466,260 45 

640,462 21 

4 50 

1,264,020 63 

1,489,837 25 

652,868 67 

79,680 36 

2,587,982 83 



$11,608,396 18 $11,274,630 81 
333,765 37 



$11,608,396 18 



BONDS REGISTERED IN AUDITOR'S OFFICE UNDER ACT APRIL 16. 1869 
AND FEBRUARY 13, 1865. 

In my last report reference was made to the difficvdty of administering 
the provisions of the act of April 16, 1869. The defect in the law was 
removed by an act passed by the 27th General Assembly on the 27th 
April, 1871, defining the duties of the Auditor, under said act of April 
16 1869. The act April 27, 1871, removed all difficulty in the way of 
this office, in administering said act of 1869. 

Statements Nos. 19 and 20 will give in detail the taxation in each lo- 
cality in the State having registered bonds, on account of said bonds, 
and the benefits enuring to each locality, under the operations of the 
act of April 16, 1869. The aggregates of said tables are as follows : 



XIX 



FOR THE YEAR 1870. 

Aggregate amount charged, $799,655 45 

Amount of abatements, commissions, etc., - $60,962 34 
" collected on levies for interest, - 654,085 64 
•" State Ee venue Tax, on increased val- 
uation, 21,217 07 

" State Ee venue Tax, on property of 

railroads aided, - 4,691 59 

" County Tax, on same, - - 20,601 01 

" other local taxes on same, - - 37,230 68 
" balance due — in suit, - 867 12 

799,655 45 



FOR THE YEAR 1871. 

Aggregate amount charged, $1,279,551 01 

Amount of abatements, commissions, etc., - $115,602 61 
" collected on levies for interest, - 894,158 73 
" State Ee venue Tax, increased valu- 
ation, - - - . . . 66,182 02 
" State Eevenue Tax, on property of 

railroads aided, - - - 29,076 06 

" Coimty Tax, on same, - - - 42,184 80 
" other local taxes on same, - - 81,759 34 

" balance due, 50,587 45 



1,279,551 01 

Statement No. 13, will give in detail the bonds registered for each lo- 
cality in the State, under the acts of 1865 and 1869. A synopsis from 
said table furnishes the following information : 

ACT OF 1869. 

41 counties have bonds registered amounting to - - $4 600 304 00 

185 townships « « « « . . s',493^047 58 

18 cities « « « u . - . . 947?000 00 

24 incorporated towns " " . . 406 000 00 



Total ? $11,446,351 58 

ACT OF 1865. 
7 counties have bonds registered amount- 
ing t0 $557,450 00 

4 cities have bonds registered amounting to 1,390,156 68 

■ 1,947,606 68 

Total amount bonds registered in Auditor's office, $13,393,958 26 



XX 

Some of the counties and cities have the same bonds registered under 
both acts (1865 and 1869). In such cases, the amounts so registered are 
only given as being registered under the act of 1869. Adams county 
has $200,000, Brown county $23,000, and the city of Quincy $175,500, so 
registered. 

DRAINAGE AND LEVEE BONDS. 

The 27th General Assembly passed an act entitled "An act to provide 
for the registration of drainage and levee bonds, and to secure the pay- 
ment of the same, approved April 9, 1872. 

Under this act the Commissioners of the Sny Island Levee of Adams, 
Pike and Calhoun counties, have caused to be registered in this office 20 
bonds of denomination of $500 each, amounting to $10,000, and 40 
bonds of denomination of $1,000 each, amounting to $10,000. Total, 
$50,000, registered to date of this report. 

At the time said bonds were presented for registration said Levee 
Commissioners filed in this office a copy of the assessment roll, showing 
the assessment of benefits and damages to the real estate within said 
levee district, as required by the act referred to ; and also furnished 
proper evidence that the laws relating to the issue of said bonds, and 
the other acts and proceedings of the commissioners, in regard to said 
levee, to have been complied with. 

STATE BANKS. 

Since the date of my last report the limitation fixed for redemption of 

notes of banks by the act approved February 28, 1867, has expired as 

to the following named banks : Bank of Bloomington, Home Bank, 

McLean County Bank, Marine Bank, Treasury Bank and Sycamore 

Bank. For further information concerning State Banks see Statement 

No. 9. 

CHARLES E. LIPPINCOTT, 

Auditor P. A. 









No. 1. 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of the General Revenue Fund, 
from December 1, 1870, to November 30, 1872, inclusive. 



RECEIPTS. 



From taxes of 1 869 

" taxes of 1870 : 

" taxes of 1871 

' ' redemption and sales of real estate purchased on execution 

' ' judgment debtors 

' ' sale of property acquired from Joel A. Matteson 

' ' United States, re-imbursement war expenses 

' ' sale of property escheated to State 

' ' insurance lees and fines collected from agents 

' ' Charles L. "Wilson, for fine in Supreme Court, for contempt 

' ' Andrew Shuman, for fine in Supreme Court, for contempt 

' ' John M. Palmer, Governor, for release of Carbondale City Bonds, issued to secure 

location of Southern Normal University 

' ' Canal Commissioners, for amount received from Trustees of Illinois and Michigan 

Canal, on termination of trust 

' ' Canal Commissioners, for sale of canal property 

" " " tolls and rents of Illinois and Michigan Canal 

" " tolls from lock on Little Wabash river 

" " " tolls from lock at Henry, Illinois 

" A. C. Puller, for two days' pay as member 27th General Assembly, refunded 

" J. L. Tinoher, ' .' " " " " " " " 

Total receipts for revenue purposes 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



ORDINARY EXPENSES. 

Legislative Department 

Executive " 

Judicial " 

Agricultural " 

Executive Mansion 

Expenses of State Charitable and Educational Institutions 

Appropriations, General 

Appropriations, Special 

Conveying convicts to Penitentiary 

' ' State Reform School 

Commissioners of Public Charities 

Eugi fives from j ustice 

Field notes and surveys 

Incidental expenses, Secretary of State 

Interest on school fund paid counties 

Printing, binding and publishing notices 

Porters and watchman in State House 

Reports of Supreme Court 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners 

Repairs to State House 

State Board of Equalization 

State Library 

Total ordinary expenses 

EXTRAORDINARY EXPENSES. 

Building State Institutions 

Repairing and furnishing State Institutions 

Deficiency appropriations for State Institutions 

Repairing and enlarging Supreme Court rooms, etc 

Payment of indebtedness of Illinois State Penitentiary 

Canal and River Improvement 

Contingent Fund of Governor 

County Agricultural Societies 

State Agricultural and Horticultural Societies 

Constitutional Convention, 1869-70 

Geological Survey and Reports 

Copying Field Notes and Surveys , 

Military State Agent 

Money refunded and transferred to other funds 

New State House 

Revision of Statutes 

Total extraordinary expenses 

L— 1 



$537, 

76, 

344, 

10, 

14, 

663, 

7, 

37, 

3, 

10, 

9, 
2 

56! 
54, 
76, 
10, 
17, 
15, 



865 56 
707 78 
837 39 
500 00 
509 17 
920 32 
542 50 
S38 27 
021 65 
245 55 
275 14 
948 58 
061 23 
107 50 
564 93 
883 92 
006 25 
118 00 
748 67 
286 10 
300 10 
511 46 



$713, 312 51 


43, 139 54 


87, 026 03 


32,297 23 


208, 832 65 


238, 661 42 


15,046 33 


10, 100 00 


7, 000 00 


9, 850 70 


9, 852 83 


4, 670 00 


2,957 41 


162, 011 13 


793,641 81 


12, 355 24 



Amount. 



$78, 988 00 


1,100,151 14 


2, 023, 673 00 


10, 692 20 


18, 389 16 


16, 020 00 


39,538 53 


250 00 


319 04 


100 00 


200 00 


28, 000 00 


82, 545 79 


419 67 


29, 580 33 


2, 500 00 


4, 000 00 


10 00 


10 00 



3, 445, 386 86 



1,968,800 07 



2, 350, 754 83 



2 

Statement — Continued. 

DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 

Total warrants drawn on Revenue Eund during two years ending November 30, 1872 . . . 
Amount Revenue "Warrants outstanding December 1, 1870 

Total 

Amount of Revenue "Warrants outstanding December 1, 1872 

Total amount Revenue Fund disbursed during two years ending November 30, 1872. 

Amount of General Revenue Fund disbursed over amount received during two years 
ending November 30, 1872 



, 319, 554 90 
4, 747 97 



, 324, 302 87 
11, 462 22 



$4, 312, 840 65 



$874, 168 04 



No. 2. 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of Special State Funds from 
December 1, 1870, to November 30, 1872, inclusive. 



ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD FUND, 



RECEIPTS. 

From seven per cent, on gross earnings for six months, ending October 31, 1870. 
" " " " " " " April 30, 1871... 

" " " " " " " October 31, 1871. 

April 30, 1872. . . . 



Total amount received. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount paid for State bonded indebtedness $1, 014, 872 32 

' ' transferred to canal redemption fund 685, 265 20 

Total amount disbursed 

Amount disbursed over amount received 



INTEREST FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 
From taxes of 1869, being total amount received 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount paid interest on State debt |250, 106 88 

" " for expenses of paying interest, etc 3,309 42 

' ' refunded to collectors on overpayment of accounts 2, 931 10 

' ' of school fund interest orders for tbe year 1870, paid counties. . . 54, 564 93 

Total amount disbursed 

Amount disbursed over amount received 



STATE DEBT FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 

From taxes of 1869 

1870 

From S. C. & G. C. "Ward, of New York Citv, being proceeds of $19, 401 26 in gold re- 
funded to State by Morrison & Co., of London, England, which was erroneously col- 
lected on 17 sterling bonds, held as collateral security for money advanced by them 
for the State in 1841-2 

Total amount received 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount paid for State bonded indebtedness, etc $2, 586, 783 60 

'•' refunded to collectors on overpayment of accounts 1, 199 23 

Total amount disbursed 

Amount disbursed over amount received * - , 



Amount. 



§249, 7C4 96 
211, 825 09 
251, 687 82 
221, 101 83 



$934, 379 70 



1, 700, 137 52 



$765, 757 82 



, 778 47 



310, 912 33 



$304, 133 86 



$171,251 99 
912, 018 75 



22, 131 06 



1, 105, 401 80 



2,587,982 83 



1, 482, 581 03 



Statement — Continued. 



SCHOOL FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 



From tax of 1869 . 

" 1870 . 

" " 1871 . 



Total amount received. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount paid for salary, clerk hire, etc., Supt. Public Instruction $11, 250 00 

' ' office expenses Supt. Public Instruction 5, 024 67 

refunded to collectors on overpayment of accounts 9, 517 52 

of school tax fund orders for 1876 and 1871 paid counties 1. 800, 000 00 

paid for warrants outstanding Doc. 1, 1870 169 12 

Total amount disbursed ; . . . 

Amount disbursed over amount received 



CANAL REDEMPTION FUND. 



RECEIPTS. 

From taxes 1871 

' ' transfer of Illinois Central Railroad Fund 

" ' ' revenue fund of amount received from revenues, etc., of Illinois and 

Michigan Canal 

From transfer of revenue fund of amount received from Canal Trustees on termina 

tion of trust 

From Canal Commissioners for tolls and rents of Illinois and Michigan Canal 

Total amount received 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount to pay interest on bonded debt of the city of Chicago $218, 307 68 

' ' paid for maintenance of police department of the city of Chicago. 'J~8, 401 48 
" " tire department " " " 236, 598 52 

" " reconstruction of bridges, etc., " " " 295, 000 00 

Total amount disbursed 

A mount received over amount disbursed _ 



Amount. 



$8, 061 12 
907, 831 62 
893, 215 76 



§1, 809, 108 50 



1, 825, 961 31 



6, 852 81 



$638, 
685, 



30, 000 00 



92, 
136, 



545 79 
000 00 



$1, 582, 620 15 



1, 128, 307 68 



, 312 47 



No. 3. 

Statement of Recei/pts and Disbursements from December 1, 1870, to No- 
vember 30, 1872, inclusive, of Local Funds for payment of principal and 
interest of Bonded Indebtedness of Counties, Townships,, Cities and 
Towns, registered in the Auditor's Office. 



Name of Fund. 



"What Bond Fund. 



County of Adams , 

City of Qjuincy . 

Township of Keene 

' ' ' Mendon 

County of Bond 

Inc. town of Greenville 

County of Brown 

Inc. ,town of Buda 

Township of Lamoille 

Ohio 

Walnut 

County of Cass 

City of Beardstown 

Inc. town of Arenzville 

Township of Middletown 

" TTrbana 

' ' West TTrbana* . 

County of Christian 

Township of Bear Creek 

' ' Buckhart 

" Johnson 

King 

' Locust 

" May 

' ' Pana 

' ' Kicks 

' ' Stonington 

' ' Taylorville 

County of Clark 

Clay 

Township of Harter 

Louisville 

' ' Mattoon 

' ' Clintonia 

DeWitt 

' ' Santa Anna . . . 

' ' Tunbridge 

' ' Paris 

' ' Douglas 

' ' Mason 

' ' Moccasin 

' ' Summit 

' ' Teutopolis 

" West 

Inc. town of Edgewood 

Township of Vandalia 

' ' Drummer's Grove 

' ' Lyman 

' ' Peach Orchard 

Inc. town of Astoria 

Township of Astoria 

' ' Farmers 

' ' Pleasant 

" Vermont 

' ' Woodland .... 

County of Gallatin 

City of Shawneetown 

County of Greene 

life, town of Greenfield 

" " Whitehall .... 

County of Hamilton 

' ' Hancock 

City of Warsaw 

Inc. town of Carthage 

Township of Bear Creek 

St. Albans 

County of Henderson 

! City of Oquawka 



Receipts. 



|34, 804 99 
177, 861 24 

2, 575 28 
3,938 40 

12, 628 35 

300 00 

24. 010 60 

3, 944 48 
, 455 57 
, 443 29 
, 625 81 
, 597 70 
,081 38 
, 628 92 

70 99 
, 838 97 
, 262 25 
, 474 86 
, 166 61 
, 021 37 
,031 03 
, 069 91 

822 47 
, 245 99 
, 582 92 
, 298 20 
, 357 79 
, 391 72 
, 369 87 
, 544 85 
, 569 37 
, 317 33 
, 330 92 
, 444 91 
, 563 26 
, 394 99 
, 894 62 

629 61 
, 577 00 
, 528 09 
, 568 63 
, 569 80 
, 602 04 
, 150 58 
, 037 05 
, 911 04 
, 490 00 
, 810 00 
, 600 00 
, 105 17 
, 676 13 
, 051 66 
, 444 43 
,291 60 
, 280 75 
, 754 11 
, 000 00 
, 814 61 
, 0S6 07 
, 444 30 
,057 44 
, 850 59 
,621 84 
, 520 60 
, 972 38 
, 440 64 
, 181 94 
, 910 36 



18 



Disburse- 
ments. 



$29, 150 84 

154, 507 90 

1, 723 88 
3, 186 35 

2, 449 68 



21, 197 20 
3,059 14 
3, 885 62 



1, 528 13 

2, 180 00 

14, 085 00 

791 25 

4, 838 85 

6, 508 34 

15, 108 01 

12, 013 76 

1, 623 78 

440 04 

1, 622 99 

811 67 

207 10 

813 57 

, 216 82 

, 624 45 

813 65 

,460 84 

, 842 34 

, 539 49 

, 922 44 

,266 58 

,821 65 

000 00 

, 000 00 

, 488 20 

, 541 56 

110 51 

, 644 80 

, 580 76 

766 97 

, 538 38 

, 301 81 

5 75 

,969 76 

, 155 11 

760 00 

, 750 00 

, 530 00 

, 892 43 

,721 46 

, 497 24 

, 000 96 

, C12 05 

, 999 38 

,947 60 

, 000 00 

,386 S6 

655 75 

:, 046 19 

8, 085 00 

, 613 04 

8, 860 65 

1, 503 99 

3, 580 74 

3,527 68 

10, 564 03 

1, 709 15 



1, 
1. 

4 
16 
19 

3 

2, 
5, 
4, 
4. 



7, 
1, 

1, 

2, 

1, 
8, 

2, 

2, 
1, 

11, 
6, 
3, 

11, 
2, 

24, 



21 



Amount re- 
ceived over 
amount dis- 
bursed. 



$5, 654 15 
23, 353 34 

851 40 

752 05 
10, 178 67 

300 00 
2, 813 40 

885 34 
6, 569 95 

2, 443 29 

4, 097 68 
8,417 70 
9, 996 38 

837 67 

6, 932 14 

9, 330 63 

8, 154 24 

4,461 10 

542 83 

581 33 

408 04 

258 24 

615 37 

432 42 

366 10 

673 75 

544 14 

930 88 

7,527 53 

9, 005 36 

1, 646 93 

1, 050 75 

1, 509 27 
444 91 
563 26 

5, 906 79 
353 06 
519 10 

3, 932 20 
947 33 
801 66 

2,031 42 

2, 300 23 
1, 144 83 

67 29 
1, 755 93 

2, 730 00 

60 0C 

70 00 

212 74 

3, 954 67 
554 42 

1, 443 47 

2,279 55 

281 37 

16, 806 51 



4, 427 75 
430 32 
1,398 11 
9, 972 44 
1, 237 55 



16 61 

1, 391 64 

1, 912 96 

5, 617 91 

201 21 



Amount 
disbursed 

over 
amount 
received. 



§238 81 



Now Champaign. 



Statement — Continued. 



Name of Fund. 



County. 



Henry . 



Jefferson 



Jersey, eto 
Kane 



Kankakee 



Kendall. 



Knox .. 
LaSaUe 



Lee. 



Livingston. 



Logan . 



Macon . . 
Madison 
Marshall 



Mason . 



McLean . 



What Bond Fund. 



Township of Lynn 

' ' Western 

Inc. town of Galva 

Township of Ash Grove 

' ' Belmont 

' ' Conoord 

' ' Douglas 

' ' Fountain Creek . . 

" Grenard 

1 ' Loveioy 

" Middleport 

Milford 

' ' Papineau 

' ' Prairie Green 

Sheldon 

' ' Stockland 

City of Watseka 

County of Jefferson 

Township of Mount Vernon. . . 

Inc. town of Brighton 

Township of Aurora 

Inc. town of St. Charles 

Township of Ganeer 

' ' Momence 

' ' Yellowhead 

County of Kendall 

Township of Fox 

Kendall 

' ' Oswego 

Bio 

' ' Bruce 

' ' Dayton 

' ' Osage 

" Ottawa 

' ' South Ottawa . . . 

Alto 

' ' Hamilton 

' ' Amity 

' ' Avoca 

' ' Dwight 

Eppards' Point.. 

Indian Grove 

' ' Pontiac 

' ' ,Etna 

Mt. Pulaski 

Inc. town of Mt. Pulaski 

County of Macon 

Inc. town of Edwardsville 

Township of Evans 

' ' Lacon 

' ' Roberts 

' ' Hopewell 

County of Mason 

Township of Havana 

County of McDonough 

Township of Bushnoil 

ElDorado 

' ' Mound 

New Salem 

Walnut Grove . . 

Allin 

Beilflower 

Blooruington 

Danvers. 

Downs 

Empire 

| " Padua 

" " West 

" City of Bloomington 

Menard |Countv of Menard 

Mercer 



McDonough 



Receipts. 



' ' Mercer 

Township of Abingdon... 

Elizi 

' ' Keithsburg . 

JVliUersburg . 

' ' Kew Boston . 

I City of New Boston 



$1, 990 26 
3, 684 69 
5, 537 35 

596 78 
1, 902 78 

326 42 
3, 588 91 

384 09 

516 24 
1, 020 58 

I, 728 38 
2,559 03 

733 51 
970 62 
3,071 84 
630 50 
866 48 
19, 485 02 

3, 053 07 
1, 038 55 

37,753 19 
5, 278 54 

7, 833 58 
9, 006 43 
1, 971 60 

13, 230 31 

4, 243 60 

5, 227 76 
C, 602 46 

5, 365 47 

6, 669 36 

3, 445 12 

8, 026 39 
31, 600 52 

7, 508 53 

4, 781 45 
898 04 

3, 125 15 

1. 163 67 

3, 793 51 

1, 709 58 

5, 688 34 
5,119 01 
2, 122 34 

4, 668 31 
361 93 

28, 292 70 
4, 948 01 

14, 217 83 

6, 553 51 
4, 167 34 

2, 314 75 
11, 373 57 

1,481 36 

24, 453 86 

9,911 47 

1, 107 30 

8, 497 86 
10, 216 88 

3. 164 58 
6,730 80 

2, 917 62 
32, 174 94 

6, 447 30 

3, 714 67 
22, 389 88 

320 36 

3, 728|69 
10, 930'35 

II, 268 87 
12, 012 43 

1, 758 02 
810 48 

4, 930 14 

1, 779 21 
3, 092 64 

2, 800 42, 



Disburse- 
ments. 



|1, 449 95 

2, 123 49 

2, 527 69 

2 98 

1, 509 51 



2, 122 11 

1 92 

402 58 

846 70 

1, 508 64 

2, 074 51 
503 65 
664 85 

2, 515 36 

368 73 

587 63 

16, 405 34 

1, 215 27 
170 64 

34,451 60 
4, 526 39 
7, 012 48 
7,323 88 
7 80 
9, 538 15 

2, 843 04 

4, 459 83 

5, 033 01 

2, 210 22 

3, 733 33 

2, 045 36 
5, 192 63 

29, 534 05 

6, 212 67 

3, 773 91 
381 16 

2, 415 63 
1, 005 82 

3, 044 36 
1,508 55 

5, 028 44 

4, 925 60 
1, 510 61 
4, 063 34 

1 82 
15, 238 05 
3, 564 61 

10, 072 51 

6, 032 77 

3, 020 84 
1,511 57 

12, 317 02 

1, 450 00 

11, 535 09 
9, 626 13 

908 67 

7, 429 62 
9,233 30 

2, 723 61 
4,650 35 
2, 414 59 

23,293 75 

4, 570 34 
2, 141 05 

14, 903 65 
229 08 

2, 041 92 

5, 225 53 
5, 280 98 

11, 108 80 
993 79 
f04 49 

3, 524 65 
459 75 

1, 131 29 
1,626 84 



Amount re- 
ceived over 
amount dis- 
bursed. 



$540 

1,561 

3, 009 

593 

393 

326 

1,466 

382 

113 

173 

219 

484 

229 

305 

556 

261 

278 

3,079 

1, 837 

867 

3,301 

752 

821 

1,682 

1,963 

3, 692 

1,400 

767 

1,569 

3,155 

2,936 

1,399 

2, 833 

2,066 

1,295 

1,007 

516 

709 

157 

749 

201 

659 

193 

611 

604 

360 

13, 054 

1,383 

4,145 

520 

1,146 

803 



31 

12, 918 

285 

198 

1,068 

983 

440 

2,080 

503 

8,881 

1,876 

1,573 

7,486 

91 

1,686 

5,704 

5,987 

.'£ 903 

m I «4 

I 303 
1, 405 
1, 319 
1,961 
1, 173 



Statement — Continued. 



Name of Fund. 



What Bond Fund. 



County of Montgomery 

City of Litchfield 

' ' Jacksonville 

Township 15 N. R. 10 W . . . 
14 N. R. 9¥... 

Inc. town of Waverly 

Township of Snllivan 

' ' Oregon 

11 Pine Rock 

County of Peoria 

City of Peoria 

Township of Brimfield 

" Elm wood 

County of Perry . . , 

Township of Bement 

' ' Blue Ridge. .. 

County of Pike 

Township of Newburg 

Pittsfleld 

' ' Canoe Creek . 

' ' Meline 

' ' Rock Island. . 

City of Chester 

County of Saline 

' ' Sangamon 

Township of Springfield . . . 

" Cartwright... 

City of Springfield 

County of Scliuyler 

Township of Browning 

' ' Frederick 

County of Scott 

Inc. town of Winchester. . . 
Township of Essex 

' ' Goshen 

' ' Osceola 

' ' Penn 

Toulon 



Inc. town of Toulon 

" " Wyoming 

City of Belleville 

Inc. town of Freehurg 

" Maacoutah 

" " New Athens . . 

County of Tazewell 

CityofPekin 

Township of Elm Grove 

Mackinaw 

' ' Pekin 

' ' Tremont 

' ' Danville ...... 

' ' Grant 

' ' Ross 

' ' Ellison 

'' Lenox 

' ' Monmouth 

' ' Roseville 

Spring Grove . 

' ' Sumner 

" Swan 

County of Washington 

' ' Wayne 

Township of Bedford 

" Big Mound 

' ' Jasper 

' ' Laniard 

County of White 

Inc. town of Enfield 

Township of Hahneman 

Prophetstown 

' ' Tampico 

County of Williamson 

Township of Cazenovia 

' ' Metaniora 



Receipts. 



11 



414 53 
269 74 
025 22 
330 95 
967 79 
291 '46 
583 53 



, 386 27 

, 042 63 

, 083 80 

, 681 52 

, 173 18 

,522 00 

, 856 45 

, 265 97 

, 583 91 

, 218 60 

, 933 58 

, 170 72 

, 351 54 

, 975 01 

, 565 00 

, 000 00 

, 126 19 

, 440 35 

, 083 72 

, 313 39 

, 892 05 

,929 01 

, 789 66 

, 844 79 

7, 066 01 

6, 693 01 

242 05 

13, 038 29 

, 440 35 

404 73 

233 63 

1, 282 59 

2, 785 43 

23, 504 42 

2, 913 54 

6, 457 01 

2, 693 09 

15, 790 47 

6, 367 53 

2, 703 77 

4, 633 49 
5, 234 98 
4, 376 18 

26, 041 33 

2, 398 72 

2, 049 09 

868 29 

2, 935 24 
4, 185 64 

5, 889 48 

3, 967 78 
848 38 

6, 037 45 
26, 376 59 
32,211 84 

3, 093 51 
1, 215 67 
1, 367 44 

3, 055 93 
22, 432 18 

1, 175 17 

4, 954 02 

5, 423 56 

3, 763 44 

4, 000 00 

6, 358 89 
6, 427 52 



, 864, 666 77 



Disburse- 
ments. 



$6 


063 70 


7 


859 26 


7 


020 79 


5 


150 36 


2 


701 26 


2 


887 36 


2 


412 92 




2 95 




706 43 


7 


845 21 


3 


741 25 


13 


624 71 


11 


333 56 


12 


376 09 


2 


814 12 


7 


270 28 


43 


284 63 


2 


831 44 


4 


792 66 




512 47 


10 


149 96 


8 


190 20 


1 


565 00 




960 00 


18 


390 72 


10 


080 12 


2 


254 00 


10 


456 24 


16 


112 60 


4 


057 09 


1 


833 08 


10 


269 85 


6 


147 60 


5 


080 27 




201 21 


10 


734 72 


10 


140 28 




102 02 




201 17 


1 


006 41 


2 


032 21 


17 


983 01 


1 


801 14 


3 


535 00 


2 


365 74 


6 


528 50 


3 


588 85 


1 


437 34 


2 


664 84 


4 


073 13 


2 


259 49 


27, 


217 09 


2 


067 59 


1, 


855 01 




650 59 


1, 


631 45 


3, 


671 34 


5, 


126 86 


1, 


563 28 




490 39 


5 


318 21 


'23, 


909 32 


28, 


346 30 


2, 


041 72 




764 01 


1, 


018 69 


1, 


989 53 


12, 


020 00 




883 11 


4, 


027 12 


2, 


018 82 


3, 


760 00 



$1, 334, 342 76 



Amount re 

ceived over 

amount dis 

bursed. 



$2, 350 83 
410 48 

2, 004 43 
8, 180 59 
4, 266 53 
3,404 10 

170 61 

586 73 

679 84 

9,197 42 

1, 342 55 

6, 056 81 

4, 839 62 
15, 145 91 

42 33 

5, 995 69 

3, 299 28 
387 16 
140 92 
658 25 
201 58 

4, 784 81 



1,040 

3.735 

2,360 

829 

10, 857 
779 
871 

1,956 

11, 574 
918 

1,612 

40 

2,303 

1,300 

302 
32 

276 

753 
5,521 
1,112 
2,922 

327 
9,261 
2,778 
1,266 
1,968 
1,161 
2,116 



331 

194 

217 

1,303 

514 

762 

2,404 

357 

719 

2,467 

3,865 

1,051 

451 

348 

1,066 

10, 412 

1,175 

4,070 

1,396 

1,744 

240 

6,358 

6,427 



$532, 682 03 



Amount 

disbursed 

over 

amount 
received. 



$1, 175 76 



$2, 358 02 



No. 4. 

General Statement of Warrants drawn on the State Treasury, from De- 
cember 1, 1870, to November 30, 1872, inclusive. 



TO WHAT ACCOUNT CHARGED. 



REVENUE FUND. 



Appropriations, Special 

Appropriations, General 

Canal and River Improvement. 

Commissioners of Public Charities.- 

Conveying convicts to the Penitentiary 

" " " State lieform School 

County Agricultural Societies 

" " Boards 

Contingent Fund of Governor 

Constitutional Convention, 1869-70 

Costs and expenses in State suits 

Executive Mansion 

Field Notes and Surveys 

Fugitives from justice 

Fund Commissioners' Clerk 

General Assembly, Twenty-seventh 

" " Twenty-fifth ■ 

Geological Survey 

' ' Reports 

Incidental expenses 

Institution for the Education of Feeble-Minded Children 

theBlind 

" " " the Deaf and Dumb 

Insane Hospital, Jacksonville 

' ' " Northern 

" " Southern 

Illinois Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary 

' ' Soldiers' College 

' ' Industrial University 
' ' State Penitentiary — 
' ' Soldiers' Orphans Home 
Judgments, Clerks' and Sheriffs' fees 

Money refunded 

Military State Agent 

Normal University, Bloomington 

" " Southern 

Office of the Governor 

' ' ' ' Secretary of State 

" " Auditor 'of Public Accounts 

" " Adjutant General 

Public Printing - 

' ' Binding 

Porters and Watchman in State House 

Repairs to State House 

Reports of Supreme Court 

Revision of Statutes 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners 

State Board of Equalization 

' ' Library 

Supreme Court, Southern Division 

'■' " Central Division 

" " Northern Division 

State Reform School, Pontiac 

State House, new 

Salaries, Governor (salary and clerk hire) 

' ' Lieutenant-Governor 

' ' Secretary of State (salary and clerk hire) 

' ' Auditor Public Accounts (salary and clerk hire) 

' ' State Treasurer (salary and clerk hire) 

' ' Attorney General (salary and office expenses) . . . 

' ' Adjutant General 

' ' State Entomologist 

' ' Judiciary, 1st Division, Supreme Court 

" 2d " " " 

3d " " " 

4th " " " 

5th " " " 

6th " " " 

7th " " " 



Amount carried forward 3H> 068, 942 



Statem ent — Continued. 



TO WHAT ACCOUNT CHARGED. 



Amount. 



Amount brought forward . 



4, 068, 942 §2 



REVENUE FUND— Continued. 

Salaries, Judiciary, 1st Circuit 

2d " 

3d " 

4th " 

5th " 

6th " 

8th " 

9th " 

10th " 

11th " 

12th " 

13th " 

14th " 

15th " 

16th " 

17th " 

18th " 

19th " 

20th " 

21st " 

22d " 

23d " 

24th " 

25th " 

26th " 

27th " 

28th " 

30th " 

Circuit Court of Cook county (5 Judges) . . . 
Superior Court of Cook county (3 Judges) . . 

Recorder's Court of Peru 

Alton City Court 

Common Pleas Court, of Amboy 

Aurora and Elgin. 

Mattoon .-.. 

Sparta 

e's Attorney, 1st Circuit 

2d 



Sta 



3d 

4th 
5th 
6th 
7th 
8th 
9th 
10th 
11th 
12th 
13th 
14th 
15th 
16th 
17th 
18th 
19th 
20th 
21st 
22d 
23d 
24th 
25th 
26th 
27th 
28th 
30th 



Prosecuting Attorney, Recorder's Court of Peru 

'.' " " Chicago, etc. 

' ' Superior Court of Chicago, etc 

11 " Common Pleas Court of Amboy . . 

" " " " Sparta. . . 

" " Alton City Court 



6, 084 23 
6, 084 23 
6, 658 33 
6, 464 66 
6,084 23 
6, 084 23 
6, 084 23 
6,959 23 
6,279 88 
6, 959 23 

5, 529 88 

6. 959 23 
6, 198 36 
6,959 23 
6, 084 23 
6,084 23 

5, 474 34 

6, 084 23 
6, 084 23 
6, 084 23 
6, 209 23 
6, 959 23 
6, 0S4 23 
6,209 23 
7,146 73 
6,959 23 
6, 959 23 
5, 917 55 

14, 934 20 
9, 852 20 
1,500 00 
5, 624 99 
5, 494 56 
1, 831 85 
1, 831 52 
600 54 
1, 000 00 



Total Revenue Eund Warrants issued . 



1, 025 00 

1, 000 00 

875 00 

1, 000 00 

1,000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 425 00 

925 00 

1, 000 00 

1, OCO 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 125 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 125 00 

1,000 00 

1, 068 68 

850 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 125 00 

1, 120 41 

1, 000 00 

1,000 00 

1, 225 00 

1, 425 00 

183 15 

500 00 

500 00 

969 19 

300 27 

446 19 

4, 319, 554 90 



L—2 



10 



Statement — Continued. 



TO "WHAT ACCOUNT CHARGED. 



Amount brought forward 

SPECIAL STATE FUNDS. 

Central Railroad Fund $1,700,137 52 

Interest Fund 310,912 33 

State Debt Fund 2,587,982 83 

SchoolFund 1,825,792 19 

Canal Redemption Fund 1,128,307 68 

Local Bond Funds (as per detailed statement) 

Total warrants drawn during two years ending November 30, 1872 



Amount. 



$4, 319, 554 90 



|7, 553, 132 55 
1, 334, 342 76 



|13, 207, 030 21 



11 



No. 5. 



Detailed 



Statement of Warrants drawn on the State Treasury, from 
cember 1, 1870, to November 30, 1872, inclusive. 



Be- 



ACCOUNTS. 



APPROPRIATIONS— SPECIAL. 

To H. G. Fitzhugh, for labor, repairing State Arsenal 

" A. E. Darling, for painting portrait of Ex-Gov. Carlin 

' ' Walter B. Caswell, assignee of Geo. R. McGregor, on voucher 

issued by Illinois State Penitentiary Commissioners 

" E. N. Bates, State Treasurer, for amount of School Fund Interest 

orders for the year 1871, paid counties 

APPROPRIATIONS— GENERAL. 

To John W. Bunn, Tr., for appropriation for the year 1871, to the HI. 
State Agricultural Society 



App. 



John TV. Bunn; Tr., for appropriation for the year 1872, to State 
Board of Agriculture 



Jonathan Iluggins, Tr., for appropriations for the years 1871 and 
1872, to Illinois State Horticultural Society 

Kaskaskia River Navigation Company, for amount of State Reve- 
nue Tax. collected in a certain district in Randolph county, for 
the year 1870 

St. Clair and Monroo Levee and Drainage Company, for amount 
of State Revenue Tax collected in a certain district in St. Clair 
county, for the years 1868, '69 and '70 

St. Clair and Monroe Levee and Drainage Company, for amount 
of State Revenue Tax collected in a certain district in Monroe 
county, for the years 1869 and 1870 

Auditor for reporting taxable lands and making transcripts of 
taxable lands for counties, 

Expenses of keeping transfer and interest books 

Brooks & Cadogan, for advertising for Army Auditors' Depart- 
ment in 1861 

Brooks & Cadogan, for advertising for Q. M. Dep't in 1861 

Isaac White for subsisting Illinois troops at Petersburg, HI., in 
1861 

W. W. H. Lawton, for subsisting Illinois troops at Naples, HI., in 
1861 

Horace Morgan, for ten days' use of double team and driver, in 
January, 1862, for Q. M. General's Department 



CANAL AND RIVER IMPROVEMENT. 

To Contractors, and for Engineering and materials- for Lock and 

Dam at Henry, Hlinois^ in full of appropriation, 

' ' Joseph Utley, Commissioner, per diem 

' ' Robert Milne, " ' " \ 

" Virgil Hickox, " " ' 



COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC CHARITIES. 



To Elmer Baldwin, Commissioner, expenses. 
Goo. S. Robinson, " " . 

J. N. McCord, " " '. 

S. M. Church, " " ■ ". 

Z. B. Lawson, " " . 

Fred H. Wines, Secretary, salary 

" " expenses 



R. H. Frost, services as extra clerk, preparing Commissioners' re 
port 

Ofhce expenses, including rent, furniture, postage, gas, etc 



Amount paid under Laws 1869 $4, 130 78 

'' •" " 1871-72 0,144 36 



Amount carried forward J 1 1321, 882 26 



1871 



1871 



1857 
1872 
1867 

1869 



1865-7 



1847 
1849 



1869 
1867 



1869 
1871-72 

1869 
1871-72 

1869 
1871-72 

1869 
1871-72 

1869 
1871-72 

1869 
1871-72 

1869 
1871-72 

1869 

1869 

1871-72 



Amount. 



$180 70 
500 00 



157 57 
54, 564 93 



$3, 000 00 
3, 000 00 
4, 000 00 

2, 928 28 



881 20 

666 07 

2, 875 00 

8 75 
8 50 

40 25 

21 00 

25 00 



|227, 696 42 
3, 655 00 
3, 655 00 
3, 655 00 



Total. 



$259 60 
280 88 
229 67 
171 24 
143 85 
199 00 
193 60, 
321 95 > 
242 65 
265 45 1 

3, 500 00 ! 

3, 499 99 1 
169 95! 
532 05 

89 00 
302 46 

873 80 



55, 403 20 



17, 542 50 



238, 661 42 



10, 275 14 



12 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 








$321, 882 26 


C( 
To She 


MTVEYLNG CONVICTS TO TI 

riff of Adams county, for convey 
' Alexander ' ' ' 

Bond 
' Boone ' ' ' 

Brown ' ' ' 
' Bureau ' ' ' 

Calhoun ' ' ' 
' Carroll ' ' ' 
' Cass ' ' ' 

Champaign ' ' ' 
' Christain ' ' ' 

Clark 

Clay 
' Clinton ' ' ' 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford ' ' ' 

Cumberland ' ' ' 
« DeKalb " ' 

DeWitt ' ' ' 

Douglas ' ' ' 
* DuPage ' ' ' 

Edgar 
' Edwards ' ' ' 
' Effingham ' ' ' 
' Fayette ' ' ' 
' Ford " ' 
' Franklin ' ' ' 
' Fulton " ' 
' Gallatin ' ' ' 
' Greene ' ' ' 
' Grundy ' ' ' 
' Hamilton ' ' 

Hancock ' ' 

Hardin ' ' ' 
' Henderson ' ' ' 
1 Henry ' ' ' 
' H-iquois ' ' ' 

Jackson ' ' ' 

Jasper ' ' ' 
' Jefferson ' ' ' 

Jersey ' 

JoDaviesa ' ' ' 

Johnson ' ' ' 
' Kane ' ' ' 
' Kankakee ' ' ' 

Kendall ' ' ' 
' Knox ' ' ' 
' Lake ' ' ' 

LaSalle 
' Lawrence ' ' ' 

Lee ' ' ' 

Livingston ' ' ' 
' Logan ' ' ' 
' Macon ' ' ' 
' Macoupin ' ' ' 

Madison ' ' ' 
' Mariou ' ' ' 

Marshall ' ' ' 

Mason ' ' ' 
1 Massac ' ' ' 

McDonough ' ' 
' McHenry ' ' ' 
' McLean ' ' ' 

Menard ' ' ' 

Mercer ' ' ' 
' Monroe ' ' ' 

Montgomery ' ' ' 

Morgan ' ' ' 
' Moultrie ' ' ' 

Ogle 
' Peoria ' ' ' 
' Perrv ' ' ' 


IE PENITENTIAKY. 

ing 37 convicts 

' 40 " 


1851-72 
1851 


$2,069 85 

2, 570 15 

75 95 




' 1 " 












8 " 


1851 


419 90 
69 30 






' 2 " 












6 " 


1851 

1851-72 

1851 

1851-72 

51-69-72 
1851-72 

1851 
1851-72 

1851 
1851-72 

1851 

1851-72 
1851 


297 40 

115 50 
343 75 
172 20 
231 80 
260 30 
386 95 
579 00 

1, 652 40 
207 85 
329 50 

116 10 
141 25 
188 50 

69 30 
512 50 

95 55 
620 80 
285 30 






' 2 " 






12 " 






' 4 " 






5 " 

4 " 






6 " 






15 " 






' 299 " 

3 " 






5 " 






' 5 " 






5 " 

4 " 






10 " 






1 " 






15 " 

' 5 " 












' 4 " 


1851 
1851-72 

1851 


348 75 
641 70 
184 30 
491 80 
33 60 






' 18 " 






1 o ' ' 






10 " 






4 " 












' 16 " 


1851-72 

51-65-72 

1851 

1851-69 
1851-72 

1851 
1851-65 

1872 

1851 

1851-72 
1851 

1851-72 

1851 
1851-72 

1851 

1851-72 

1851 

1851-72 

1851 

1851-72 

1851-69 


912 95 
420 95 
227 50 

166 25 

167 10 
969 55 

77 00 
218 45 
282 50 
506 15 
290 70 
167 90 

84 15 

14 00 
125 80 
116 80 
112 70 
448 90 
137 20 

39 55 
366 00 
418 25 
488 80 
1, 140 40 
634 05 
121 00 
260 80 
544 80 
209 80 

84 05 
340 20 
243 20 

54 25 

243 00 

380 25 

1, 061 20 

64 05 
142 10 
565 45 
731 30 






' 5 " 






' 5 " 






' 4 " 






' 8 " 






15 " 

' 1 " 






3 " 






' 8 " 






10 " 






' 3 " 






8 " 






' 5 " 






' 1 " 






' 4 " 






' 5 " 






10 " 






fi " 






5 " 






' 2 " 






' 12 " 






' 14 " 






' 11 " 






23 " 






' 12 " 






4 " 






' 6 " 






' 5 " 






6 " 






' 3 " 






' 16 " 






' 5 " 






' 1 " 






' 3 " 






8 " 






29 " 






1 " 






4 " 






19 " 






10 " 










1 




$27, 090 30 


$321, 882 26 



13 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 
$27,090 30 

163 80 
404 05 
425 15 
467 60 
27 65 
73 50 
372 20 
626 40 
182 60 
749 60 
119 00 
143 50 
437 30 


Total. 


Amoi 

CONA 
To She 






$321, 882 26 


KEYING CONVICTS TO PENITENTIARY— Continued. 


1851 

1851-72 
1851 

1872 
1851-72 

1851 
1851-72 

1851 
1851-72 




Pike 
' Pope ' 
' Pulaski ' 
' Putnam ' 
' Randolph ' 
' Richland ' 
' Rock Island ' 
' Saline ' 
' Sangamon ' 
' Schuyler ' 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 
' Stephenson ' 
' Tazewell ' 
' Union ' 
1 Vermilion ' 
' Wabash ' 
' Warren ' 
' Washington ' 
' Wayne ' 

White ' 
' Whiteside ' 

Will 
' Williamson ' 
' Winnebago ' 


V< rt ", .T 






' " .... 4 " 






' " 5 " 






' " 1 " 






' " 1 " 






' " 6 " 






' " 19 " 






' " 2 " 






' "26 " 






1 11 o l ' 






' " 2 " 






1 " 11 " 












' " 22 " 


1851-72 

1851 

1851-72 

1851 
1851-72 

1851 
1851-69 
1851-72 

1851 


1, 195 00 
126 00 
321 05 
772 40 
488 00 
152 90 
449 80 
312 50 
372 40 
653 25 
209 60 
6 70 
211 40 
468 00 






' " 3 " 






' " 10 " 






' " 10 " 






' " 18 " 

I 11 o ' ' 






' " 11 " 






' " 5 " 






' " 5 " 






' " 10 " 






' " 6 " 






' " 10 " 






' " 2 " 






' " 16 " 










CONVEYING CONVICTS 


TO THE STATE REFORM SCHOOL. 


1867 

1867-72 
1867 

1872 

1867 

1867-72 
1872 
1867 

1872 
1867 
1872 
1867 

1867-72 
1867 

1867-72 

1872 
1867-72 

1867 

1872 
1867-72 




$37, 021 65 


$158 40 
183 50 

33 00 
32 10 

56 00 
24 90 
50 75 

42 25 
41 40 

915 40 
15 25 
24 00 
50 20 

31 60 

32 80 

57 20 
30 00 
11 00 
46 00 
66 10 
21 40 
13 20 
19 60 

19 50 

70 20 
13 40 

20 20 
64 00 
79 00 

34 40 
147 90 

35 25 
97 35 
32 40 

71 60 
111 60 

18 80 
26 80 
50 80 

43 20 




' Alexander ' 
' Brown ' 
' Bureau ' 
' Cass ' 
' Champaign ' 

Clark ' 
' Clay ' 
1 Coles ' 

Cook ' 
' Ford ' 
' Fulton ' 
' Gallatin ' 
' Greene ' 
' Hancock ' 
' Hardin ' 
' Henry ' 
' Iroquois ' 
' Jo Daviess ' 
' Kane ' 
' Knox ' 
' LaSalle ' 
' Lee ' 
' Logan ' 
' Macon ' 
' Marshall ' 
' Mason ' 
' Massac ' 

McLean ' 
' Mercer ' 
' Morgan ' 
' Moultrie ' 
' Peoria ' 
' Pike ' 
' Pope ' 
' Saline ' 
' Sangamon ' 
' Schuyler ' 
' Shelby ' 
' Stark ' 


' !l 3 " 






" 1 " 






' ".... a. " 






' " 2 " 






' " 2 " 






' " 1 " 






« 1 






« " 2 " 






' " 71 " 






' " 1 " 






' 1 " 






* " 1 " '.... 






1 '.«... 1 . «•' 






' 1 " 






' '.' 1. " 






' " 1 " 


• 




' " 1 " 






' " . 3 " 






' " 3 " 






' " 1 " 






' " 2 " 






' " ... 1 " 






1 " 2 " 






' " 4 " 






' " 1 " 






' " 1 " 






' ". 1 " 






' " 9 " 






1 «.«.. 1. " 






' " 7 " 






' M... l " 






' " 10 " 






' " 1 " 






' " 1 






' " 2 " 






' 1 " 






' 1 " 






' " 2 " 






' " 2 " 




Amount carried f or ivai 


d 




$2, 892 45 


$358, 903 91 



14 

Statem ent — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



CONVEYING CONVICTS TO REFORM SCHOOL— Continued. 
To Sheriff of St. Clair county, for conveying 3 convicts 



Vermilion 

"Wabash 

Warren 

Wayne 

Winnebago 



COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 
To Adams County Agricultural Society, for 1870 and 1871. 



Boone 
Bureau 
Carroll 

Cass ' 

Champaign ' 

Christian ' 

Clark ' 
Clay 
Coles 

Crawford ' 

Cumberland ' 
DeKalb 
UeWitt 

Douglas ' 

DnPage ' 

Edgar ' 

Edwards ' 

Payette ' 

Franklin ' 

Fulton ' 

Greene ' 

Grundy ' 

Hamilton ' 

Hancock ' 

Hardin ' 

Henderson ' 
Henry 

Iroquois ' 

Iroquois ' 

Jackson ' 

Jasper ' 

Jefferson ' 

Jersey ' 

JoDaviess ' 

Kane ' 

Kankakee ' 

Kendall ' 

Knox ' 

Lake ' 
LaSalle 

Lawrence ' 

Lee ' 

Livingston ' 

Logan ' 

Macon ' 

Macoupin ' 

Madison ' 
Marion 

Marshall ' 

Mason ' 

Massac ' 

McDonough ' 

McHenry ' 

McLean ' 

Menard ' 

Mercer ' 

Monroe ' 
Montgomery ' 

Moultrie ' 
Ogle 

Peoria ' 

Perry ' 



Amount carried, forward. 



1871. 



1870. 
1871. 



Watseka, for 1871 

Onarga, for 1870 and 1871 

for 1871 

from 1863 to 1871, inclusive 
for 1871 



1869-70 and 1871 . 
1871 



App. 



1867-72 
1867 



1872 
1867 



Amount. 



$2, 892 45 



132 10 

57 50 
57 60 
25 40 
49 50 
31 00 



$200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
900 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
300 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



17,500 00 i $362,149 46 



15 

Statement — Continued. 









ACCOUNTS. 






App. 


Amount. 


Total. 






$7, 500 00 


$362, 149 46 


COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES— Continued. 






To Piatt Countv A ori cultural Societv. for 1871 


1861 


100 00 






Pike 

Pope ' 


i ii i 


i ii 








100 00 
100 00 












Putnam ' 
Randolph ' 
Richland ' 
Rock Island ' 
Saline ' 
Schuyler ' 
Shelby 

Stark ' 
St. Clair 
Stephenson ' 


i ii i 


' " 








100 00 
100 00 












\ '}, 1 


I II 








100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
























■ ii i 


i 1 1 






100 00 






1 II 1 


' 1870... 








100 00 
100 00 
100 00 


















Union ' 
Vermilion ' 
Wabash . ' 
Warren ' 
Wayne ' 


1 II 1 


' 1871.. 






100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
































Whiteside ' 
Will 

Williamson ' 
Winnebago ' 
Woodford ' 


■ ii i 


! II 








100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 






























Atlanta (Logan Co.) Union Central Agricultural Society, for 1871 






Union Agricultural Institute of Sandwich (DeKalb Co.) ' ' 






100 00 






Union Agricultural Society of JoDaviess, Stephenson and La- 








Fayette cou 


nties, for 1871 


" 


100 00 






$10, 100 00 


COUNTY AGRICULTURAL BOARDS. 






To Treasurer of the State Board of Agriculture : 








Eor appropriation to Adams County Agricultural Board for 1872 


1872 


1100 00 








Boone 


i ii i 










100 00 








' Bureau ' 


' " ' 










100 00 








' Carroll 


' ' ' ' 










100 00 








' Cass ' 


■ <i • 










100 00 








' Champaign ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








' Christian ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








Clark 


' " ' 










100 00 








Clay 


' " ' 










100 00 








Coles 


i ii i 










100 00 








DeKalb 


i ii i 










100 00 








DeWitt 


i n i 










100 00 








DnPage ' 


■ ii i 










100 00 








Edgar ' 


' ' ' ' 










100 00 








Edwards ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








Fayette ' 


' " ' 










100 00 








Franklin ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








' Fulton ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








Greene ' 


' ' ' ' 










100 00 








Grundy ' 


' " ' 










100 00 








Hancock ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








Henderson ' 


• ii i 










100 00 








Henry ' 


i ii » 










100 00 








Iroquois ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








Jasper ' 
Jefferson ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








■ ii i 










100 00 








Jersey ' 


i ii i 











100 00 








JoDaviess ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








Kane ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








Kankakee ' 


' ' ' • 










100 00 








' Kendall 


' " ' 










100 00 








Knox ' 


' ' ' • 










100 00 








Lake ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








LaSalle ' 


' '■' ' 










100 00 








Lawrence ' 


' " ' 










100 00 








Lee ' 


' " ' 










100 00 








Livingston ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








' Logan ' 


i ii i 










100 00 








Macon ' 


' ' ' ' 










100 00 








Macoupin ' 


i ii , 










100 00 




" " Madison ' 


1 1 i 










100 00 




Amoimt carried /< 
















$4, 100 00 


|372, 249 46 



16 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Amount brought forward 




$4, 100 00 


1372, 249 46 


COUNTY AGRICULTURAL BOARDS— Continued. 




To appropriation to Marion County Agricultural Board for 1872. . 


1872 


$100 00 






' ' ' Marshall " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Mason " " " " .. 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Massac " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' " McDonough " " " " .. 


' ' 


100 0< 






' ' ' McHenry " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' McLean' " " " " . . 


1 ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Menard " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Mercer " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Monroe " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Montgomery " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Morgan " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Moultrie " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






Ogle 


' ' 


100 00 






i 1 1 Peoria " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Perry ' ' ' ' " ' ' . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Putnam " " " ' ' . . 


' ' 


100 00 






1 ' ' Richland " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






1 ' ' Rock Island " " " " . . 


1 ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Schuvler ' ' ' ' " ' ' . . 


' ' 


100 00 






Shelby " " " " .. 


' ' 


100 00 






' " Stark " " " " .. 


ii 


100 00 






' ' ' Stephenson " " ," " . . 


' ' 


300 00 






■ 1 1 Tazewell " " ' ' ' ' . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Union ' ' ' ' " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Vermilion " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' "Wabash " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Warren " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Wayne " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Whiteside " " " " . . 


1 ' 


100 00 






Will •' " " 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Williamson " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' ' Winnebago " " " " . . 
' ' ' Woodford " " " " . . 


' ' 


100 00 






' ' 


100 00 










|7, 500 00 






CONTINGENT FUND OF GOVERNOR. 








To A. J. Babcock, for part pay for water closets and. plumbing, in 








Second Presbyterian Church, for House of Representatives of 








27th General Assembly 


1869 


$500 00 




' ' John T. Jones, for services and expenses having summons served 








on collector of Cook county, for 1869, and securities 


* * 


40 00 




' ' John M. Palmer, for amount paid out for expenses in visiting State 








Institutions 


* * 


29 00 




' ' Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co., for transportation of two 








disabled soldiers from Chicago' to Milwaukee, on orders signed 








by Gov. Oglesby in 1868 


* < 


6 00 




' ' Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co., for transportation of sundry 








<< 


persons, on order of Gov. Palmer 




19 50 




H. Dilger, for services as superintending architect in fitting up 




Second Presbyterian Church for House of Representatives 27th 








.. 


General A saembly 




75 00 




Toledo, Wabash Sc Western Railway Co., for transportation of W. 




Van Ando, from Springfield, HI., to Ft. Wayne, Ind 




5 36 




' ' John F. Rittenhouse, for services and expenses in attempting to 








arrest an escaped convict 


* ' 


25 75 




' ' Geo. W Hardacre, for reporting and transcribing evidence in case 








of G. W. Chatterton vs. Auditor P. A., et. al 


' ' 


30 00 




11 T.J. Britt & Co., for planting railroad bills 




19 00 




' ' Edward Rummel, Secretary of State, for expense of removing geo- 








logical collection after destruction by hie of the building in 








which the collection was deposited 


1 ( 


136 00 




" T. J. Britt & Co., for printing House bill for An act to appoint 












7 50 




' ' S. Watkins, for services and expenses as witness before committee 








appointed by House of Rci>resentatives 27th General Assem- 
bly to examine and report as to character of work on new State 














<< 


House 




16 20 




J. C. Dore, for amount due C. Price for services and expenses as 




witness before committee appointed by House of Representa- 
tives 27th General Assembly to examine and report as to the 
















1 * 


31 00 ! 










$379, 749 46 






At 




1 


$9-i0 31 1 





17 
Statement — Continued. 



A.CCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward . 



CONTINGENT FUND OF GOVERNOR— Continued. 

To John Hinchcliffe, for amount due T. Brady for services and ex- 
penses as witness before committee appointed by House of 
.Representatives 27th General Assembly to examine and report 
as to the character of the work on new State House 

J. R. Mosser, for pay in part for his services as clerk in Executive 
office 

John M. Palmer, for fee paid for copy of opinion in case Buffing- 
ton vs. Day 

Thos. C. Smith, for expenses of removing remains of late Gov. 
Bissell to Oak Eidge Cemetery, 

A. E. Darling, for.gilt frame for portrait of ex-Gov. Carlin 

J. S. Lee, for amount due Henry Eiblett for services and expenses 
as witness before committee appointed by House of Represen- 
tatives 27th General Assembly to examine and report as to the 
character of the work on new'State House 

C. M. Morrison, for expenses incurred in arresting supposed mur- 
derer of Sharon Tyndale 

John M. Palmer, for expenses incurred by House committee 27th 
General Assembly investigating affairs of Illinois State Peni- 
tentiary 

John M. Palmer, for expenses incurred by special committee of 
House of Representatives 27th General Assembly investigating 
'Adam Smith Lease" 

Chicago & Alton Railroad Co., for transportation of sundry per- 
sons on Governor's order 



App. 



H. Dilger, for services as architect revising plans and estimates 
for Champaign University buildings 



1 John Syme, for services as clerk Senate committee 27th General 
Assembly on public buildings 

W. H. Van Doren, for amounts due sundry persons for services 
and expenses as witnesses before committee appointed by House 
of Representatives 27th General Assembly to examine and re- 
port as to the character of work on new State House 

Geo. S. Roper, for expenses incurred in attempting to arrest John 
Blanchard, an escaped convict 

Hickox & Hardacre, for reporting evidence taken before commit- 
tee appointed by House of Representatives 27th General As- 
sembly to examine and report as to the character of work on 
new State House 

E. N. Bates, Tr., for amount paid Chapman & Scott, of New York 
City, for defending suit in New York, John Stockwell vs. E. N. 
Bates, Treasurer, and State of Illinois 

E. B. Harlan for amount for pay, in part, of members committee 
House of Representatives 27th General Assembly, on State In- 
stitutions, for expenses incurred in traveling, etc 

L. M. McEwen for expenses as member House Committee 27th 
General Assembly on State institutions 

John M. Palmer, for'relief of Chicago destitute, after great fire in 
October, 1871 

G. S. Dana for potatoes and dried beef furnished on order of Gov- 
ernor for relief of Chicago destitute 

John M. Palmer for expenses of messenger to Chicago to collect 
statistics to guide Governor in disbursement of money appro- 
priated to discharge lien on Illinois and Michigan Canal 

Western Union Telegraph Co. for telegrams to members 27th Gen- 
eral Assembly, calling special session 27th General Assembly 

for relief of Chicago after great fire 

' John M. Palmer, for amounts due sundry persons for provisions 
furnished on order of Governor, for Chicago destitute 

E. B. Harlan, for expenses incurred in visiting Chicago, under 
Governor's order, to report in regard to the needs of the people 
after great fire 

"Wm. Ridgeley, cashier, for relief of Chicago destitute 

H. Dilger, for expenses incurred in visiting Chicago, between Octo- 
ber 10th and 19th, 1871, under Governor's order 

John M. Palmer, for amount due Toledo, Wabash and Western 
Railway Company, for transportation furnished on Governor's 
order 

Chicago and Alton Railroad Company, for transportation furnished 
on Governor's order 

Springfield and Hlinois Southeastern Railroad Company, for trans- 
portation furnished Mary Hoots, on Governor's order 



Amount carried, forward . 

L— 3 



1869 



Amount. 


Total. 


$940 31 


$379,749 46 


20 45 




500 00 




4 00 




225 50 
61 30 




24 85 




144 25 




204 35 




138 00 




19 70 




50 00 




60 00 




455 00 




114 00 




249 00 




500 00 




100 00 




25 00 




2, 000 00 




1,040 14 




50 00 




245 05 




1, 377 14 




22 50 
3, 000 00 




52 50 




14 00 




72 00 




3 75 




$11, 714 79 


$379, 749 46 



18 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



A mount brough t forward . 



CONTINGENT FUND OF GOVERNOR-UOxVmUED. 
.To F. H. Wines, for expenses as special messenger to Chicago, after 



great tire, on Governor's order 

" H. C. Watson, for one night's work on Governor's special message 
to 27th General Assembly 

' ' John M. Palmer, for paying expenses of members of committees 
27th General Assembly 

' ' J. H. Dixon, for expenses of pursuit, capture and return to this 
country, from Europe, of Alfred Ziegenmeyer, since convicted of 
the murder of M. W. Gumbleton, etc 

' ' John M. Palmer, for paying expenses of members of house com- 
mittee 27th ( rciieral Assembly on State Institutions 

' ' W. R. Hickox, for his expenses as member house committee 27th 
General Assembly, on Penitentiary 

' ' J: R. Mosser, for services as clerk in Executive office during first- 
session 27th General Assembly . _ __ . 

' ' John M. Palmer, Jr., for clerical services in Executive office durin" 
first session 27th General Assembly 

" M. B. Brown, for clerical services in Executive office. 

' ' John M. Palmer, to pay for copying in " 

' ' John M. Palmer, for amount due Chicago and Northwestern Rail- 
road Company for transportation of State militia, from Sterling, 
Illinois, to Chicago and return, during and after meat fire in 
October, 1871 ~ ' 

' ' John M. Palmer, for paying board of Fred. Wagner, who was 
wounded at Chicago while on duty as soldier under Gover- 
nor's order 

' ' John M. Palmer, for amount paid for record in case First Nation- 
al Bank, of Monmouth, HI., vs. State of Illinois 

' ' John M. Palmer, for Dr. F. L. Matthews' personal expenses in visit- 
ing Chicago to examine into physical condition of Alderman 
Montgomery, for whom pardon was asked on account of serious 
illness 




Wagner, who was wounded while under Governor's order as 
soldier in Chicago, after great fire 

" A. J. Galloway, for amount paid by him for committee room and 
janitor's services, paid in accordance with resolution of House 
of Representatives 27th General Assembly 

' ' Henry Miller, for boarding and lodging furnished Fred. Wagner. 
who was wounded at Chicago while under Governor's orders as 
soldier, after great fire, in October, 1871 

' ' Elmer Washburn, warden, for expenses incurred in seeking arrest 
of an escaped convict 

' ' John M. Palmer, for amount due Rock Island and Pacific Railroad 
Company, for transportation of State militia from Rock Island. 
HI., to Chicago and return, at time of great fire 

' ' Henry Kelly, for boots made for Fred. Wagner, who was wounded 
at Chicago, while in service of State, and permanently disabled 
by one leg being made shorter than the other 

• ' J. L. Million, for balance due him for rent of rooms occupied by 
house committee 27th General Assembly on Contingent Ex- 
penses, paid from contingent fund on request of chairman of 
said committee 

' ' Chicago and Alton Railroad Company, for transportation furnished 
indigent soldier, from Springfield to Chicago 

-• JohnM. Palmer, for amount due Chas. F. Askins for personal ex- 
penses while looking after supposed murderer of Sharon Tvn- 
dale 

' ' C. Loepke, for boarding Chas. F. Askins and Mr. Kerr while 
looking after supposed murderer of Sharon Tyndale 

" Walsh & Jungenfefd, for services as architect's, measuring old 
Alton penitentiary, making map of same, and estimating its 
value.. 

' ' John M. Palmer, for amount to pay additional reward offered by 
Governor for apprehension of Wm. Hicks, for the murder o'l 
James Hicks, his brother 

' ' Jas.H. Raymond, Secretary Board of Railroad anil Warehouse 
Commissioners, for amount due Hamilton Spencer for services 
as attorney in case People ex. rel. Koerner, et al., vs. Chicago 
and Alton Railroad Company, in McLean county circuit court 



Amount carried forward. 



App. 



Amount 



$11, 714 79 





50 25 




5 00 




300 00 


1 


572 10 




225 00 




16 50 




532 00 


1 


88 00 
352 00 
850 00 



47 25 
3 00 

26 10 
68 34 

85 00 

187 50 



108 00 


104 56 


700 00 


15 00 


5 00 


5 25 


46 00 


28 50 



300 00 
578 75 

500 00 I 



$19,970 64j $379,749 46 



19 
Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward . 



CONTINGENT FUND OF GOVERNOR— Coxtixukp. 

To John J. Glenn, for services in prosecuting Tho.s. and Jos. Johnson, 
charged with manslaughter, made necessary by absence of 
State's Attorney - 

" James IJ. Beardsley, for equipping and transporting Company "A ' ! 
Rock Island Light Artillery, toChicago, to operate during great 
tire 

' ' Henry Miller, for boarding Fred. Wagner, who waa wounded at 
Chicago while in service of State during great Are 

' ' Chicago and Alton Railroad Company, for transportation of sun- 
dry indigent persons over Chicago and Alton Railroad on 
Governor's orders 

' ' Springfield and Illinois Southeastern Railroad Company, for trans- 
portation of indigent persons from State Reform School 

' ' Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway Company, for transporta- 
tion furnished indigent persons, on Governor's order 

' ' Wm. A. Lutrell, for services as messenger in Executive office for 

months of September and October, 1872 

Amount paid under appropriation, 1869 $1, 776 41 

" 1871 9,993 63 

1872 6,935 64 



App. 



Amount paid for expenses 27th Gen'l Ass $5,659 35 
For other purposes 15, 046 33 



CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION 1869—1870. 

To Ely, Burnham & Bartlett, balance on contract for reporting and 
for index for Convention Globe 

" E. L. Meiritt & Bro., balance on contract for printing, etc 

' ' E. Paine, balance on contract for binding 

' ' W. H. Wagner, for publishing Constitution in Freeport Deuts- 
cher Anzeiger 

' * members of committee to audit accounts for printing and binding, 
for per diem 

' ' proof reading 

" J. Q. Harmon, Secretary, for transcribing and indexing journals. . 

' ' estate of W. H. Patterson, deceased, for balance due W. H. Pat- 
terson for services as member 

' ' estate of A. G. Kirkpatrick, for balance due A. G. Kirkpatrick for 
services as member 

COSTS AND EXPENSES IN STATE SUITS. 

To Chapman, Scott & Crowell, of New York city, for services and 
expenses on appeal Stockwell vs. E. N. Bates, Treasurer, and 
State of Ulinois 

' ' costs in Northern Division Supreme Court, in case Iroquois 
County Agricultural Society (Onarga) petition for mandamus, 
vs. Auditor and Treasurer 

' ' Sheriffs' and coroners' fees, serving summons in sundry cases, 
and expenses incurred in suits against National Banks for col- 
lection of State taxes 



EXECUTIVE MANSION 

To appropriation for fuel, lights, etc 

" " repairs 

' ' furnishing and repairing. . 



FIELD NOTES AND SURVEYS. 
To Custodian, for salary 



Blank books and stationery . 
Postage 



Stationery, office furniture, etc 

Custodian, for copying and comparing field notes of U. S. surveys 
of Illinois for 467 townships 



1869-70 



Amount carried forward. 



1869 
1871 



1869 
1871 
1869 

1871 



Amount. 



$19, 970 64 



323 34 
12 85 

CO 35 

8 20 
15 30 
60 00 



$2, 032 80 
5, 332 95 
1,421 79 ' 



306 00 
366 00 

288 56 

47 60 
25 00 



$250 00 

22 40 

559 80 



$7, 500 00 
2, 468 08 
4, 541 09 



$325 75 

1, 134 78 

417 20 

10 00 

10 00 

163 50 

4, 670 00 



Total. 



20, 705 68 



6, 731 23 



$432, 378 44 



20 



/Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App- 


Amount. 


Total. 


Amount brought forward 






$432, 378 44 


FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 






To J. C. Dunlap and S. W. Capps, for reward for arrest of A. J. 








Stratum, alias Jack Struhun, charged with crime of murder. . . 


1867 


#200 00 




' ' Thos. L. Stewart, for reward for arrest of Jas. Walkins, chaiged 








with crime of murder 


" 


200 00 




" A. H. Irvin, for reward for arrest of Jack Smith, charged with 








crime of murder 


" 


200 00 




" A. H. Irvin, for reward for arrest of Jas. L. Murray, chaiged 








with crime of murder 




200 00 




' ' Irwin Beaumont, for reward for arrest of It. J. Reynolds, chaiged 








with crime of murder 


' ' 


200 00 




' ' Hanners & Albright, for reward for arrest of Win. Hicks, charged 








with crime of murder. 


" 


200 00 




' ' J. W. Diddle, for reward for arrest of Alfred Black, charged with 








crime of murder 




200 00 




" J. C. McGraw, returning fugitive from justice to Adams Co 


1867-71 


119 66 




' ' "Wm. Murphy, " " " " " 




74 42 




" H. C. Core, " " " " Champaign Co . 




115 10 

49 92 

236 40 




" J. F. Rittenhouse, ' ' " " " " " 




63 84 
85 84 
127 95 
313 95 
46 36 
53 34 




" T. E. Halls, 




82 41 




' ' J. B. King, " " " " Clark 




27 36 




" J. R. Tanner, " " " " Clay ' ' 




147 64 




" A. M. Brown, " " ' ' " Coles ' ' 




69 24 




" H. M. Elhott, " " " " Cook 




207 60 




' ' J. A. McCausland, " " " " " " 




179 00 




' ' E. Harrolds, " " " " DeWitt 




118 24 




' ' Geo. Strubler, ' ' " " " DuPage ' ' 




130 00 




" G. B. Graham, " " " " Fayette ' ' 




25 00 




" J. F. Rittenhouse, " " " " Ford ; ' 




95 69 




' ' W. B. Denning, ' ' ' ' " ' ' Franklin ' ' 




94 92 




" D. J. "Waggoner, " " " " Fulton ' ' 




423 12 
139 38 
67 84 




' ' J. G. Williams, " ' ' " ' ' Greene ' ' 




30 00 




' ' W. Tater. " " " " Hancock ' ' 




96 00 




" C. G. Willis, " " " " Kankakee ' ' 




88 85 




" A. J. Kuykeiulall, " " " " Knox ' ' 




139 08 




' ' E. Moore, " " " " " " 




114 04 




" H. H. Wilsie, 




112 '63 




" C. S. C. Crane, " " " . " LaSalle 




84 92 




' ' Wm. Rink, " " " " Lee ' ' 




129 12 




" G. M. Berkly, 




91 38 




" H. L. Pierce, " " " " Logan ' ' 




107 92 




' ' J. Haworth, " " " " Macon ' ' 




179 02 




"JS-saK"*] " " " - m —p- " 




234 28 




" A. H. Cook, 








(from California) 




717 12 




' ' Thos. Murray, returning fugitive from justice to McDonough Co 




68 52 
172 21 




' ' Thos. McMurray, " " " " Menard ' ' 




116 88 




' ' A. A. Smith, ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Montgom'y ' ' 




65 10 




' ' Wm. Massey, " " ' ' " Morgan ' ' 




224 32 




" J. J. Manker, ' ' " " " Pike ' ' 




91 98 




' ' D. Slankard, " " " " Pope ' ' 




172 40 




' ' J. L. Robinson, ' ' ' ' " " Putnam ' ' 




133 89 




' ' Temp Elliott, " " ' ; " Sangamon ' ' 




121 52 
312 60 
140 92 




' ' J. Hinton, " " " " Shelby ' ' 






" J. P. Kennedy, " " " " Stephenson ' ' 




330 80 




' ' J. R. Hayes, " " " " " " 




186 93 
29 76 




" A. U. Stone, " " " " Tazewell 




199 44 


" T. E. Halls, " " " " Vermilion ' ' 




38 08 




' ' E. S. Gregory, " " " " " " 




52 48 
34 52 




' ' W. J. Allen, 




120 72 




Amount carried forward 


$7,231 75 


$432, 378 44 



21 
Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS 



Amount brought forward 

FUGITTVES FROM JUSTICE— Continued. 

To L. D. Robinson, returning fugitive from justice to "Warren Co 

J. M. Robinson, 



' A. Carr, 
' A. Wheeler, 
' John W. Wolven, 
' P. Elynn, 

' John "Woodnoise, 



"Will 
"Winnebago 



Amount paid under laws 1867 $4, 407 79 

" 1871 5,530 79 



FUND COMMISSIONERS' CLERK. 
To Enoch Moore, for salary 



To 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY, (27th.) 

members of the Senate, for per diem and mileage, and compensa- 
tion for postage, stationery, etc 

Officers and employees of the Senate, for per diem 

Members of the House of Representatives, for per diem and mile- 
age, and compensation for postage, stationery, etc 

Officers and employees of the House of Representatives, for per 
diem 

Expenses of joint committee 27th General Assembly on investi- 
gation of affairs of Hlinois Soldiers' Orphans' Home 

Expenses of joint committee 27th General Assembly on investi- 
gation of affairs of Illinois State Penitentiary 

Per diem and expenses of members joint committee 27th General 
Assembly to report on affairs Board of Police Commissioners of 
East St. Louis 

Secretary of State for copying laws, journals, etc., of 27th General 
Assembly 

Services of Chaplains 27th General Assembly 

Sundry persons, for fitting up Senate Chamber and Representa- 
tives Hall for meeting of adjourned session 27th General 
Assembly 

A. H. Erickson, for services as extra janitor Senate 27th General 
Assembly— special appropriation 

"W. H. V. Raymond, tor preparing digest of the special school 
acts and charters for use committees 27th General Assembly 
on education — special appropriation 

Joel Johnson, for rent of committee rooms for use House of Rep- 
resentatives 27th General Assembly — special appropriation 

Joel Johnson, for rent of committee rooms, $490, and interest 
from July 1, 1871, $29 40 — special appropriation 

Nntt & Barkley, for furniture for committee rooms 27th General 
Assembly, $135, and interest ou amount from July 1, 1871, 
$8 10 — special appropriation 

T. J. V. Owen, for rent of committee rooms for Senate 27th Gen- 
eral Assembly — special appropriation 

J. Ruckel, for curtains, drapery, etc., for House of Representa- 
tives 27th General Assembly, $440, and $26 40 interest on 
amount from July 1, 1871 — special appropriation , . . . 

Eox & House, for hardware furnished 27th General Assembly, 
$23 20, and $1 39 interest on amount from July 1, 1871— special 
appropriation 

P. F. Kimble, for rent of committee rooms for 27th General As- 
sembly, $160, and $9 60 interest on amount from July 1, 1871 — 
special appropriation 

J. L. Million, for rent of committee rooms for House of Repre- 
sentatives 27th General Assembly — special appropriation 

Estate of N. Strott. deceased, for rent of committee rooms for 
Senate 27th General Assembly, $122 66, and $7 40 interest on 
amount from July 1, 1871 — special appropriation 

H. G. Fitzhugh, for carpenter work for 27th General Assembly, 
(5 bills) $294 45, and $17 66 interest on amount from July 1, 
1871 — special appropriation 



A mount carried forward . 



App. 



1867-71 



1869 
1871 



1869 

1872 



Amount. 



103 00 
60 97 
75 60 
85 20 
187 52 
122 34 
49 68 
32 52 



$997 83 
1, 402 17 



$83, 692 80 
37, 449 00 

300, 263 00 

54, 048 50 

1, 179 70 

a, 647 80 

375 00 

17, 380 64 
480 00 

8, 823 04 
128 00 

250 00 
357 00 
519 40 

143 10 
135 00 

466 40 

24 59 

169 60 
55 00 

130 06 

312 11 



$508, 929 74 



$432, 378 44 



$444,727 02 



$9! 



statement — Contiuued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward.. 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY, (27th)— Continued. 

To Merritt & Son, for printing rules of Senate 27th General Assem 
bly — special appropriation 

' " J. Taylor Smith, for post office boxes furnished 27th General As 
seinbly — special appropriation 

' ' Rufus Blancnard, for maps furnished 27th General Assembly- 
special appropriation 

" S. A. Kain. for services and mileage as witness before joint com- 
mittee 25th General Assembly on investigation of State Insti- 
tutions, in 1867 

Note. — See incidental expense account for $23, 185 24 paid for mis 
cellaneous expenses of 27th General Assembly ; also Contingent 
Fund of Governor for $5, 639 35 paid for miscellaneous expenses of 
27th General Assembly. 

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

To State Geologist, for salary and expenses 

' ' Assistants, for 7alary and expenses 

' ' Masonic Hall Stock Company, for rent 

: ' Topographer, for salary 



GEOLOGICAL REPORTS. 

To Engraving for fifth volume 

' ' State Geologist, for traveling expenses to Boston and return to 
procure bids for engraving for fifth volume 



App. 



Amount. 



$508, 929 74 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 



. lccio 



To Printing paper 

Articles furnished 

Furniture and repairs 

Examiners of printing and binding accounts 

Distribution of debates, journals, etc., of Constitutional Conven- 
tion, 1869-70 '. .' _. . . . 

Distribution of laws, journals, reports, etc 

Extra clerks, pages, porters, etc 

Room rent and janitor for same, for copjing laws, journals, etc. . . 

Scavenger 

Watchmen at State House 

Water rent 

Advertising, express charges, etc 

Wood 

Sawing and wheeling wood 

Gas burned in State House and rooms occupied by the 27th Gen- 
eral Assembly , 

Gas fixtures furnished for 27th General Assembly 

Ice furnished for 27th General Assembly 

Balance on heating apparatus in church occupied by House of 
Representatives 27th General Assembly 

Carpets, matting, oil cloth, etc., for 27th General Assembly 

Furniture, desks, chairs, etc., " " " 

Stationery furnished for 27th General Assembly 

Perfecting ventilation of Senate Chamber for 27th General As- 
sembly 

Carpenter work in House of Representatives for 27th General 
Assembly 

( Joal f urnisned for 27th General Assembly 

Miscellaneous expenses of 27th General Assembly, including 
labor, repairs, articles furnished, etc 



Amount paid from regular appropriation. 1869 $3, 293 83 

" " deficiency appropriation,.. 1871. 20,000 00 

regular " 1871... 50, 000 00 

additional " 1872... 5,998 91 

For ordinary expenses $56, 107 50 

' ' expenses 27th General Assembly 23, 185 24 

Amount carried forward 



$423 10 
152 65 



$35, 505 04 

222 73 

562 57 

1, 370 00 

1, 486 60 
698 89 

9, 099 53 
343 38 
302 50 

2, 954 25 
190 00 
226 46 

1, 195 00 
422 83 

4, 995 49 
264 20 
668 75 



2, 703 55 

3, 704 42 
2, 320 21 
6, 331 79 

351 71 

698 60 
313 85 

2, 360 39 



13 


51 


10 60 


17 


12 





1853-69 


SO, 381 40 


1872 


500 00 


1853-69 


1, 107 35 


1869 


513 33 


1853 


875 00 



J $1,042,893 56 



28 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF FEEBLE MINDED 
CHILDREN. 

To current expenses (as experimental school for Idiots) 

' ' Insurance and furniture • 



INSANE HOSPITAL— JACKSONVILLE. 



To Appropriation for current expenses 

' ' deficiency in current expenses 

current expenses 

repairs and improvements 

new beds, bedding and furniture 

new boilers, boiler and wash house, etc. 
" insurance 

patients' library 

building additional water reservoir 



INSANE HOSPITAL— NORTHERN. 

To Appropriation for building, in full of appropriation 

completing north wing and paying for land 

purchased 

' Appropriation for erection of rear building, including laundry, 

kitchen, chapel, etc 

' Appropriation for heating apparatus, engine pumps, laundry ap- 
paratus, etc 

' Appropriation for reservoir, sewers and airducts 

fencing, grading, trees, farming stock, etc .... 

furniture, bedding, etc 

current expenses 

erecting central building according to plans 
and specifications, etc 



INSANE HOSPITAL— SOUTHERN. 

To Appropriation for locating and erecting 

" ,: building (north wing) 

" R. H. Sturgess, for expenses as commissioner 

' ' John Wood, " " 

" E. J. Palmer, " " 

" R. H. Sturgess, for per diem as commissioner 

" John "Wood, " " 

" E. J. Palmer " " 

' ' Appropriotion for completing building in accordance with 
plans, etc 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND. 
To current expenses 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND 
DUMB. 

To interest on College and Seminary fund, January 1st, 1871 

' ' Appropriation for current expenses 



Note. — Current expense appropriation for 1871 includes interest on 
College and Seminary fund, January 1st, 1872. 

To Appropriation for repairs and improvements 

" " insurance 

" pupil's library 

" " relaying floors 

' ' Sundry persons for labor and material in re-erection of south wing. 



Amount carried forward I |l,958,719 44 



App. 



1869 
1871 



1869 
1871 



1872 



1369 
1871 



1871-72 
1872 



1869 
1871 



1869 
1871 



1867 
1869 
1871 



Amount. 



$5, 000 00 

40,250 00 

875 00 



$22, 500 00 

22,000 03 

200, 000 00 

5, 000 00 

10, 000 00 

20,000 00 

3, 000 00 

250 00 

5, 000 00 



$15, 000 00 
33, 585 26 
43, 500 00 

26, 800 00 

7, 500 00 

8, 000 00 

9, 000 00 
33, 750 00 

27, 332 24 



$73, 000 00 

63, 794 68 

539 50 

362 40 

303 42 

1, 410 00 

1, 410 00 

1, 410 00 

19, 936 62 



$6, 250 00 
30 000 00 



$2, 913 51 

14, 062 50 

101, 937 50 



2, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 200 00 

44, 953 22 



Total. 



$1,042,893 56 



287, 750 03 



214, 467 50 



36,250 00 



169, 066 73 



24 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS 



App. 



Amount brought forward. 



ILLINOIS CHARITABLE EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY. 



To Appropriation for support of Infirmary 

' ' " renting and furnishing building. 



ILLINOIS SOLDIERS' COLLEGE. 
To Appropriation for support and tuition of pupils 

ILLINOIS INDUSTRIAL UNIVERSITY. 



To Appropriation for erection of main building: 

" " mechanical and military building 

" chemical and mining apparatus 

" horticultural department 

agricultural department 

apparatus and books 



1871 

1872 



1869 



1871 



ILLINOIS STATE PENITENTIARY. 

For payment of principal and interest of indebtedness contracted 

on or before August 8th, 1870 : 
To Kate Conkling, adin'x., for amount of principal and interest due 
July 1, 1872 

Rosenheim & Co., for am't of principal and interest due July 1, '72. 

Hall, Kimbark & Co., " " " " 

J. W. Newell, 

Harwood Bros., " " " " 

Sanger & Steel " " " " 

File Works, 

E. E. Eaton, " 

Chapin & Foss, " " " " 

Union Hide and Leather Co., for amount of principal and interest 
due July 1, 1872 

James Boland, for amount of principal and interest due July 1, '72 

E. Porter, " 

Maxwell, Wheeler & Co., " " " " 
P. H. Hutchins 

Joliet Gas Light Co., " " " " 

King & Truby, " " ' ' " 

Kirk, Coleman & Co., ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 

F. Edgworth, " " " " 
Allen & Mackey, " " " " 
C. Addleman, " " ' ' ' ' 
Edwin Hunt & Sons, " " " 
Wood, Lawrence & Co., " " " " 
Gilbert, Hubbard & Co. " " " " 
Calkius & Bro., " " 

C. T. Reynolds, " 

Grannis & Fanell, " " ' ' " 

Durand, Powers & Reed, " " " " 

Thomas Daig, ■ " " 

Henderson Houck, " " 

A. W. Heise, " " " " 

Page, Bro. & Co., " ' ' ' ' ~ ' ' 

Burley & Tyrrell, " " " '' 
Field, Benedict & Co. 

Huntington & Theilka, ' ' ' ' 

Mrs. R. W. Cossett, " 

Dan. Boyle, ' ' " ' ' " 

McKee, Fishback & Co., " " " ' 

Smith &. Alexander, ' ' 

Bowen, Hunt & Winslow, " " 

G. D. Colton & Co., 

Grey, Clark & Co., " " .' 

Osborn & Adams, ' ' 
T. M. Avery, 

Edsall & Peck, " " " 

Hablo & Bro., ' ' 

Turner, Bristol & Ray, " " " ' 

D. & W. K. Lacy, 
Henry N. Holden, ' ' 
Milford &. Decker, ' ' 



Amount carried forward. 



Amount. 



|10, 000 00 
4, 000 00 



$75, 000 00 

25, 000 00 

4, 500 00 

3, 500 00 

4, 500 00 
10,000 00 



$1, 428 15 

53 44 

17, 999 52 

73 08 

159 95 

1,219 40 

220 78 

10 40 

1,941 52 



5, 339 18 

1, 098 54 

46 74 

83 76 

304 22 

549 63 

177 10 

12, 206 55 

10 75 
350 41 
722 53 
253 70 

2, 096 72 
2, 464 10 

364 93 

2, 301 61 

2,478 50 

7,728 19 

780 03 

431 33 

26 87 

1, 777 69 

229 57 

333 15 

343 41 

11, 660 72 

600 49 

45 69 

4, 522 86 

1, 416 66 
132 91 

13, 387 41 
6, 915 39 

712 76 

2, 861 38 
161 71 
805 90 
649 85 
829 71 
165 68 



$1,958,719 44 



$110,534 57 $2,104,992 06 



25 



JSta tement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


A pp. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Amount brought forward 




1110,534 57 


$2,104,992 06 


ILLINOIS STATE PENITENTIARY— Continued. 




To T. H. Lafortfline, for am't of principal and interest due July 1, 1872. 


18 


12. 


193 93 






• Sunderland & Burcliy, ' 


' ' ' <ii 








460 14 






' 0. C. Ashton, ' 


i ii wi 








7,831 71 


. 




' Worthington & Power. ' 


i ii iii 








2, 253 64 






' H. Obernian, ' 


' ' ■ iii 








172 77 






1 A. M. Howe, ' 


i ii iii 








109 50 






' A. B. Merker, ' 


i ii ii i 








2, 057 04 






' Geo. A. Blakesler, ' 


i " ii i 








2, 473 57 






' T. L. Bradley & Co., ' 


i ii hi 








72 76 






1 Becker & Hippie, ' 


i ii iii 








411 96 






' Page & Sprague, ' 


< ii iii 








4, 008 74 






' Walworth, Twohig & Eurse, ' 


i i » iii 








636 38 






' Hatch, Holbrook & Co., ' 


i ii iii 








283 39 






' Chicago Varnish Co., ' 


i n hi 








1, 428 76 






1 Eerman Mack, ' 


i ii iii 








i, 781 95 






' James Wright, ' 


i ii iii 








140 41 






' Michael Pryor, ' 


' " hi 








113 75 






' Isaac Nobey, ' 


l ii i ; < 


1 






1, 427 41 






' C. Wakefield, 


l ii iii 








600 27 






' I. G. Sharp, 


' ' ' hi 








1,178 10 






' Lewis, Oliver &-. Phillips, ' 


. ii hi 








4,567 60 






' A. P. MeiTiman, ' 


i ii iii 








860 00 






' Joliet Mound Co., ' 


< ii hi 








157 80 






' A. B. Sharp, 


' " HI 








141 39 






' same ' 


1 11 111 








867 92 






' DeGolyer fe Bro., ' 


1 11 III 








232 87 






' Champlin S. Rogene, ' 


1 11 11, 








226 06 






' Rogers & Co., ' 


I 11 III 








1, 442 37 






' Hussey, Wells & Co., 


1 11 111 








1,661 91 






' R. S. Hastings, 


I 11 III 








1, 617 68 






1 Webster & Lauson, ' 


1 11 III 








7 89 






1 Samuel Bo vies, ' 


' " lit 








718 84 






' E. D. Gorham, 


I 11 1.1 I 








649 27 






' C. H. Eosentiel&Co., ' 


I 11 III 








7, 363 37 






' Goodspeed & McGooney, ' 


1 11 III 








429 76 






' Emery Oil-Stoue Company, ' 


' " '11 








224 09 






' Alston, Devoe & Co., ' 


I 11 III 








804 76 






' Union Stone Company, ' 


< 11 111 








43 16 






' P. Heppenheimer & Co., ' 
' 0. S. Chamberliu, ' 


I kl 11 I 








48 71 
8 38 






' I. H. Felter, 


1 11 III 








110 14 






' Samuel Manhinney, ' 


I 11 111 








307 43 






' W. T. Clark & Co.', 


1 11 111 








1,316 42 






' H. G. Clark, 


I 11 III 








392 36 






' Dan. Lovejoy, ' 


1 11 111 








15 32 






' J. L. King, * ' 


1 ' t III 








481 54 






' Bohn & Smith, ' 


1 11 111 








4, 176 93 






' Singer Manufacturing Co., ' 


1 11 111 








51 60 






' P.H.Dodge, 


I 11 111 








816 95 






' Lucien Warner, ' 


1 11 111 








975 53 






' P. G. Hale, 


1 1 1 III 








213 ol 






' Samuel Tinley, ' 


1 11 III 








113 76 






' S. W. McBride & Co., ' 


1 11 111 








19 05 






' Lee Libby, ' 


1 ll III 








170 53 






' John Greig, ' 


1 1 1 III 








115 03 






' James D. Erazier, ' 


1 1 1 111 








6 65 






' C. L. Rue & Co., ' 


1 1 1 111 








305 32 




Total amount paid from appropriation for deficiency 


" 


$169,832 65 




" John M. Palmer, for amount expended from funds received 








from U. S. for war indemnity, as per act approved Jan. 22, 1872. 


' ' 


39, 000 00 


208,832 65 


SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOME. 






For payments of principal and interest of indebtedness incurred 








prior to March 1st, 1871, paid to the following named original claim- 








ants, or their assignees : 








To Aldrich Bros.,for amt. of principal and interest due July 1, 1872. 


1871-72 


|12 71 




' ' James 0. Bailey, " " " " 




57 12 






Amount carried forward 


$69 83 


$2,313,824 71 













L~ 4 



26 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 



SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOME.— Continued. 

To Thos. Bates, for amount of principal and interest due July 1, 1872. 

" B. R. Baughen, " " " ■> 

' ' A. Bermann, " " « < " 

' ' Blackburn & Brown, " " " " 

' ' Blake, Houston & Co., " " " " 

' ' Bloomiugton Coal Mining Co., " " " " 

' ' Bloomington Manuf 'g Co., " " " " 

' ' George Bruner, " " " " 

' ' Charles Caurey, " " " " 

' ' Henry Caurey, " " " " 

' ' John Caurey,' " " " < • 

' ' Champion Bros., " " " " 

' ' Chicago Times, " " ' < " 

' ' W. O.'Clark, 
' ' Clark & Mitchell, 
' ' W. P. Crawford, 

' ' John R. Cropper, " " " " 

" E. K. Crother, " " " ■ ■ 

" J. H. Cullen, 

11 0. S. Cummings, " ■ ' ' 

' ' John Cunningham, " ' ' 

' ' C. R. Curtis, ' ' • " 
" H. M. Curtis, 
' ' A. T. Daniels, 

' ' Davidson & Pisher, " " 

" Dewenter & Kreitzer, " " 
' ' H. Dilger, 

' ' Doane, Wing & Co., " " 

' ' Frank Doran, " " 
' ' M. Doyle, 
" ' C. Ducy, Sr., 

' ' Daniel Ducy, " " 
" G. W. Edwards, 

' ' Elder & Honer, " " 

' ' Louis Eugler, " " 

" R. P. Evans, " 

' ' Excelsior Gas Co., " • ' 

' ' L. Pene, " " 

' ' Nancy Fisher, " " 
" S. D. Fisher, 

' ' Fitzwilliam & Son, " " 

' ' A. Fleishman, " " 

' ' J. W. Fugate, " " 

11 J. R. Gaston, ' ' " 

" J. P. Geiser, " " 

" V. D. Gibson, " " 
" G. M. Gray, 

' ' George Hanes, ' ' " 
' ' G. W. Hardacre. 
' ' Mrs. R. A. Hardin, 

' ' Harwood Bros., " " 

' ' Harwood & McCurdy, " " 

' ' Hayes & Evans, " " 

' ' H. Havenwinkle, " " 

' ' HeaftT & McGregor, " " 

" N. & M. Heldman, " " 

' ' Adam Henthjm, " " 
" H. E. Hobart, 

' ' Hogg & Taylor, " " 
" Hoklcr Bros., 
" Homer, Milncr & Co., 
' ' S. Hukill, 

" J. H. Humphrey, " " 

' ' Miss M. Huttoii, " " 
" E. C. Hyde, 

' ' Mrs. G. \V. Jenkins, " 

' Jones & Burke, " " 

' Henry Katz. " " 

' ' Kirkeudall, Pierpont & Co., " " 



App. 



1871-72 



" I 



Amount carried forivard. 



Amount. 



|69 83 



44 00 

40 01 
1, 712 83 
1, 652 87 

08 18 

1, 830 25 

144 41 

588 90 

20 97 

41 00 
34 26 

111" 60 

110 92 
200 98 
129 05 
114 28 
305 52 

1,327 62 
265 18 

63 05 
5 65 

30 58 

61 00 
1, 006 88 
187 24 
303 21 
397 85 
162 00 
601 17 
431 69 

57 70 
221 77 
126 56 

111 77 
120 36 
384 17 

207 36 

42 26 
49 82 
32 97 

475 17 

3, 989 97 

142 80 

29 97 

152 47 

110 55 

84 72 

20 12 

342 00 

5 13 

492 24 

215 63 

2 23 

423 44 

208 47 
460 77 
255 00 
154 09 
388 58 

3, 952 35 
2, 043 20 
224 46 
26 17 
37 91 
16 80 
22 26 
49 57 
47 20 
3, 147 57 



Total. 



$2,313,824 71 



0, 968_56|f2,313,824 71 



27. 
Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 



SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOME— Continued. 

To Mrs. Mary Kish, amount principal and interest due July 1, 1872. 

" E. F. Knight, 

' - A. Livingston, ' ' 

' ' S. Livingston & Co., ' ' 

' ' Mrs. P. D. Locke, ' ' 

' ' John McCart, ' ' 

' ' J. B. McClun, ' ' 

' ' McClun, Holder & Co., 

' ' McDowell & Leake, ' ' 

' ' George Mcintosh, ' ' 

' ' McLean County Coal Co., ' ' 

' ' Louis Materne, ' ' 

' ' Maxwell & Co., ' ' 

" J. H. Merrick, ' ' 

' ' W. W. Miller, 

' ' Milmine & Nichols, ' ' 

' ' Miner & Hewitt, ' ' 

" M. L. Moore, ' ' 

' ' L. Morse, ' ' 

' ' Norris &. Howard, ' ' 

' ' Otis & Squires, ' ' 

' ' Pantagraph Co., ' ' 

' ' H. Parker, 

" J. W. Peck, 

' ' W. A. Pennell, 

' ' Pennington & Coultas, ' ' 

' ' Penigo & Coblenz, ' ' 

I ' T. P.'Phillipps, ' ' 

4 ' Phoenix & Son, ' ' 

" Geo. W. Post, 

' ' Reed & Barger, ' ' 

" S. S. Richardson, ' ' 

' ' Richardson &, Wilcox, ' ' 

| H. W. Rokker, " . 

" E. H. Rogers, ' ' 

" J. L. Ross, ' ' 

' ' Jno. O'Rourke, ' ' 

" I. N. Russell, ' ' 

' ' C. A. Schultz, 

" H. L. Shaum, ' ' 

" A. G. Sherman, . ' ' 

" D. S. Shellabarger, ' ' 

I S. M. Shurtleff, 

' ' Shurtleff & Foreman. ' ' 

' ' Thomas Silvester, ' ' 

" M. G. Simons, ' ' 

" A. C. Sprague, ' ' 

' ' Knox &. Taylor, ' ' 

" J. B. Thatcher, ' ' 

' ' W. J. Thompson, ' ' 

' ' . Thompson & Lewis, ' ' 

1 ' Thomas J. Tipton, ' ' 

' ' Tryner Bros., ' ' 

I ' Jno. Underwood, ' ' 

" J. E. Upham, ' ' 

" U. S. W. & E. Pump Co., 

' ' Vandenburg & Boswell, ' ' 

" W. H. Van Doren, 

' • Wm. Van Schoick, ' ' 

' ' O. Vaughn, ' ' 

' ' Jacob Wahl, ' ' 

" S. A. E. Walton, 

' ' Ward & Myers, ' ' 

' ' Watson, Waddle & Co., 

' ' Weber & Son, 

' ' W. Union Telegraph Co.. ' ' 

" J. W. Whipp, 

' ' Whitmer & Mitchell, ' ' 

' Jesse A. Willson, ' ' 

Total am't. paid on debts incurred priortoMar. 1, 1871. .$65,026 



Aifvunt carried forward. 



App. 



1871-72 



Amount. 


$30, 968 56 


2 43 


16 63 


996 88 


282 71 


119 77 


210 90 


632 86 


10, 866 66 


155 45 


1, 294 50 


515 07 


164 08 


882 55 


313 78 


12 74 


30 12 


21 67 


192 59 


38 96 


134 81 


34.06 


97 62 


364 83 


1,187 19 


108 00 


894 39 


320 79 


1, 257 78 


35 12 


64 38 


284 18 


30 79 


397 92 


88 56 


9 22 


42 49 


387 26 


8 32 


527 82 


39 91 


5 40 


223 27 


68 97 


6 72 


6 42 


252 01 


8 91 


161 55 


119 40 


72 58 


79 83 


57 00 


5, 372 54 


1, 218 30 



Total. 



790 29 

391 00 

585 40 

19 89 

67 13 

32 73 

40 12 

11 07 

80 15 

841 59 

27 90 

19 33 

61. 75 

25 40 

345 00 



!,313,824 71 



65,026 00 I $2,313,824 71 



28 
Statem ent — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



SOLDIERS' ORPHANS' HOME— Continued. 



To Appropriation for current expenses 

" ' ' repairs 

' ' ' ' insurance 

" " erection of school building and dormitories 

" " heating apparatus, etc., complete 

" " building kitchen, laundry, bakery and boiler 

house 

" " library 



JUDGMENTS, CLERKS' AND SHERIFFS' FEES. 
To costs and expenses in State suits, etc 



MONEY REFUNDED. 

To Taxes refunded, paid in error 

' ' ( Collectors, for over-payments on accounts 

' ' transfer to Canal Redemption Fund of amount in Treasury Nov. 
6, 1871, received from revenue of Illinois and Michigan Canal, 
and of Canal Trustees on termination of trust 



MILITARY STATE AGENT. 
To compensation for services and expenses, to May 10, 1871, in full. 

NORMAL UNIVERSITY— BLOOMLNGTON. 

To Interest dividend on college and seminary fund 

' ' Appropriation to supply deficiencies in teachers' salaries, etc., 

for 1871 

" Appropriation to Natural History Society for improving museum 

and salary of curator -. 

' ' Appropriation to Natural History Society, for improving museum 

and salary of curator 

" Appropriation for salaries, in addition to interest on college and 

seminary fund 

' ' Appropriation for library of books of reference 

11 ' ' ordinary repairs 

11 ' ' care of grounds , 

" expenses of members of the Board of Educa- 

t ion 

' ' Appropriation for fuel 

" " janitor's supplies 

' ' ' ' chemicals and apparatus 

' ' twenty-three twenty -fourths of interest on col 

lege and seminary fund 

' ' Appropriation for erecting fence around University grounds 



NORMAL UNIVERSITY— SOUTHERN. 

To El v Boyer, per diem and expenses as Trustee 

" D.'Hurd <• .. ,, 

' ' T. W . Harris " " " 

" E. J. Palmer " " " 

' ' Samuel E. Flannigan. per diem and expenses as Trustee 

' ' H. H. Sturgess, per diem as Commissioner 

" John Wood, " '! 

' ' E. J. Palmer " " 

' ' R. U. Sturgess, expenses " 

"John "Wood, " " , 

"E.J. Palmer " " 

' ' Telegrams, blanks, etc 

' ' Appraisers for services and expenses in settlement with estate of 
J. M. Campbell, deceased, for building 

11 Estate of J. M. Campbell, deceased, for railroad track, dams, sew- 
ers, etc., on grounds 

' ' Estate of J. M. Campbell, deceased, for balance due on contract 
for building 



Amount carried forward. 



App. 



1871 



1853-71 
1853-72 



1867 
1869 
1967 
1871 



Amount. 



$65, 026 00 



93, 359 87 

2, 000 00 

500 00 

15,000 00 

12, 000 00 

6, 000 00 
389 54 



$698 33 
38, 767 01 



122, 545 79 



12, 445 99 

9, 000 00 

833 33 

3, 750 00 

9, 000 00 
1, 125 00 

1, 500 00 
375 00 

750 00 

1, 125 00 

150 00 

2, 250 00 

12, 4 15 00 

1, 200 00 



$860 00 

769 55 

1, 010 60 

1,366 30 

968 00 

1, 452 00 

1, 452 00 

1, 452 00 

517 50 

432 35 

305 98 

25 89 

1, 337 00 

1, 250 00 

19,245 46 



2, 444 63 [$2,729,801 93 



29 

Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS, 



Amount broxight forward . 



NORMAL UNIVERSITY— SOUTHERN"— Continued. 

To Architects for altering plans and specifications to reduce cost of 
building 

' ' E. Jungenfeld for commissions as architect, on expenditures 

" J. H. Holmes for ventilators, etc., furnished on contract 

' ' Wickwire & Boyle for labor and material in building, on contract 

OFFICE OE THE GOVERNOR. 

To Stationery 

' ' Postage 

' ' Telegrams 

' ' Express charges 

' ' Articles furnished 

' ' Repairs 

' ' Furniture 

' ' Carpets 

' ' Subscription to papers 

' ' Messenger in office ' 

Amount paid under appropriation 1869 $1, 926 90 

" " 1871 1,893 15 



OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

To Stationery 

' ' Postage 

' ' Telegrams 

' ' Express charges 

' ' Articles furnished 

' ' Repairs 

' ' Furniture 

' ' Carpets 

' ' Subscription to papers 

' ' Examiners of printing and binding accounts 

' ' Refitting office 

' ' Advertising 

Amount paid under appropriation 1869 $599 98 

1871 2,500 00 

1872 578 20 



App. 



OFFICE OF AUDITOR PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



To Stationery . 

'■ Postage '. 

' Telegrams 

' Express charges - 

' Articles furnished 

' Labor, repairs, etc 

' Furniture 

' Carpets and oil cloths, 

' Subscription to papers 

' Messenger in office 

' Advertising sale of escheated property 

' Stoves, zinc, pipe, etc 

' Fitting up old Supreme Court rooms for Auditor's office, inclu- 
ding new floors, counters and cases, painting, gas fixtures, etc. 

Amount paid under appropriation 1869 $623 90 

1871 4,197 23 



OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENERAL. 



To Clerk hire 

' ' Messenger 

' ' Ordnance officer. 



Amount carried forward . 



Amount. 



$32, 444 63 



1, 140 90 

1, 445 07 

681 32 

49, 073 36 



-71 


$1, 735 30 


' 


327 72 


' 


298 75 


' 


7 35 


' 


145 90 




296 45 


' 


130 00 


' 


172 58 


' 


69 00 




637 00 



$447 00 

997 18 

62 69 

188 33 

321 57 

261 87 

100 32 

91 00 

22 00 

530 00 

548 22 

108 00 



)-71 


$942 30 




620 03 




24 30 




33 60 




240 40 




399 80 




172 80 




100 20 




72 50 




200 00 




11 50 




132 67 


' 


1, 871 03 



$333 33 
166 68 
533 32 



Total. 



$2,729,801 93 



84, 785 2S 



4,821 13 



$2,826,906 57 



30 

Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 

OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENERAL— Continued. 



To Ordnance officer 

" Incidental office expenses, including postage, stationery, etc. 

' ' Shrubbery for arsenal grounds 

' ' Traveling expenses to Washington and return 

' ' Labor cleaning arms, etc 



PUBLIC PRINTING. 

To E. L. Baker, contractor, for balance due on final settlement for 

legislative, executive and convention printing 

' ' John'P. Baker, contractor, for Legislative and Executive printing. 

" " " printing election registry blanks 



PUBLIC BINDING. 

To M. A. and E. Paine, contractors, for public binding 
' ' H. "W*. Rokker, contractor, for public binding 



PUBLISHING NOTICES. 

To Advertising for proposals for printing paper. . 

irinting 
oin ding.. 



public printing 
hi: 



PORTERS AND WATCHMAN IN STATE HOUSE. 

To Porters in State House 

' ' Night Watchman in State House 



REPAIRS TO STATE HOUSE. 

To Laying hearths and repairing floors in basement. 
' ' Repairing and plumbing in water closets 

' Gates for basement rooms. 

' Removing rubbish from State House grounds . . . 

' Labor and material, repairing water closets 

' Repairing roof and force pump 

' New lanterns for State House fence 



REPORTS OF SUPREME COURT. 



To 570 copies of the 51st volume 

"568 " 52d " 

"571 " 53d " 

"572 " 54th and 55th volumes. 



REVISION OF STATUTES. 

To M. Schaeffer for personal expenses while engaged in revision of 
Statutes 



App. 



1867 
1871 



1867 

1871 



1869 
1871 



1869 



H. B. Hurd for personal expen's while engaged in revision Statutes. 

Services of copyist for Commissioners 

Books furnished " 

Wm. E. Nelson for services as commissioner 

M. Schaeffer " " 

in full to April 1, 1872 

H. B. Hurd " " in 'full to "April i,"l872 



Amount carried fonvard. 



1865 



1869 



1872 
1871 

1872 



Amount. 



1, 033 33 



1 


066 68 


1 


288 51 




129 20 




95 00 




159 10 



$2, 449 20 

33,705 00 

8, 100 00 

6, 500 00 



$3, 000 00 
12, 600 00 
9, 252 59 



$40 50 

1, 203 28 

33 35 



$5, 194 75 
3, 437 50 
1, 374 00 



$65 75 
26 85 
16 00 
14 25 
54 25 
26 30 
26 70 
56 00 



$3, 420 00 
3, 408 00 
3, 426 00 
6, 864 00 



$503 20 

643 34 

142 00 

66 70 

2, 000 00 

2, 000 00 

2, 500 00 

2, 000 00 

2, 500 00 



!,947,327 90 



31 



Statement — Continued. 



ACC OUNTS. 



App. 



Amount brought forward 

RAILROAD AND WAREHOUSE COMMISSIONERS. 



To G. Koerner, for salary as Commissioner 

" R. P. Morgan, Jr., " 

" D. S. Hammond " 

' ' J. H. Raymond ' ' Secretary of Board 

' ' Incidental office expenses, including rent, furniture, postage, sta- 
tionery, etc 



STATE BOARD OP EQUALIZATION. 



To Pay of members, officers and employes, session 1871 

' ' Postage and stationery, session 1871 

' ' Pay of members, officers and employees, special session June, 1872 

' ' Postage and stationery, special session June, 1872 - - - 

4 ' Pay of members, officers and employees, session 1872 

' ' Postage and stationery, session 1872 



STATE LIBRARY. 



To new books purchased 

' ' Subscription to newspapers . 
' ' Repairing old books 



SUPREME COURT— SOUTHERN DIVISION. 



To Law books purchased for Library. 
' Clerk's salary as Librarian 



Clerk hire allowed Clerk 

Sheriff, for attendance on court 

Postage, express charges, etc 

Repairs, stationery, furniture, etc. 



Amount. 



Appropriation for repairing and enlarging court house, etc. 
SUPREME COURT— CENTRAL DIVISION. 



To Law books purchased for Library. 
' ' Clerk's salary as Librarian 



' ' Clerk hire allowed Clerk 

' ' Sheriff, for attendance on court. 

' ' Repairs, furniture, ete 

' ' Stationery 

" Postage and express charges. .. 

' ' Articles furnished 

' ' Janitor 



' ' Postage and express charges 

' ' Repairs and articles furnished 

' ' Stationery 

' ' Gae and fuel 

' ' Appropriation for leasing and fitting up rooms for court. 

SUPREME COURT— NORTHERN DIVISION. 



To Law books purchased for Library. 
' ' Clerk's salary as Librarian 



' ' Sheriff, for attendance on court. . 

' ' Repairs 

' ' Furniture, fuel, gas, etc 

' ' Stationery and postage 

' ' Labor and articles furnished 

' ' Staionery 

' ' Postage 

' ' Wood, coal, express charges, etc. 
' ' Gas. 



1857 

1871 
18C9 
1865 
1849 

1871 

1872 



1857 

1871 
1869 
1865 
1849 



Articles furnished. 

Janitor 

Appropriation for repairing and enlarging court house. 



Amount carried forward. 



1871 
1865 
1849 



1871 



f 4, 089 62 
4, 089 62 
4, 089 62 
1, 978 45 

1, 501 36 



%1, 630 10 
948 00 

1,357 90 
201 00 

7, 852 90 
310 20 



$363 25 
133 21 
15 00 



$1, 646 11 
166 66 
350 00 
643 48 
128 00 
242 50 
2, 385 64 
890 28 

12. 593 70 



£1,235 86 

166 66 

350 00 

1,286 95 

228 00 

1, 626 00 

1, 107 30 

406 l£ 

64 55 

228 00 

176 00 

315 65 

40 80 

72 75 

204 84 

3, 197 41 



$2, 321 27 

266 66 

350 90 

468 00 

883 72 

1, 629 35 

2, 258 74 

565 01 

1, 427 15 

388 75 

713 67 

410 00 

102 12 

457 00 

16, 506 12 



Total. 



i, 947, 327 90 



15, 748 67 



18, 300 10 



19 046 37 



10, 706 92 



3, 747 56 



$3 r 040,388 98 



32 
Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



STATE REFORM: SCHOOL— PONTIAC. 

To appropriation for building and providing for economical working 
of State Reform School 

Appropriation for land for site of State Reform School 

' ' furnishing the building for the reception of in- 
mates - 

Bloomington Manufacturing Company, for material furnished and 
labor performed in the erection of main building 

J. H. Bryant, for material furnished and labor performed in the 
erection of building No. 2 

Henry Hill, for grading 

"Win. J. Murphy, for lightning rods 

Kinsey <fc Mahler, for labor and material on account of heating 
apparatus, plumbing and gas fitting 

"V". Jobst, for his services as Architect and Superintendent 

Heafer & McGregor, for brick, lime, etc 

G Messersmith, for mason work done on buildings 

"W. Reynolds, Trustee, for traveling expenses to July 1, 1871 

M. E. Collins. Trustee, for traveling expenses to July 1, 1871 

Heafer & McGregor, for material and labor on air ducts 

S. W. Moulton, Trustee, for traveling expenses to July 1, 1871. . . 

L. A. Parks, for traveling expenses to July 1, 1871 

Strevell & Murphy, for hardware furnished 

D. M. Brown, services as carpenter. 2 months 

Pontiac Coal Company, for coal 

Frantz & Company, for coal 

"W. E. Toner, for 22 loads sand 

Joseph Crow, for teaming 

A. E. Fisher, for lumber, lime, etc., furnished 

Caldwell &. McGregor, for glass, lead, oil, etc 

D. M, Bitinan, for sand 

Chicago Tribune Company, for advertising 

Stearns & Co., for lime, etc., furnished 

Illinois Penitentiary, for stone steps 

"W. S. Lacey, for articles furnished 

A. Kensil, 

H. H. Lucas, for carpenter work, 3 months 

Chicago and Alton Railroad, for freight and telegraphing 

John Early, Trustee, traveling expenses to July 1, 1871 

Roberts &.' Neill, for furnishing and cultivating hedge 

B. M. Whittington, for use of tarpaulins at State Reform School.. 
J. F. Culver & Bro., for insurance 

E. R. Maples, 

J. "W. Woodson, Ag't, " 

G. Yates, for rent of office 

Bloomington Manufacturing Company, for lumber and doors 

E. Schraider, for 57 days' labor 

Plumb & Babboru, for painting and graining 

Appropriation for current expenses 

" " fence and out buildings 

11 " farm, stock, tools, etc 

Roberts &. Neal, principal $108, interest §11 20 

Kiusey & Mahler, ' ' §5, 023 01, interest $609 45 

Valentine Jobst, ' ' §800 71, interest §76 25 

John H. Bryant, ' ' $4, 080 89, interest §492 75 

Heafer & McGregor, ' ' §4, 785 50, interest §577 80 

W. H. Lucas. ' ' §153 70, interest §12 65 

Gardner Coal Co, ' ' §383 35, interest §26 80 

Joseph Crow, ' ' §91 00, interest §5 50 

Bloomington Manufacturing Company, principal §5, 037 72, inter- 
est §608 25 

A. F. Fisher, principal §257 21, interest §17 75 

A. Kinsley. ' ' §157 12, interest §14 45 

"Wm. J. Murphy, ' ' §185 10, interest §26 50 

A. Welder, ' ' §429 50, interest §40 85 

George Messersmith, principal and interest 

Adolph Schrader, ' ' §109 50, interest §9 30 



App. 



Amount. 



1867 
1871 



§500 00 
5, 000 00 

10, 000 00 

8, 268 09 

8,110 04 
600 00 
22C 05 

7, 302 57 
978 63 
142 60 
435 29 
220 00 

60 00 
518 10 
125 00 

65 50 

94 16 
152 50 

22 97 

60 09 
33 00 
80 50 

392 17 

53 83 

43 00 

97 00 

31 75 

55 00 

18 99 

207 59 

225 00 

700 87 

103 35 

132 00 

27 70 

200 00 

200 00 

100 00 

7 20 

61 85 
85 50 
64 00 

30, 000 00 
5, 000 00 
5, 000 00 

119 20 
5, 632 4y 

876 96 

4, 573 64 

5, 363 30 
166 35 
410 15 

96 50 

5, 645 97 
274 96 
171 57 
211 60 
470 35 
356 16 
118 80 



Amount carried forward. 



33 

Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



STATE HOUSE— NEW. 

To per diem of Commissioners and Secretary 

Stationery, furniture and other office expenses 

Porter in Commissioners' office 

Kent of " " 

Advertising and printing 

Commissions of Architects and Superintendents on expenditures. 

Services of Assistant Superintendent 

' ' Superintendent of brick masonry 

' ' Employees measuring and receiving stone, brick, lum- 
ber, etc., and night watchman 

Caleb M. Brown, for red cedar lumber furnished, on contract 

John W. Smith, for lumber furnished, on contract 

J. H. Miller and Perry Eairchild & Son, for brick furnished, on 
contract 

Hall, Kirn bark & Co., for iron beams, etc., furnished, on contract.. 

A. S. Bouton & Co., " ' ' " ' ' ' ' 

American Corrugated Iron Co., for iron work " " 

Illinois Penitentiary, for stone furnished and dressing stone, on 
contract 

W. D. Richardson, for stone furnished and dressing stone, on 
contract 

Brown & Schneider, for granite work for rotunda, on contract. 

David Johuson, for labor and material on north, south and east 
openings, on contract 

Barnard & Go wen, for labor and material in building, on contract. 

W. D. Richardson, " " " " " " . 

Modelers of carved stone work, etc 

T. W. and W. R K. Co., for circular railroad track around grounds 

H. Kroeschell, for cleaning walls of basement story, on contract. . 

Berriman & Rippon, for castings furnished, plates for beam rests, 
etc 

J. C. Lamb, for castings furnished, plates for beam rests, etc 

Brad well & Beveridge, for legal services 

Stone pipe, lever scales, and articles furnished 

Freight on iron girders, lumber, -etc 

A. Bauer, A Carter and W. C. Ueakman, for services as architects, 
examining plans, specifications, etc., for joint committee 26th 
General Assembly, on public buildings 1872 

Amount paid under appropriation 1869 $306, 935 57 

1871 486,706 24 



SALARIES— STATE OPEICERS. 
To Governor, for salary 



clerk hire. 



To Lieutenant-Governor, for salary. 
To Secretary of State, for salary. 



as Librarian. 
' ' clerk hire 



To Auditor of Public Accounts, for salary 

' ' clerk hire 



To State Treasurer, for salary 

" " " clerk hire- 



To Attorney-General, for salary 

" " , " office rent and expenses . 



Amount carried forward. 



App. 



1869 
1872 
1869 
1871 



1869-72 



1869 
1871 



1869-72 
1869 
1871 



1869 
1871 



1869-72 
1869 
1871 



Amount. 



$9,991 00 

972 40 

625 00 

1, 200 00 

848 70 

18, 364 39 

6, 666 64 

1, 400 00 

6, 463 47 
1, 235 30 
9, 221 56 

57, 605 28 
34, 406 91 
65, 943 61 
10, 492 47 

318,691 44 

12, 743 23 
55, 000 00 

13,821 10 
65, 015 10 
74, 702 03 
6, 230 25 
1,716 60 
1, 700 00 

498 43 

387 09 

200 00 

1, 988 70 

6, 511 11 



9, 000 00 



$2,500 00 
2, 000 00 
2, 078 80 
2,921 20 



$1, 800 00 
1, 125 00 
2, 083 33 
7, 366 67 



$2, 000 00 
2, 577 01 
7, 423 00 



$1, 400 00 
2, 078 80 
1, 837 86 



$6, 850 00 
522 20 
558 30 



Total. 



5,150,678 87 



793,641 81 



9, 500 00 
2, 478 28 



12, 375 00 



12, 000 01 



5, 316 66 



7, 930 50 
:, 993, 921 13 



34 
Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 

J SALARIES— STATE OFFICERS.— Continued. 
To Adjutant-General, for salary 



To State Entomologist, for salary. 



SALARIES-JUDICIARY. 

To Judge Supreme Court, First District, for salary, under Constitu- 
tion 

' ' Judge Supreme Court, First District, for salary 



To Judge Supreme Court, Second District, for salary, under Consti- 
tution 

' ' Judge Supreme Court, Second District, for salary 



To Judge Supreme Court, Third District, for salary, under Constitu- 
tion 

' ' Judge Supreme Court, Third District, for salary 



To Judge Supreme Court, Fourth District, for salary, tinder Consti- 
tution 

' ' Judge Supreme Court, Fourth District, for salary 



To Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, for salary, under Constitu- 
tion 

' ' Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, for salary 



To Judge Supreme Court, Sixth District, for salary, under Constitu- 
tion 

' ' Judge Supreme Court, Sixth District, for salary 



To Judge Supreme Court, Seventh District, for salary, under Con- 
stitution 

' ' Judge Supreme Court, Seventh District, for salary 



To Judge First Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. . 
' ' Second Circuit, for salary under Constitution. 



Third Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. 



' ' Fourth Circuit, for salary. 



under Constitution. 



Fifth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. 



' ' Sixth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution 

(For Seventh Circuit, see Cook county Circuit Court, E. S. Williams.) 
Amount carried forward 



App. 



1869 

1872 



1867 



1870 
1871 



1870 
1871 



1870 

1871 



1870 
1871 



1870 
1871 



1870 
1871 



1870 
1871 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 
1872 



1869 

1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



Amount. 



2, 800 00 
200 00 



£2, 333 33 
7, 083 33 



$3, 594 20 
6, 666 66 


$3, 594 20 
7, 083 33 


$2, 666 67 
6,249 99 


$2, 666 67 
7,083 33 


$2, 666 67 
6, 666 66 


$3, 000 00 
6, 666 65 


|5, 494 56 
589 67 


$5, 494 56 
589 67 


$5, 494 56 
1, 163 77 


$184 78 

5, 690 21 

589 67 


$5, 494 56 
589 67 


$5, 494 56 
589 67 



$4,106,402 73 



35 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 

SAEAKEES-^roDICIAKY.— Continued. 
To Judge Eighth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. 



1 Ninth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. . . 
' Tenth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. . . 
' Eleventh Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. 



Twelfth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . 



1 Thirteenth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution.. 
Fourteenth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. . 

' Fifteenth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . . . 

' Sixteenth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . . . 

' Seventeenth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. 

' Eighteenth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution.. 

1 Mnet e enth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . 

' Twentieth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . . 

: Twenty-first Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . 



Twenty-second Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. 
Twenty-third Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . . 
Twenty-fourth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. 
Twenty-fifth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution. .. 
Amount carried forward 



App. 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 
1872 



Amount. 



5, 494 56 

589 67 



$5, 494 56 
1, 464 67 



$5, 690 21 
589 67 



|5, 494 56 
1, 464 67 



4, 940 21 
589 67 



|5, 494 56 
1, 464 67 



$5, 608 69 
589 67 



Total. 



|5, 494 56 
1, 464 67 



1870 $5, 494 56 

1872 589 67 



1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



5, 494 56 
£39 67 



i, 884 67 
589 67 



f 5, 494 56 
589 67 



5, 494 56 

589 67 



$5, 494 56 
589 67 



f 4, 744 56 
1, 464 67 



$5, 494 56 
1, 464 67 



5, 494 56 
589 67 



H 744 56 
1, 464 67 



$4,106,402 73 

6, 084 23 
6, 959 23 
6, 279 88 
6, 959 23 

5, 529 88 

6, 959 23 
6, 198 36 
6, 959 23 
6, 084 23 
6, 084 23 

5, 474 34 

6, 084 23 
6, 084 23 
6, 084 23 
6, 209 23 
6, 959 23 
6, 084 23 
6, 209 23 



4,219,689 41 



36 
Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 

SALARIES-JUDICIARY— Continued. 
To Judge Twenty-sixth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . 



App. 



Twenty-seventh Circuit, for salary, under Constitution . . 

Twenty-eighth Circuit, for salary under Constitution 

Thirtieth Circuit, for salary, under Constitution 



To E. S. Williams, Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook county : 
Eor salary, under Constitution 



To W. W. Farwell, Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook county : 
Eor salary, under Constitution 



To J. G. Rogers, Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook county : 
Eor salary, under Constitution 



To Henry Booth, Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook county : 
For salary, under Constitution 



To Lambert Tree, Judge of the Circuit Court of Cook county : 
Eor salary, under Constitution 



To Joseph E. Gary, Judge of the Superior Court of Cook county : 
Eor salary, under Constitution 



To Win. A. Porter, Judge of the Superior Court of Cook county: 
Eor salary, under Constitution 



To J. A. Jamison, Judge of the Superior Court of Cook county : 
Eor salary, under Constitution 



Amount. 



To Judge of the Recorder's Court of Peru, for salary 

' ' Alton City Court, under Constitution 

' ' Common Pleas Court of Amboy, under Constitution. 

" " " " Aurora and Elgin 

" " " " Mattoon 

" " " " Sparta 

To State's Attorney, First . .Circuit, for salary 

' ' Second ' ' ' ' 

Third " " 

' ' Fourth " " 

" ' Fifth " " 

Sixth " " 

1 ' Seventh " " 

Eighth " " 

Ninth " " 1849 

Tenth " " 



Amount carried forward. 



1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 

1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 
1872 



1870 

1872 



1863 

1870 
1870 
1869 
1869 
1869 
1869-72 



5, 119 56 
1, 027 17 



$5, 494 56 
1, 464 67 



$5, 494 56 
1, 464 67 



$4, 744 56 
1, 172 99 



|2, 277 73 
1, 464 67 



$2, 319 39 
1, 464 67 



,?2, 333 27 
589 67 



$2, 277 73 
589 67 



, 027 73 
589 67 



$2, 277 73 
1, 464 67 



$2, 027 73 
589 67 



J2, 027 73 
1, 464 67 



$1, 000 00 



1, 025 00 
1, 000 00 

875 00 
1, 000 00 
1, 000 00 
1,000 00 
1, 425 00 

925 00 



9, 250 00 



$4,287,342 01 



37 

Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward 



S ALARLES^HJDICI ART.— C onttnued. 



To State's Attorney, Eleventh Circuit, for salary 

Twelfth " " 

" Thirteenth " " 

Fourteenth. ' ' " 

Fifteenth ' ' " 

Sixteenth " " .' 

Seventeenth " " 

' ' Eighteenth " " 

' ' Nineteenth " " 

Twentieth " " 

' ' Twenty-first ' ' ' ' 

Twenty-second " " 

Twenty-third " ' ' 

' ' Twenty -fourth - " ' ' 

Twenty-fifth „ " " 

Twenty-sixth " " " 

Twenty-seventh " " 

" Twenty-eighth " " 

" Thirtieth " " 

To Prosecuting Attorney, Recorder's Court of Peru. .' 

" " " " Chicago, etc. 

Sn-yM>, 

" t i. !..a Pleas Court of Amhoy . . 

" " •' " " Sparta... 

' ' Alton City Court 



.1840 



To 



SPECIAL STATE FUNDS. 
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD FUND. 

State Indebtedness paid under Governor's Proclamatiou of Sep- 
tember 28, 1863 

State Indebtedness paid under Governor's Proclamation of Jan. 
9, 1872 

transfer of Illinois Central Railroad fund to " Canal Redemption 
Fund" 



INTEREST FUND. 



overpayments on Collectors' accounts 

Payment of 50th and 51st installments of interest 

52dand53d " " 

' ' past due interest at Treasury 

Expenses of paying four installments of interest 

Amount of "School Fund interest orders," for the year 1870, 
paid counties 



To 



STATE DEBT FUND. 

overpayments on Collectors' accounts 

State indebtedness paid under Governor's Proclamation of Jan. 
9, 1871 

Premium on gold, and expenses of paying principal and interest 
of State debt called in by proclamation of January 9, 1871. . 

Principal and interest of State indebtedness purchased, refunded 
stock, new internal improvement stock, war bonds, etc 

Interest certificates, etc., purchased 

Expenses of engraving, etc., of $250,000 "Revenue Deficit Bonds " 



SCHOOL FUND. 

To overpayments on Collectors' accounts 

" Amount of " School Tax Fund orders," for the year 1870, paid 

counties 

" Amount of " School Tax Fund orders," for the year 1871, paid 

counties.. 

' ' Superintendent of Public Instruction, for salary 



Amount carried forivard -s 11,815,601 73 



App. 



1869-72 



1859 
1869-72 



1872 



1872 
1871 



1865 
1869 
1872 



Amount. 



1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 125 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 125 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 068 68 

850 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 000 00 

1, 125 00 

1, 120 41 

1,000 00 

1. 000 00 

1, 225 00 

1, 425 00 

183 15 

500 00 

500 00 

969 19 

300 27 

446 19 



$1, 000 00 
1,013,872 32 
685, 265 20 



$2, 931 10 
113, 595 15 
117, 825 62 

18, 686 11 
3,309 42 

54,564 93 



1, 199 23 
2,052,690 38 
367, 353 45 

165, 905 90 

408 87 
425 00 



$9,517 52 

900, 000 00 

900, 000 00 

4, 578 75 

915 79 

589 67 



Tot 



1,287,342 10 



1,700,137 52 



310, 912 33 



2,587,982 83 



1,918,587 58 



38 
Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS 



Amount brought forward . 



SCHOOL FUND— Continued. 

To Superintendent of Public Instruction, for traveling expenses — 
11 " " for clerk hire 

' ' Office expenses Superintendent Public Instruction : 

Stationery, postage, furniture, etc 

1,902 copies "Common School Decisions," furnished office Su 
perintendent Public Instruction, to supply same number of 

School Districts and Townships, not heretofore supplied 

Stationery, postage, furniture, periodicals, rent of office, etc... 



CANAL REDEMPTION EUND. 



FOR RELIEVING LIEN ON ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN 
CANAL. 

To pay January, 1872, interest on bonded debt of the city of Chicago. 
' ' Maintenance of Police Department of the city of Chicago 



Fire 



Reconstruction of bridges, etc., destroyed by fire in Chicago. 



App. 



1869 
1871 
1865 

1871 



Counties. 



Adams. 



Bond ... 
Brown . 
Bureau. 



Cass 

Champaign.. 
Christian 



Clark . 
Clay .. 



Coles . . - 
DeWitt. 



Edgar 

Effingham 



LOCAL BOND FUNDS, 



What bond fund. 



For what paid. 



County of Adams 

City of Quincy 

Township of Keene 

' ' Mendon 

County of Bond 

County of Brown 

Inc. town of Buda 

Township of Lamoille 

Ohio 

Walnut 

County of Cass 

City of Beardstown 

Inc. town of Arenzville 

Township of Middletown 

' ' Urbana [paign. 

Tp. of W. Urbana, now Cham- 
County of Christian 

Township of Bear Creek 

" Buckhart 

' ' Johnson 

' ' King 

" Locust 

1 ' May 

' ' Pana 

" Ricks 

" Stonington 

' ' Taylorville 

County of Clark 

Clay 

Township of Harter 

' ' Louisville 

' ' Mattoon 

Township of Clintonia 

DeWitt 

" Santa Anna 

' ' Tonbridge 

Paris 

' ' Douglas 

Mason 



Amount carried forward. 



To interest and expenses. . 



To principal, int'st and exp 
To interest and expenses. . 



Amount. 



1,815,601 73 



915 79 
2, 494 56 
1, 755 44 



2, 853 00 
1, 627 36 



$218,307 68 
378,401 48 
236,598 52 
295, 000 00 



$29, 150 84 
154, 507 90 

1, 723 88 
3, 186 35 

2, 449 68 
21, 197 20 

3, 059 14 
3, 885 62 



1, 528 13 

2, 180 00 

14, 085 00 

791 25 

4, 838 85 

6, 508 34 
15, 108 01 
12, 013 76 

1, 623 78 
440 04 

1, 622 99 
811 67 
207 10 
813 57 

1, 216 82 

1, 624 45 
813 65 

4, 460 84 
16, 842 34 
19, 539 49 

3, 922 44 

2, 266 58 
2,821 65 

5, 000 00 

4, 000 00 
4, 488 20 
2, 541 56 

110 51 
7,644 80 
1, 580 76 



,607 19111,872,687 45 



39 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



I Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jefferson 

" . . [pin 
Jersey, Macou- 
Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

La Salle 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan i . . 

Macon 

Madison 



What bond fund. 



Amount brought forward. 



Township of Moccasin 

" Summit 

" Teutopolis 

' ' West 

Incorporated town of Edgewood 
Township of Vandalia 

' ' Drummer's Grove. 
Lyman 

' ' Peach Orchard 

Inc. town of Astoria 

Township of Astoria 

' ' Farmers 

' ' Pleasant 

" Vermont 

' ' "Woodland 

County of Gallatin 

City of Shawnee town 

County of Greene 

Inc. town of Greenfield 

Whitehall 

County of Hamilton 

'' Hancock 

City of Warsaw 

Inc. town of Carthage 

Township of Bear Creek 

' ' St. Albans 

County of Henderson 

City of Oquawka 

Township of Lynn 

' ' Western 

Inc. town of Galva 

Township of Ash Grove 

Belmont 

' ' Douglas 

' ' Fountain Creek. . . 

' ' Grenard 

' ' Lovejoy 

' ' Middleport 

Milford 

' ' Papineau 

Prairie Green 

" ' Sheldon 

" Stockland 

City of Watseka 

County of Jefferson 

Township of Mt. Vernon 

Inc. town of Brighton 

Township of Aurora 

Inc. town of St. Charles 

Township of Ganeer 

' ' Momence 

" Tellowhead 

County of Kendall 

Township of Fox 

" ' Kendall 

' ' Oswego 

Bio 

' ' Bruce 

' ' Dayton 

' x Osage 

" Ottawa. 

" South Ottawa 

Alto 

Hamilton 

" Amity 

Avoca 

Dwight 

Eppard's Point 

Indian Grove 

Pontiae 

' ' Mtna, 

" Mt. Pulaski 

Inc. town of Mt. Pulaski 

County of Macon 

Inc. town of Edwardsville 



Amount carried forward. 



For what paid. 



To interest and expenses. . . 



To principal, int'st and exp. 
To interest and expenses. . . 



To principal, int'st and exp 
To interest and expenses. . 



Amount. 



£360, 607 19 

766 97 

1, 538 38 

2, 301 81 

5 75 

1, 969 76 
8, 155 11 

760 00 

2, 750 00 

2, 530 00 

1, 892 43 
11, 721 46 

6, 497 24 

3, 000 96 
11, 012 05 

2, 999 38 
24, 947 60 

1, 000 00 
8, 386 86 
655 75 
2,046 19 
8, 085 00 
21, 613 04 
8, 860 65 
1,503 99 

3, 580 74 

3, 527 68 
10, 564 03 

1, 709 15 

1, 449 95 
2, 123 49 

2, 527 69 

2 98 

1,509 51 

2, 122 11 

1 92 

402 58 

846 70 

1, 508 64 

2, 074 51 
503 65 
664 85 

2, 515 36 

368 73 

587 63 

16, 405 34 

1, 215 27 
170 64 

34,451 60 

4, 526 39 

7, 012 48 
7,323 88 

7 80 
9,538 15 
2,843 04 

4, 459 83 
5, 033 01 
2,210 22 

3, 733 33 

2, 045 36 
5, 192 63 

29, 534 05 
6, 212 67 
3,773 91 
381 16 
2, 415 63 
1, 005 82 
3, 044 36 
1, 508 55 

5, 028 44 

4, 925 60 
1, 510 61 
4,063 34 

1 82 
3.5, 238 05 
3, 564 61 



1722,577 06 11,872,687 45 



Total. 



11,872,687 45 



40 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Marshall. 



Mason . 



McDonough . . . 



McLean 



Menard . 
Mereer . 



Montgomery- .. 
Morgan 



Moultrie. 
Ogle 



Peoria . 



Perry. 
Piatt . 



Pike. 



Schuyler. 



Scott. 



Stark . 



St. Clair 



Tazewell . . 



"What hond fund. 



Pock Island . . . 



Randolph . 

Saline 

Sangamon 



Amount brought forward. 



Township of Evans 

Lacon 

" Roberts 

' ' Hopewell 

County of Mason 

Township of Havana 

County of McDonough 

Township of Bushnell 

' ' El Dorado 

' ' Mound 

' ' New Salem 

' ' "Walnut Grove. 

Allin 

' ' Bellflower 

" Bloomington... 

' ' Danvers 

" Downs 

' ' Empire 

' ' Padua 

"West 

City of Bloomington 

County of Menard 

' ' Mercer 

Township of Aldington 

' ' Eliza 

' ' Keithsburg 

' ' Millersburg 

' ' New Boston . . . 

City of New Boston 

Countv of Montgomery 

City of Litchfield 

' ' Jacksonville 

Township 15 N, R. 10 "W . .. 

14 N., R. 9"W 

Inc. town of Waverly 

Township of Sullivan 

' ' Oregon 

' ' Pine Rock 

County of Peoria 

City of Peoria 

Township of Brimfield 

1 ' ' Elmwood 

County of Perry 

Township of Bement 

' ' Blue Ridge 

County of Pike 

Township of Newburgc 

Pittsfield. 

" Canoe Creek... 

" Moline 

' ' Rock Island . . . 

City of Chester 

County of Saline 

' ' Sangamon 

Township of Springfield 

' ' Cartrigbt 

City of Snringfield 

County ot Schuyler 

Township of Browning: 

11 Frederick 

County of Scott 

Inc. town of "Winchester. . . 

Township of Essex 

' ' Goshen 

' ' Osceola 

' ' Penn 

' ' Toulon 

Valley 

Inc. town of Toalon 

' ' Wyoming 

City of Belleville 

Inc. town of Freeburg 

' ' Mascoutah 

' ' New Athens.. . 

County of Tazewell 

City of Pekin 



For what paid. 



To interest and expenses. 



To principal, int'st and exp. 
To interest and expenses. . . 



To principal, int'st and exp 
To interest and expenses. . . 



Amount. 



Amount carried forward. 



To principal, int'st and exp. 
To interest and expenses . - - 



$722, 577 06 

10, 072 51 

6, 032 77 

3, 020 84 
1, 511 57 

12, 317 02 

1, 450 00 

11, 535 09 
9, 626 18 

908 67 

7, 429 62 
9, 233 30 

2, 723 61 

4, 650 35 
2, 414 59 

23, 293 75 

4, 570 34 
2. 141 05 

14, 903 65 
229 08 

2, 041 92 

5, 225 53 
5,280 98 

11, 108 80 
993 79 
504 49 

3, 524 65 
459 75 

1,131 29 

1, 626 84 

6, 063 70 

7, 859 26 
7,020 79 
5, 150 36 

2, 701 26 
2, S87 36 

2, 412 92 

2 95 

706 43 

7, 845 21 

3, 741 25 

13, 624 71 

11, 333 56 

12, 376 09 
2, 814 12 
7, 270 28 

43, 284 63 

2,831 44 

4 792 66 

512 47 

10, 149 96 

8, 190 20 

1,565 00 

900 00 

18, 390 72 

10, 080 12 

2, 254 00 

10, 456 24 

16, 112 60 j 

4, 057 09 
1, 833 08 

10, 269 85 , 
6, 147 60 I 

5, 080' 27 
201 21 

10, 734 72 

10, 140 28 

102 02 

201 17 

1, 006 41 

2, 032 21 
17, 983 01 

1,801 14 
3,535 00 

2, 365 74 

6, 528 50 

3, 588 85 



,193,537 53 11,872,687 45 



41 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Tazewell, . . . 

Vermilion . . 

"Warren 

"Warren 

Washington 
Wayne 

White 

"Whiteside... 

Williamson . 



What hond fund. 



Towns 



Amount brought forward., 



Township of Elm Grove . . . 

' ' Mackinaw 

Pekin 

" Tremont 

' ' Danville 

" Grant 

' ' Ross ■ 

" Ellison 

' ' Lenox 

' Monmouth 

ship of Rose ville 

1 Spring Grove . 

' ' Sumner 

' ' Swan 

County of Washington 

" Wayne 

Township of Bedford 

' ' Big Mound . . . 

' ' Jasper 

" Laniard 

County of White 

Township of Hahnaman . . . 

' ' Prophetstown 

" Tampico 

County of Williamson 



Por what paid. 



To interest and expenses. . 



To interest and expenses 



Amount. 



11,193,537 53 



437 34 
664 84 
073 13 
259 49 
217 09 
067 59 
855 01 
650 59 
631 45 
671 34 
126 86 
563 28 
490 39 
318 21 
909 32 
346 30 
041 72 
764 01 
018 69 
989 53 
020 00 
883 11 
027 12 
018 82 
760 00 



Grand total of Warrants issued during two years ending Nov. 30, 1872. 



Total. 



11,872,687 45 



1,334,342 76 



$13,207,030 21 



42 



No. 6. 

Statement of Warrants outstanding Dec. 1, 1870, and Nov. 30, 1872. 



Amount of ■warrants outstanding Dec. 1, 1870. 
Amount of warrants issued to Dec. 1, 1872 



Total 

Amount of warrants returned to Auditor's office, canceled, to Dec. 1, 1872. 

A mount of (revenue) warrants outstanding Dec. 1, 1872 



$4, 917 09 
13, 207, 030 21 



$13, 211, 947 30 
13, 200, 485 08 



$11, 462 22 



No. 7. 

Statement of the condition of the School, College and Seminary Funds, 
on the first day of December, 1872. 



Amount of surplus revenue credited to School Fund , f 335, 592 32 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to School Fund 613, 362 96 

Amount of 3 per cent, fund credited to College Fund 

Amount of the Seminary Fund 



Total of School, College and Seminary Fund 



Paid two years' interest, at 6 per cent., on the above funds, as follows (less $1 to 
Normal University, error in appropriation) : 

To the Normal University 

To the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb 

Distributed to counties, as per table 



Total 



$948, 955 28 
156, 613 32 
59, 838 72 


|1, 165, 407 32 


$24, 890 98 

5, 827 02 

109, 129 86 


$139, 847 86 



No. 8 

Statement of Insurance Fees collected and disbursed by the Auditor, re- 
quired to be published in his biennial report, by Act of March 11, 1869. 



To amount received from December 1, 1870, to November 30, 1872, inclusive 

By amount paid Auditor from Dec. 1, 1870, to Nov. 30, 1872, inclusive $10,000 00 

By amount paid for clerk hire from Dec. 1, 1870, to Nov. 30, 1872, inclusive 11, 972 65 



$21, 972 65 



$21, 972 65 



No. 9. 
Statement of the condition of State Banks on the 30th November, 1872. 

The following Banks have withdrawn their securities, in accordance with an act entitled "An act to 
amend the general banking law, so as to permit the withdrawal of securities in certain cases," approved 
February 28, 1867 : 

BANK OF GALENA. 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY BANK. 



43 



No. 10. 

Statement of State Indebtedness purchased by tlie Governor, and called in 
by proclamation, and paid for with tlie Central Railroad Fund, during 
the fiscal years, commencing Dec. 1, 1870, and ending Nov. 30, 1872. 



Date. 



1871. 



Jan. 19. 
Feb. 15. 



From whom purchased, description, etc. 



C. M. Smith, refunded stock, 1860, No. 28 

D. H. Miller, New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 1186, $1,000 ; in- 
terest, $7 50 

D. H. Miller, Trustee New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 1187, 
$1,000 ; interest, $7 50 

Mary J. Read, New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 1184, f 1,000 ; 

interest, $7 50 

James M. Booker, New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 1185, $1,000; 

interest, $7 50 

John G. Offner, New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 2671, $1,000 ; 

interest, $37 50 

Martin H. Boye, in trust, two certificates New Internal Improvement 

Stock, Nos. 632 and 633, principal, $515 86 ; interest, $19 27 

Martin H. Boye, nine certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 

Nos. 773, 1740, 1741. 5569, 4692, 4693, 4694, 5236, 5237, amounting to 

$2,599 15; interest, $97 56 

A. Greele, two certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos 

597, 598, $1,020; interest, $38 25 

E. F. Leonard, one Old Internal Improvement Bond, No. 86, interest 
$67 50 

Clark, Dodge & Co., New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 1153, in- 
terest $37 50 

Elisha Biggs, twenty-three certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, No. 2147 to 2156, 4574 to 458(3, amounting to $1,791 99 ; inter- 
est, $67 20 

J. Warren & Son, fourteen certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, Nos. 382 to 391, 398, 399, 400, 401, amounting to $883 82; in- 
terest, $33 13 

Anna Washington, seven certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock No. 4724 to 4730, amounting to $3,570 ; interest, $133 87 

John Sneden, seven certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
Nos. 3020 to 3026, amounting to $7,000 ; interest, $262 50 

Pennsylvania Co. for insurance on lives, etc., one certificate New In- 
ternal Improvement Stock, No. 2911, $1,000 ; interest, $7 50 

Sarah L. Hever, certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
282, $1,000 ^interest, $7 50 

Mary E. Tunis, one certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 283, $1,000; interest, $7 50 ; 

Samuel Gurney and others, forty certificates New Internal Improve- 
ment Stock, No. 5911 to 5950, inclusive, $1,000 each ; interest, $1,500. 

Major F. Mountjoy Martvn, five certificates New Internal Improve- 
ment Stock, Nos. 3511, 3512, 3513, 3514, 3515, $1,000 each ; int. $187 50. 

H. Merivale, etc., one certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 5053 ; interest, $37 50 

Frances Mary Garnett. etc., ten certificates New Internal Improve- 
ment Stock, No. 2823 to 2830, 5164, 5165, $1,000 each ; int. $375 

Bev. I. Bateman, six certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 4999 to 5004, $1,000 each ; interest, $225 

Elisha A. Beebee, eleven certificates New Internal Improvement 
ment Stock, Nos. 159, 160, 436, 908, 907, 906, 905, 1028, 1091, 5633, 5634, 
$1,000 each ; interest, $412 50 

E. A. Phelps, two certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
Nos. 1760, 1761, $1,000 each; interest $75 

Baring Bros. & Co., ten certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, No. 2923 to 2932, $1,000 each ; interest, $375 

Sebastian Jaclard, nine certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, Nos. 815, 816, 834, 854, 878, 1143, 1144, 1145, 2255, amounting 
to $1,432 08 ; interest, $869 94 

M. A. Bothschild & Sons, two certificates New Internal Improve- 
ment Stock, Nos. 3152, 3153, amounting to $1,480 ; int. $55 50 

Insinger & Co., forty certificates New Internal Bnprovement Stock, 
No. 3344 to 3383, $1,000 each ; interest, $1,500 

The Administration Office of Hope & Co., etc., 496 certificates New 
Internal Improvement Stock, No. 2831 to 2835, 3089, 3090, 3562 to 
3581, 3701 to 3883, 3950 to 4235, amounting to $496,000 ; int. $18,600... 

Hope & Co., 120 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
5676 to 5679, 5782 to 5897, amounting to $120,000 ; int. $4,500 

William Dockar, seven certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 553 to 559 inclusive, $1,000 each ; int. $262 50 

Sir John Wedderburn, five certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, No. 3027 to 3076, $1,000 each ; interest, $375 



Amount. 


$1, 000 00 


1, 007 50 


1, 007 50 


1, 007 50 


1, 007 50 


1, 037 50 


535 13 


2, 696 71 


1, 058 25 


1, 067 50 


1, 037 50 



1, 859 19 



916 95 


3, 703 87 


7, 262 50 


1, 007 50 


1, 007 50 


1, 007 50 


41 500 00 


5, 187 50 


1, 037 50 


10, 375 00 


6,225 00 


11, 412 50 


2, 075 00 


10, 375 00 


2, 302 02 


1, 535 50 


41, 500 00 


514, 600 00 


124, 500 00 


7, 262 50 


50, 375 00 



44 

Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



1871. Feb. 15. 
" 15. 



" 15. . 



From whom purchased, description, etc. 



James Holford, New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 1239 to 1302 , 
2010, 2988, 5507 ; principal $10,310 16 ; interest $386 62 

Fred. S. Holford, New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 799, 800, 
830 to 833, 855, 856, 860, 932 to 944, 971, 972, 1049, 1107 to 1114, 1138, 
1196 to 1202, 1216 to 1238, 3479, 3480, 4976, 4977, 4978, amounting to 
$14,564 16 ; interest, $546 15 

Henry G. Holford, New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 5, 6, 17, 
18, 29, 40, 46, 48, 59 to 62, 70, 133, 140, 316, 317, 318, 319, 370 to 374, 
450 to 454, 457 to 461, 480, 481, 493 to 497, 560, 566, 567, 576, 577, 599, 
600, 634, 658, 688, 689, 693, 697, 698, 767, 791 to 798, 5708 to 5715, 2866, 
2867, 2868, 3315, 3316, 3638, 3639, 5475, 5638, 3476, 3477, 4979, 4980, 5438 
to 5447, amounting to $29,974 19 ; int. $1,124 03 

F. G. Schulz & Co., two certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, Nos. 1077, 3081, $1,000 each ; interest, $75 

W. A. Platenius, New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 2594, 2595, 
2672 to 2676, 2693, 2865, 2871, 2915 to 2919, 2978, 3150, 3332, 3454 to 
3463, 3637, 4263, 4264, 4265, 4339, 4354 to 4371, 4608, 4609, 4620, 4635, 
4741 to 4749, 4785 to 4789, 4893 to 4897, 4918 to 4922, 4969, 4972, 4973, 
4974, 5024, 5138, 5139, 5140, 5141, 5283, 5455 to 5474, 5500, 5526, 5656, 
5657, 5658, 5670 to 5675, 20, 21. 28, 32, 38, 39, 41, 42, 87, 88, 90, 139, 152, 
153, 184, 185, 204, 205, 206, 207. 340 to 349, 356 to 360, 375 to 379, 381, 
455, 514, 526, 527, 532, 533, 534, 538, 572, 601, 620, 679, 680, 681, 701, 702 
703, 704, 705, 711 to 730, 733, 734. 737, 853, 911, 996, 1005, 1006, 1014 to 
1018, 1040, 1041, 1115, 1149, 1176 to 1181, 1521 to 1527, 1708 to 1714, 
1725, 1728, 1735, 1884 to 1903, 1992 to 1999, 2071 to 2075, 2084 to 2092, 
2230 to 2235, 2238, 2239, 2586 to 2593, amounting to $34,108 40; inter- 
est, $1,279 06 

Bouverie & Co., twenty certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, No. 2157 to 2176, $1,000 each ; interest, $750 

E. Hemming, ten certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
4379 to 4388, $1,000 each ; interest, $375 

Alicia Ewart, nineteen certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 3492 to 3510, $1,000 each; interest, $712 50 

Amelia Lihon, six certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
2766 to 2771, $1,000 each ; interest $225 

C. C. Phelps, trustee, one certificate New Internal Improvement 
Stock, No. 6034, $1,000 ; interest, $37 50 

Nancy Bacon, two certificates New Internal Improvement Stock 
Nos. 4750, 4751, $1,000 each ; interest, $195 

E. A. Phelps, Interest Bond, No. 778, $691 76; interest, $27 67 

Total 



Amount. 



$10, 696 78 



15,110 31 



31, 098 22 
2, 075 00 



35, 387 46 


20, 750 00 


10, 375 00 


19, 712 50 


6, 225 00 


1, 037 50 


2, 195 00 
719 43 


$1, 014, 872 32 



45 



No. 11. 

Statement of State Indebtedness purchased by the Governor, and called in 
by proclamation, and paid for with State Debt Fund, during the last two 
fiscal years, commencing December 1st, 1870, and ending November 
30th, 1872. 



Date. 



From whom purchased, description, etc. 



Feb. 15 Sarah A. Campbell, New Int. Improvement stock, No. 5437, |1,400 ; in- 
terest, |136 50 

J. M. Coale, 5 certificates New Internal Improvement stock, Nos. 380, 
2601, 2602, 2603, 2604, $1, 000 each ; interest, 8187 50 

M. Laine, T. Laine and F. C. Lukis, 2 certificates New Internal Im- 
provement Stock, Nos. 3 13 and 314, $1, 000 each ; interest $75 

Llovd T. Posey, 1 certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
5780, $1, 400 ; interest $52 50 

John Bell, 21 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 4276 
to 4296, inclusive, $1, 000 each ; interest $787 50 

Charles Jellicoe, 13 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
2758 to 2765, 5152, 5153, 5154, 5157, 5158, $1, 000 each; interest $487 50. 

15 A. Holford, New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 1610 to 1644, 1588 

to 1598, 1495 to 1499, 1508 to 1520, 1540, amounting to $9,564 16 ; inte- 
rest $358 65 

Sarah Tiarks, New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 3009 to 3013, in- 
clusive, $1, 000 each ; interest $187 50 

15 Comptroller of the State of New York, intrust, etc., 20 certificates 

New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 5415 to 5434, $1,000 each; in- 
terest $750 

James Hoby, 2 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 

3120, 3121,' $1, 000 each ; interest $75 

15 Sarah H. Clarke, 4 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 

2728, 2734, 2735, 2736, $1, 000 each ; interest $150 

15 Jane N. Clarke, 4 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 

2729, 2731, 2732, 2733, $1, 000 each ; interest $150 

Ann H. Clarke, 4 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 

2730, 2725, 2726, 2727, $1, 000 each ; interest $150 

W. Whitewright, 6 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 

Nos. 428, 429, 430,431, 432, 433, amounting to $1, 989 ; interest $134 26. 

Samuel Bignold, 99 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 4409 to 4507, $1,000 each, and No. 4508, $1,440; interest 

$3, 766 50 

15 John Charles Schreiber, 50 certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, Nos. 746, 747, 826, 1011, 1037, 1136, 1137, 1141, 1212, 1213, 1733, 
2177 to 2182, 2126 to 3149, 4912, 5031, 5037 to 5040, 5077, 5078, 5250, $1,000 
each ; interest $1, 875 

James Holford. F. W. Capen, Attorney, certificates New Internal Im- 
provement Stock, No. 1645 to 1663, 1677, 1678, 1684 to 1698, 1796 to 
1800, 1807 to 1811, 1832 to 1849, amounting to $9, 564 16 ; interest 
$358 65 

W. A. Connelly, certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
829, 2692, 4587, 4588, 4600 to 4603, 5089, 5559 to 5569, amounting 
to $833 20; interest $31 25 

Catharine A. Tone, 18 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
Nos. 406, 622, 731, 732, 772, 817, 818, 819, 951, 1029, 2885, 3644-3648, 4883, 
4884, $1,000 each; interest $675 

Grace G. Maxwell, 4 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
Nos. 4375, 5498, 5625, 5769, amounting to $5, 435 55 ; interest $203 86. 

15 J. Bronson, 2 certificates New Internal" Improvement Stock, Nos. 5525, 

7967, amounting to $469 60; interest $18 36. 

E. Slocock, certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 5148, 
$1, 000 ; interest $37 50 

George Bnlkley, certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
1538, 1539, amounting to $489 60 ; interest $18 36 

Benjamin Ogle Taylor, 5 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 

Nos. 739, 2460, 2461, 3650, 3651,amounting to $1, 224 ; interest $45 90. . 

. JC. K. Freshfield, 5 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 

1058, 1059, 1060, 1061, 1062, $1, 000 each ; interest $187 50 

H. E. Freshfield, 5 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
1063, 1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, $1, 000 each ; interest $187 50 

Margaret E. and M. F. Hume, certificate New Internal Improvement 
Stock, No. 2747; interest $37 50 

George Smith, certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 366 ; 
interest $37 50 

George Crouse, certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 4784 
interest $37 50 

John and Edward Ferguson, in trust, 3 certificates New Internal Im 
provement Stock, Nos. 6014, 6015, 6016, $1, 000 each; interest $112 50. 

Administration office of Hope &. Co., etc., 8 certificates New Internal 
Improvement Stock, Nos. 3942 to 3949, $1, 000 each; interest $300. 



Amount. 


$1, 536 50 


5, 187 50 


2, 075 00 


1, 452 50 


' 21, 787 50 


13, 487 50 


9, 922 81 


5, 187 50 


20, 750 00 


2, 075 00 


4, 150 00 


4, 150 00 


4, 150 00 


2, 123 26 


104, 206 50 



51, 875 00 

9, 922 81 
864 45 

18, 675 00 

5, 639 41 

507 96 

• 1, 037 50 
507 96 
1, 269 90 
5, 187 50 
5, 187 50 
1, 037 50 
1, 037 50 
1, 037 50 
3, 112 50 
8, 300 00 



46 



Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



1871. Feb. 15.. . 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15..., 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 

' 15.... 



15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 

15. 

15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 

15. 
15. 

15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 



From whom purchased, description, etc. 



Executors of Murray Forbes, 5 certificates New Internal Improve 
ment Stock, No. 4341 to 4345, amounting to $795 60; interest $29 86. 

John S. "Watkins, Ex'r, 2 certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, Nos. 488, 489, amounting to $960 ; interest $36 

J. Robinson, Extr'x of G. L. Robinson, deceased, 6 certificates New 
Internal Improvement Stock, No. 4321 to 4326, amounting to 
$3,386 86; interest $127 

C. M. Stanard, 3 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
4349, 4350, 4351, amounting to $936 ; interest $35 10 

Sir Henry Roper, Knight, etc., 26 certificates New Internal Improve- 
ment Stock, No. 2936 to 2961, $1, 000 each ; interest $975 

John D. Lord, 2 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
657,5249, $1,000 each; interest $75 

J. D. Hewlett, 6 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
4961 to 4966, amounting to $2, 880 ; interest $108 

Eritz Brose, 2 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 5113, 
5114, $1,000 each; interest $75 

Charles Phelps, or his executor, 3 certificates New Internal Improve- 
ment Stock, Nos. 1974,1975, 1976, $1, 000 each ; interest $112 50 

H. A. Roland, 3 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 3, 
4, 5492, $1, 000 each ; interest $112 50 

Polly Bull, certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 4378; 
interest $37 50 

Carel Daniel Asser, certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
5131, $1 , 000 ; interest $37 50 

F. S. & T. Holford and J. D. Cooper, 64 certificates New Internal Im- 
provement Stock, No. 1367 to 1430, amounting to $9, 564 16 ; interest 
$358 65 

Thomas Holford, 64 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 1303 to 1366, amounting; to $9, 564 16 ; interest $358 65 

James Holford, certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
1850, 1851, 1912 to 1916, 1972, 1973, 1977, 2211, 2212, 2213, 2214, 2408 to 
2423, 2426 to 2431, 2433, 2610, 2631 to 2634, 2650 to 2656, 2694, 2695, 2987, 
2991, 2992, 3086, 3087, 3088, 3193, 3194, 3195, 3329, 3330, 4373, 4374, 
amounting to $9, 564 16 ; interest $358 65 

James Holford, certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
2009, 2013, 3298, 4519, 4520, 4521, 4630 to 4634, 4642 to 4646, 4655, 4656, 
4674, 4675, 4797 to 4801, 4923 to 4927, 5050, 5068 to 5074, 5091, 5092, 
5093, 5147, 5151, 5166 to 5184, 5508, amounting to $9, 567 83; interest 
$358 79 

Rev. Francis Laing, 10 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 1940 to 1949, $1, 000 each ; interest $375 

John Law Baker, 5 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 4719 to 4723, $1,000 each; interest $187 50 

Matthew L. Bujac, 30 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 4829 to 4858, amounting to $14, 400 , interest $108 

Henry Beaumont, 64 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
amounting to $9, 564 16 ; interest $358 65 

The Institution for Savings of Merchants' Clerks, certificates New 
Internal Improvement Stock, No. 3656 to 3700, 3885 to 3941, amount- 
ing to $102, 000 ; interest $3, 825 

Maria Ackerman, 8 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock,Nos. 
691, 858, 1727, 2067, 2099, 2100, 2101, 2102, amounting to $1, 275 30 ; in- 
terest $47 82 

"William James Roe, 2 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
Nos. 85, 86, $1, 000 each ; interest $75 

Daniel Rogers, 23 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
101 to 123, $1,000 each; interest $862 50 

Betsey Amelia Hart, 8 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
No. 5103 to 5110, inclusive, $1, 000 each ; interest $300 

Latham Cornell, 5 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
Nos. 921, 922, 2113, 2114, 2115, $1000 each ; interest $187 50 

Daniel Hall, certificates New internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 168, 
169, amounting to $1440 ; interest $10 80 

John Jochmus, certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 
784, 785, 801, 802, 2645 to 2648, 4772 to 4775, 5518, 5598, 5641, $1000 each; 
interest $562 50 

Mrs. Euphrosyne McKay, 5 certificates New Internal Improvement 
Stock, No. 1096 to 1100, $5, 000 ; interest $187 50 

C. Delano, 2 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 5554, 
5555, amounting to $2, 749 08 ; interest $105 08 

R. S. Cox, 3 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, Nos. 5659, 
5660, 5661, $3,720; interest $139 50 

Caroline E. Clark, 3 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock, 
Nos. 610, 611, 612, $3,000; interest $112 50 

Hottenguer & Co., 1 certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
315 ; interest. $37 50 



Marie Amelia, Fuller, 2 certificates New Internal Improvement Stock. 
Nos. 328, 329, $2,000; interest $75 



47 
Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



From 'whom purchased, description, etc. 



Feb. 15. , 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 

" 15. 



15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 



15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 



Joel Churchill, 1 certificate New Internal Improvement Stock, No. 
2142, principal 81600 ; interest §60 

N. M. Rothschild & Sons, Interest Bonds, Nos. 1408, 2212, amounting 
to 11191 76; interest §44 68 

Lloyd T. Posey,. Interest Bond, No. 2517 ; interest §9 67 

Maria Campbell, executrix, 1 Interest Bond, No. 2360, §514 70 ; inter- 
est §7 98 

M. Laine and others, 1 Interest Bond, No. 147, §691 76 ; interest §9 68. 

James Koe, Interest Bond, No. 53, §691 76 

Charles S. Watkins, Interest Bond, No. 221 

John M. Forbes and others, executors, 2 Interest Bonds, §1000 and 
§729 40, respectively 

Mrs. Nancy S. Bacon, Interest Bond, No. 2057 

James Grouse & Co., Interest Bond, No. 2070 

Jeremiah Pilcher, Interest Bond, No. 2606 

J. G-. King's Sons, 11 Sterling Canal Bonds, No. 42 to 52, £100 each, 
amounting to §4888 88 ; interest §183 33 ; exchange §507 22 

J. G. Bang's Sons, 1 bond of the above description, No. 41, registered ; 
principal §66 66 ; interest §3 17 ; exchange §6 98 

J. G-. King's Sons, 17 Sterling Canal Bonds, No. 170 to 186, £300 each ; 
principal §22,066 66 ; interest §850 ; exchange §2351 66 

J. G. King's Sons, 13 £300 Canal Bonds, registered, No. 157 to 169 ; 
principal §2600 ; interest §123 50 ; exchange §272 35 

S. G. & G. C. Ward, 24 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 1233 to 1249 and 1274 to 
1280 ; principal §24,000 ; interest §900 ; exchange §2490 

S. G. & G. C. Ward, 2 £225 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 141, 189 ; 
principal §300 ; interest §14 25 ; exchange §31 42 

S. G. & G. C. Ward, 3 £100 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 71, 72, 73 ; 

principal §200 ; interest §9 50 ; exchange §20 95 

G. & G. C. Ward, 134 £300 Canal Bonds, registered, No. 92 to 136, 
187 to 211, 217 to 221, 524 to 600 ; principal §26,800 ; interest §1273 
exchange §2807 30 

J. G. King's Sons, 496 £225 Canal Bonds, registered, No. 1 to 78, 249 
to 306, 308 to 350, 351 to 667 ; principal §74,400 ; interest §3534 ; ex 
change §7793 40 

J. G. King's Sons, 3 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 155, 182, 183 ; principal 
§3000 ; interest §112 50 ; exchange §311 25 

J. G. King's Sons, 7 §1000 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 47, 49, 50, 85, 
94, 192, 193, §1050 ; interest §49 87 

J. G. King's Sons, 1 £225 Canal Bond, registered, payable in New York, 
No. 1044 ; principal §150 j interest §7 13 

J. G. King's Sons, 263 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 79 to 140, 668 to 8 
principal §263,000 ; interest §9862 50 ; exchange §27,286 25 

New York Life Insurance and Trust Co., 378 £100 Canal Bonds, regis- 
tered, Nos. 1, 2, 8, 9, 77 to 100, 101 to 450 ; principal §25,200; interest 
§1197 ; exchange §2639 70 

New York Life Insurance and Trust Co., 354 £300 Canal Bonds, regis- 
tered, No. 35 to 76, 222 to 533; principal §70,800; interest §3363 ; ex- 
change §7416 30 

Maitland, Phelps & Co., 32 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 1201 to 1232 ; prin- 
cipal §32,000 ; interest §4520 

F. W. Capen, attorney, 2 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1007, 1036, §1000 each ; 
interest §75 

James Kobb King & Co., 7 £100 Canal Bonds, No. 33 to 39 ; principal 
§3111 11 ; interest §116 66 ; exchange §322 77 

J. C. Taylor, 3 £225 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 1018, 1060, 1088 ; 
principal §450 ; interest §21 37 

J. C. Taylor, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 142 ; principal §1000 ; interest 
§37 50 • exchange .^103 75 

W. A. Hadden, 5~£300 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos! 152, 153, i.54! 155, 

156 ; principal §1000 ; interest §47 50 ; exchange §104 75 

W. A. Hadden, 1 £100 Canal Bond, registered, No. 40; principal §66 66 ; 

interest §3 16 ; exchange §6 98 

Barclay & Livingston, 7 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 163, 164, 1281, 1282, 

1283, 1284, 1285; principal §7000 ; interest §262 50; exchange §726 25. 

Barclay & Livingston, 3 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1037, 1093, 1097; 

principal §3000 ; interest §112 50 

W. F. Lebert, 3 £300 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 77, 79, 80 ; princi- 
pal §600 ; interest §28 50 ; exchange $62 85 

A. Goettel & Co., 2 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1047, 1048 ; principal §2000 ; 

interest §75 ; exchange §207 50 

H. J. White, 2 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1067, 1068 ; principal §2000 ; in- 
terest §75 ; exchange §207 50 

H. J. White, 2 £100 Canal Bonds, Nos. 13, 74 ; principal §888 88; inter- 
est §33 33 ; exchange §92 22 

H. J. White, 1 £300 Canal Bond, No. 536 ; principal §1333 33 ; interest 

§50 ; exchange §138 33 

David Solomon, 11 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 1295 to 1305 ; principal 
' §11,000; interest §412 50; exchange §1141 25 



Amount. 



§1, 660 00 

1, 236 44 
591 67 

522 68 
701 44 
691 76 
681 76 

1,729 40 
691 76 
675 88 
720 00 

5, 579 43 

76 81 

25, 868 32 

2, 995 85 
27, 390 00 

345 67 
230 45 

30, 880 30 

85, 727 40 

3, 423 75 
1, 099 87 

157 13 
300, 148 75 

29, 036 70 

81, 579 30 

36, 520 00 

2, 075 00 

3, 550 54 

471 37 

1, 141 25 

1, 152 25 

76 80 

7, 988 75 

3, 112 50 

69l 35 

2, 282 50 

2, 282 50 

1, 014 43 

1,521 66 

12, 553 75 



48 
Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



1871. Feb. 15. 
15. 



From whom purchased, description, etc. 



15. 

15,. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 

15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 

15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 

15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 

15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 



B.Wilson, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 152; principal $1000; interest $37 50; 
exchange $103 75 

E. V. Clark, executor, 4 £225 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 1010, 1011, 
1012,1013; principal $600 ; interest $28 50 : exchange $62 85 

Howes & Maey, 4 £300 Canal Bonds, No. 538 to 541 ; principal $5333 ; 
interest $200 ; exchange $553 33 

Fourth National Bank, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 1086 ; principal 
interest $37 50 ; exchange $103 75 

Dwight Johnson, 2 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1038, 1039 ; principal $2i 
interest $75 ; exchange $207 50 

H. & F. W. Myer, 2 $1000 Canal Bonds, Nos. 55, 66 ; principal 
interest $75 

H. & F. W. Myer, 1 $1000 Canal Bond, registered, No. 118 ; principal 
" 150 ; interest $7 12 

DeRham&Co., 3 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 159, 1023, 1262; principal 
$3000 ; interest $112 50 ; exchange $311 25 

New York Life Insurance and Trust Co., 5 £300 Canal Bonds, regis- 
tered, Nos. 138, 141, 142, 143, 144; principal $1000; interest $47 50; 
exchange $104 75 

New York Life Insurance and Trust Co., 5 £225 Canal Bonds, regis- 
tered, Nos. 1015, 1070, 1083, 1090, 1091 ; principal $750 ; interest $35 62. 

New York Life Insurance and Trust Co., 5 $1000 Canal Bonds, regis- 
tered, No. 133 to 137 ; principal $750 ; interest $35 62 

Vermely & Co., 8 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 144, 160, 1019, 1020, 1021, 1022, 
1087, 1253 ; principal $8000 ; interest $300 ; exchange $830 

Dabney Morgan & Co., 6 £300 Canal Bonds, Nos. 212 to 216, principal, 
pal, $6, 666 66 ; interest, $250 ; exchange, $691 66 

Dabney Morgan & Co., 1 £100 Canal Bond, No. 7, principal, $444 44 ; 
interest, $16 66 ; exchange, $46 11 

James Tinker, 7 £300 Canal Bonds, No. 145 to 151, principal, $9, - 
333 33 ; interest, $350 ; exchange, $968 33 

James Tinker, 9 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 145 to 151, 192, 193, princi- 
pal, $9,000 ; interest, $337 50 ; exchange, $933 75 

Drexel, Winthrop & Co., 7 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1081, 1102, 1103, 
1104, 1105, 1263, 1264, principal, $7,000 ; interest, $2«2 50 ; exchange, 
$726 25 

Drexel, Winthrop & Co., 2 £300 Canal Bonds, Nos. 86 and 87, principal, 
$2,666 66; interest, $100; exchange $276 66 

Greenleaf, Norris & Co., 4 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 165, 166, 169 and 
170, principal, $4,000 ; interest, $150 ; exchange, $415 

James Tinker, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 143 ; principal, $1,000; interest, 
$37 50; exchange, $103 75 

Charles H. Rogers, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 1032, principal, $1,000 ; in- 
terest, $37 50 ; exchange, $103 75 

United States Express Company, 5 £100 Canal Bonds, registered 
Nos. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, principal, $333 33 ; interest, $15 84 ; ex- 
change, $34 91 

Duncan, Sherman & Co., 1 £225 Canal Bond, registered, No. 1027, prin- 
cipal, $150 ; interest, etc., $22 12 ."". 

F. Capen, Attorney, 4 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1005, 1065, 1073, 1099, 
principal, $4,000 ; interest, $150 

F. Capen, Attorney, 7 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 1001 to 1006 and 1173, 
principal, $7,000 ; interest, $262 50 ; exchange, $726 25 

F. Capen, Attorney, 6 $1,000 Canal Bonds, Nos. 19, 42, 74, 128, 129 199, 
principal, $6,000 ; interest, $225 

F. Capen, Attorney, 1 £100 Canal Bond, No. 4, principal, $444 44 ; in- 
terest, $16 66 ; exchange, $46 11 

F. Capen, Attorney, 1 £300 Canal Bond, No. 91 ; principal, $1,333 33 ; 
interest, $50 ; exchange, $138 33 

J. & S. Ferguson, 2 £100 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 75, 76 ; prin- 
cipal' $133 33 ; interest, $6 32 ; exchange, $13 97 

E. Thorne, 4 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1039, 1066, 1078, 1100 ; princi- 
pal, $4,000 ; interest, $150 

McLean County Bank, 9 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 184, 1007, 1008, 1108, 
1113, 1250, 1251, 1252 1255 ; principal, $9,000 ; interest, $337 50 ; ex- 
change, $933 75 

McLean County Bank, 2 £300 Canal Bonds, Nos. 81 and 85 ; principal, 
$2,666 66 ; interest, $100 ; exchange, $276 66 

E. Willson, cashier, 3 £225 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 1168, 1170 
1172; principal, $450 ; interest, $21 37; exchange,, $47 .14 

E. Willson, cashier, 3 £300 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 137, 139 143 ; 
principal, $600 ; interest, $28 50 ; exchange, $62 85 

Bank of America, 8 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1060, 1267, 1268 to 1273 ; 
principal, $8,000 ; interest, $300 ; exchange, $830 

John G. Weeser, 1 £100 Canal Bond, No. 27 ; principal, $444 44 ; in- 
terest, $16 66 ; exchange, $46 11 

Union Bank of Commerce, 24 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1126 to 1137, 1146 
to 1153, 1074, 1075, 1076, 1077 ; principal, $24,000 ; interest, $900 ; ex- 
change, $2, 490 '. 



49 



Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



Feb. 15. 
" 15. 
" 15. 

" 15. 
' ' 15. 
" 15. 

1 ' 15. 
' ' 15. 
' ' 15. 
' ' 15. 
■ ' 15. 
" 15. 

15. 

15. 

15. 

15. 



From whom purchased, description, etc. 



S. G. & G. C. Ward, 32 £300 Canal Bonds, No. 6 to 34, 82, 83, 84, 
registered; principal, $6,400 ; interest, $304 ; exchange, $670 40 

S. G. & G. C. Ward, 17 £100 Canal Bonds, registered, No. 53 to 70 ; 
principal, $1,200 ; interest, $57 ; exchange, $125 70 

A. Belmont & Co., 41 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 194 to 234 ; principal, 
$41,000 ; interest, $1,537 50 ; exchange, $4,253 75 

A. Belmont & Co., 4 $225 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 185, 186, 187, 
188 ; principal, $600 ; interest, $28 50 ; exchange, $62 85 

Howland <fc Aspinwall, 9 £225 Canal Bonds, registered, No. 1286 to 
1294 ; principal, $1,350; interest, $64 12 ; exchange, $141 41 

Phoenix National Bank, 44 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 156, 157, 158. 168, 
177, 178, 190, 235, 236, 1030, 1031, 1033 to 1037. 1040 to 1046, 1049, 1050, 
1052,1059,1062,1064,1069, 1070, 1071, 1072, 1082 to 1085, 1109, 1110, 
1256, 1257, 1258, 1265, 1266; principal, $44,000 ; interest, $1,650 ; ex- 
change, $4,565 

Phoenix National Bank, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 1008 ; principal, 
$1,000 ; interest, $37 50 

A. Iselen &. Co., 5 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 161. 162, 167, 237, 1089 ; 
principal, $5,000 ; interest. $187 50 ; exchange, $518 75 

Maitland, Phelps & Co., 12 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 171 to 176, 179, 1014 
to 1018 ; principal, $12,000 ; interest, $450 ; exchange, $1,245 

Maitland, Phelps & Co., 4 $1,000 Canal Bonds, registered, No. 41, 84, 
191, 195 ; principal, $600 ; interest, $64 50 

Edward J. King's Sons, 2 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 10C5, 1060 ; prin- 
cipal, $2,000 : interest, $75 ; exchange, $207 50 

Edward J. Fung's Sons, 3 £100 Canal Bonds, Nos. 10, 11, 12 ; prin- 
cipal, $1333 33 ; interest, $50 ; exchange, $138 33 

Edward J. King's Sons, 1 ,£300 Canal Bond, No. 537 ; principal, $1.- 
333 30 ; interest, $50 ; exchange. $138 33 

Edward J. King's Sons, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 1025 ; principal, 
$1,000 ; interest, $37 50 

Eugene S. Ballin & Co., 3 £300 Canal Bonds, Nos. 88, 89, 90 ; prin- 
cipal, $4,000 ; interest, $150 ; exchange, $415 

Eugene S. Ballin & Co., 15 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 248, 1024 to 1028, 
1051, 1073, 1106, 1107, 1111, 1112, 1167, 1169, 1171 ; principal, $15,- 
000; interest, $562 50; exchange, $1,556 25 

Eugene S. Ballin & Co., 1 £100 Canal Boud, No. 5 ; principal, $444 44 ; 
interest, $16 66 j exchange, $46 11 

Metropolitan National Bank, 4 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1029, 1259, 1260, 
1261 ; principal, $4,000 ; interest, $150 ; exchange, $415 

Metropolitan National Bank, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 191 ; principal, 
$1,000 ; interest, $37 50 ; exchange, $103 75 

Metropolitan National Bank, 2 £100 Canal Bonds, Nos. 3, 6; princi- 
pal, $888 88 ; interest $33 33 ; exchange, $91 44 

Calvin Stevens, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 1254 ; principal, $1,000 ; inter- 
est, $37 50 ; exchange, $103 75 

American Exchange National Bank, 3 £225 Canal Bonds, registered, 
Nos. 1004, 1023, 1046 ; principal, $450 ; interest, $21 38 

American Exchange National Bank, 1 $1,000 Canal Bond, No. 123 ; 
interest, $37 50 

American Exchange National Bank, 7 £225 Canal Bonds, registered, 
Nos. 1010, 1012, 1031, 1033, 1034, 1051, 1071 ; principal, $1,050 ; 
interest, $49 87 

American Exchange National Bank, 4 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1043, 
1056, 1074, 1098 ; principal. $4,000 ; interest, $150 

American Exchange National Bank, 4 $1,000 Canal Bonds, Nos. 34, 
103, 107, 190 ; principal, $4,000 ; interest, $150 

George S. Coe, President, 131 £225 Canal Bonds, No. 869 to 833, 
885 to 1000 ; principal, $131,000 ; interest, $4,912 50 ; exchange, $13,- 
591 25 



Amount. 



Ninth National Bank, 4 $1,000 Canal Bonds, Nos. 8, 10, 33, 115 ; 
principal, $4,000 ; interest, $270 

J. Bunn, 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 180 ; principal, $1,000 ; interest, 
$37 50; exchange, $103 75 

Gilnian & Sons, 7 $1,000 Canal Bonds, registered, Nos. 54, 89, 90, 91, 92, 
93, 196 ; principal, $2,100 

H. T. Morgan & Co., 1 £225 Canal Bond, No. 1087 ; principal, $1,000 ; 
interest, $37 50 ! 

State National Bank of Illinois, 13. £225 Canal Bonds, No. 238 to 247, i 
1079, 1080, 1088 ; principal $13,000 ; interest, $487 50 ; exchange, l 
$1,348 75 j 

State National Bank of Illinois, 2 £225 Canal Bonds, Nos. 1011, 1068 ; 
principal, $2,000 ; interest, $195 ! 

Ninth National Bank, Refunded Stock, 1870, 62 bonds, $1, 000 each, 
Nos. 4, 11, 21, 39, 69, 87, 91, 93, 94, 98, 99, 100, 102, 110, 115, 127, 128, 145, 
146, 157, 163, 167, 202, 221, 245, 246, 248, 251, 265, 281, 328, 329, 330, 331, 332, 
397, 398, 407, 412, 422, 423, 424, 426, 478, 479, 490, 491, 492, 499, 501, 502, 585, 
586, 587, 588, 589, 590 ; principal $62, 000 ; interest $4, 095 

Jacob Bunn, 5 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 417, 418, 419, 420, 506 ; 
principal $5, 000 ; interest $337 50 



$7, 374 40 

1, 382 70 

46, 791 25 

691 35 

1, 555 53 

50, 215 00 
1, 037 50 
5, 706 25 

13,695 00 
664 50 
2, 282 50 
1,521 66 
1,521 63 
1,037 50 
4, 565 00 

17,118 75 
507 21 

4, 565 00 
1,141 25 
1, 013 65 
1, 141 25 

471 38 
1, 037 50 

1, 099 87 
4, 150 00 
4,150 00 

149, 503 75 
4,270 00 
1,141 25 
2,100 00 
1, 037 50 

14,836 25 
2, 195 00 

66, 095 00 

5, 337 50. 



50 



Statement — Continued. 



Date. 

1871. Feb. 15.. 

15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15. . 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15.. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 
15. 



Maxwell & Graves, 26 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 83, 84, 85, 89, 
90, 139, 140, 147, 148, 191, 262, 294, 340, 341, 369, 370, 371, 372, 484, 485, 466, 
487, 488, 522, 564, 575, amounting to $26, 000 ; interest $975 

Frances Bacon, 3 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 205, 206, 207; prin- 
cipal $3, 000 ; interest $22 50 

H. T. Morgan & Co., 3 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 205, 206, 207, 
principal $3, 000 ; interest $22 50 

G. Hewitt, Jr., 10 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 353, 354, 355, 356, 
357, 363, 364, 366 367, 373 ; principal $10, 000 ; interest $375 

W. Redmond & Son, 12 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 149, 302 to 
312 ; principal $12, 000 ; interest $450 

Sawyer Wallace & Co., 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, $1, 000 ; interest 
$37 50 



J. Victor & Achetes, 4 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 122, 123, 124, 
125, $4, 000 ; interest $150 

Baltzer & Taaks, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, $1,000; interest 
$37 50 



From whom purchased description, etc. 



Charles A. Caldwell, 8 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 523, 524, 525, 

526, 527, 528, 529, 530, $8, 000 ; interest $300 

Central National Bank, 6 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 60, 61, 62, 

63, 64, 65, $6, 000 ; interest $45 

Jay Cooke &. Co., 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 47, $1, 000; inte- 
rest $7 50 

Glendenning, Davis & Alnoz, 3 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870 ; Nos. 576, 

577, 578, $3,000; interest $22 50 .-. 

Alfred Wicks, 5 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 185, 186, 243, 244, 

277, $5, 000 ; interest $187 50 

H. T. Morgan & Co., 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 49,176, $2, 000; 

interest $75 

H. D. Morgan & Co., 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 333, $1, 000 ; 

interest $37 50 

Rosevelt & Son, 5 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 46, 180, 181, 477, 

480, $5, 000 ; interest $187 50 

Baltzer & Taaks, 10 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 144, 264, 343,344, 

345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, $10, 000 ; interest $375 

C. F. Van Blankenteyn, 2 bonds Refunded Stock, Nos. 222, 342, $2, 000; 

interest $15 

T. N. HoUister, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 143, $1, 000 ; interest 

$37 50 



H. Amy & Co., 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 573, $1, 000; interest 
$37 50 

W. Von Sachs, 4 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 565, 566, 569, 570, 
$4, 000 ; interest $150 

Edward F. Beall, 3 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 1, 2, 3, $3, 000 ; 
interest $112 50 

Messrs. Rirkland & Von Sachs, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 410, 
$1, 000 ; interest $7 50 

H. T. Morgan & Co., 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 66, $1, 000 ; in- 
terest $7 50 

Bank of America, 12 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 71 to 82; $12,000; 
interest $450 

James Tinker, 4 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 579, 580, 581, 582, 
",000; interest $150 

Max Weil, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 154, $1, 000 ; interest 
$37 50 



L. Von Hoffman & Co., 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 571, 572, 
$2, 000 ; interest $75 

Schulz & Rackgaber, 4 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 22, 109, 68, 
119, $4,000; interest $150 

F. W. Tracy, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 287, $1, 000 ; interest 
$7 50 



Dabney Morgan & Co., 7 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 219, 220, 
297, 339, 351, 511, 512, $7, 000 ; interest $52 50 

M. H. Wilekens, 5 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 403, 404, 405, 406, 
408, $5,000; interest $187 50 

H. Amy & Co., 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 409, 574, $2, 000 ; in- 
terest $45 

American Exchange National Bank, 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, 
Nos. 97, 216, $2, 000 ; interest $75 

Edward J. King's Sons, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 101, $1, 000 ; 
interest $37 50 

Home Insurance Company, 6 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 16, 229. 
230, 231, 232, 249, $6, 000 ;' interest $225 

New YorkBowerv Insurance Co., 6 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 
5,6,7,8,9,10, $6,000; interest $225 

N. Park Bank, 10 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 12, 55, 183, 197, 255, 
318 to 322, $10,000; interest $75 

Charles H. Contoil, 4 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 271, 273, 274 
275, $4,000; interest $30 



51 

Statement — Continued. 



Date. 



871. Fob. 15... 
' 15... 

" 15... 

" 15... 

" 15... 

" 15... 

" 15... 

" 15... 

" 15... 

" 15.., 

" 15... 

" 15... 

" 15... 

" 15.. 

" 15.. 

" 15.. 

872. July 15.. 

Sept. 18. 

" 18.. 

" 18.. 

" 18.. 

" 18.. 

Nov. 18. . 

" 18.. 

" 18.. 

" 18.. 



From whom purchased, description, etc. 



Maxwell & Graves, 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 500, 504, $2,000; 

interest $15 * 

Importers & Traders Bank, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 505, 

$1, 000; interest $7 50 

Mary E. Bozeman, 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 548,549, $2, 000; 

interest $15 

John G. Powell, 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 556, 557, $2, 000 ; 

interest $15 

F. W. Tracy, Cashier, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 493, $1, 000 ; 

interest $7 50 

H. B. Powell, 4 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 547, 550, 554, 555, 

1,000; interest $180 

Ridgely National Bank, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, No. 13, $1, 000 ; 

interest $7 50 

F. W. Tracy, Cashier, 3 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 28, 175, 188, 

$3 000 • interest ffi** 50 
DeRhani & Co., 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1870, Xo. 591, $1, 666 ; interest 

&7 50 
Gilman, Son & Co.," 4 "'bands Refunded Stockj 1870,' No's! 41, '42,';43^ 44, 

$4,000; interest $30 

Metropolitan N. Bank, 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 381, 382, 

$2, 000 ; interest $15 

National Park Bank, 2 bonds Refunded Stock, 1870, Nos. 192, 196, 

$2, 000 ; interest $15 

Treasurer of State, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1877, No. 108 

Ridgely National Bank, 1 bond Refunded Stock, 1877, No. 346, $1, 000 ; 

interest $2 50 

William Butler, 9 bonds Refunded Stock, 1877, Nos. 48, 58, 79, 323 to 328, 

#9,000; interest $157 50 

J. Bunn, 26 bonds Refunded Stock, 1877, No. 34, 40, 43, 52, 85, 92, 112, 152, 

154, 339, 165, 223, 224, 225, 245, 246, 271, 279, 287, 288, 315, 317, 335, 336, 337, 

340, $26,000; interest $598 

Ridgely National Bank, Thornton Loan bond, No. 5, $1, 000 ; interest 

$2 50 

O. H. Miner, "War Bonds, 1, No. 1027, $1, 000 ; 1, No. 733, $500 ; and 2, 

Nos. 1087, 2602, $100; interest on all $22 10 

William Butler, 15 War Bonds, $100 each ; interest $26 25 

J. Bunn, 43 War Bonds, $1, 000 each, Nos. 25 to 45, 82, 83, 84, 115, 130, 

131, 210, 320, 321, 322, 338, 347, 427, 498, 499, 811, 985, 986, 987, 988, 989, 990, 

$43, 000 ; interest $989 

J. Bunn, 6 War Bonds, $500 each; Nos. 332, 345, 741, 743, 745, 746; inte- 
rest $69 

O. H. Miner, 5 bonds Thornton Loan, Nos. 21, 22, 53, 64, 68, $1, 000 each 

interest $83 33 

J. Bunn, 11 Thornton Loan Bonds, Nos. 9, 19, 32, 33, 38, 44, 45, 96, 135, 

171,174, $11,000; interest $253 

J. Bunn, 17 Normal University bonds, Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 

17, 18, 19, 20, 32, 33, 51 ; principal $17, 000 ; interest $391 

Caiial Interest Certificate, - No. 51 9 

Balances on interest Bonds refunded 



Total. 



Amount. 


$2, 015 00 


1, 007 50 


2, 015 00 


2, 015 00 


1, 007 50 


4, 180 00 


1, 007 50 


3, 022 50 


1, 007 50 


4, 030 00 


2, 015 00 


2, 015 00 
1, 000 00 


1, 002 50 


9, 157 50 


26, 598 00 


1, 002 50 


1, 722 10 
1, 526 25 


43, 989 00 


3, 069 00 


5, 083 33 


11, 253 00 


17,391 00 
20 00 

388 87 


$2, 219, 005 15 



52 



i-< ^ © C>? CO CO 55 
*■* E- t- © rH CO © 

r-T -h" go erf o 0* 

O (71 <fl CO O GO 
CI © CO GO t- iO 



©^G^^co©5$^mc^xt~c?©©©©5oo©« 

^COOOpCQOCO^iOODirjt--^CQOOpG^*^COi--l 

o co t- co <?* o irt -* lo -7- ©> © go o< o co © t- xo o» 

COrt*iOaiCDCOGOCJ^''*CDiOOCDb-OOC4Tf'i-HCD 
•* ©~ Ctt" CO' ©f JO CO' O <Sf ifi © V i-T r-T io" co" ©~ of rJ 



lo io © lo r- © c, -r io o go © co t- -^ co -^ © co co 

rH^^©©©©CO©O$©t~CO©tH©©*r-<a0eO 
^O^C 1 *X©©*Q©COt'-t-©t-->CT©^«i--lC*i--t 

io ci w io t- o o cd to ^ o h ci m n m o "o ^ oo 

©©GOt-r-(COCOCOlOTr©^©GO©COi-l^liOlrt 
0~i-T ©" TjT ©~©f ^CO of ©"©"OO^ 






o -v 

CO T-H 

CO CO 






si. 



IO CO CO H ©* 

cd co co com 

O « Q* H t- 
■*H CO tH © CO 

CO © © OJ i-l 

of r-~© uo cT 

rl CO H (Jl 5 
COiO CO 00 t- 

a 8 * ~ rt ~ 



^ © CO IO GG 
GO © X CO O 

© t- CO © © 

IO O 51 CO f 
MiOt-Hrr 

of Tt^-r-Tco'c-f 



s§ 



CbOlC^HtOCO^ 

ocxxco©r-t-© 



CCOiOHGDCCCOni 



. .. -SS?S 

WHOt-XiftHOO^ 



r x lonooi 



r- d •"!*" -^ (C ITS CJ T-t 



gnf3-gg£ 

<c a> a ®+3 S cs 

<c-ga-g s » a 



P. • jj 



f=i s ■ 






0.15 O 



o a o a .ft 
1? o £■ o 2 . 

5 cs § = r 

° a a P.P 
OmOmH 



c» 0.2* 
^C>3 

eS so 



O o 



o o 
OH 



: a: 5 ai 



^ ,3 

o o 



<-<■*> to a* m m a 

-* t- i- OS rH CO CO 

t-Tth" go'go©' erf 

© 0* G*l 00 © 00 
OS OS CO 00 !- IO 



I CJ rH rl TH 



Oiioooomoff.oD^OHocDCTat'ino-ih 

■*C0in0000OC0'*1.0C0l0t--H0DO00(N- 
" -3 55 t — 



00 ■*?* IO OS CO t 



io ^ io -r o* c. -X) :^^cphow 
itoffi*-»ioinoot-eo45i , HO 



t-1 <N rH 



H!i rll-ICSlH 



cj-gef 

St- • 
oo"2 ? 

« S ©'a 

SB 



2 > 






OOhOO 

oo oo ^ m i- 

co ^h co 00 as 
coo r- © t- 

CO "^ t^ rH CO 

irfuo'co'cT^" 
<« © © co 

■<}■ H 00 C3 



CO - 



ex ** oo © ir. © — x t- — r- © X' ci cr; ^ io co w c- 



CTlC l 3(7l'*CO©CO'^l 



j i^ co o» en a, oi do o co 



<irjooGO©©-fincouoi~wao©GOOiTPcp'-i 



© CO t^ CO Of © rH rr IO -1^ Cf OS 'X ox t- co co i- 

oo oo - ■■ 



^o 

TT CO © CN'Vi"©" Tt* rH"r-i"L0"CO© "©f i-»" 



)iO©©CO©©-^ , '^©UO©©r^XCHTPi 



, CM ' r-< rH O) rH 



; >=s 



S£§ 

•0 p 



IO © OJ rH (N © 

o^coooooo 

CO "* X t-t IO CO 

© co © x r- co 

co" *q v* a* in 

O rH (S C- © 

^ X CO t- 









o-3 



St*WSpO 



S . o pis q.s 

S'S t p s cs- 1 ^ 



pq 



off.& 
B ^^ 



Oofq^Cl? 1,2^ 



og.B esq P. 

. *9*s3S- - -t^oO 



ija^iii 



g 53 g O g 



OOmH 



^3 



OH 



3- - - 3- 23- - 



- i 



ft. » 3- 



53 



oo)*5)ac}^^«onrtaoll?l030ffloo©QDoii^o6oooHH(ovffl^HO!oon^Nl-»rt^oonwo« 

! i-H i-H 1-4 iH ^* t-1 i-I C* iH tH 



C«i-( HH(SHlO^( 



■yft-cioiO'toofOHComr-Htoffitooocotoi^conai^ooOTi't-Nt-mf-H 
own-<j , Ht-HCoioioc3t-cNc3ic<t-OHwncoTf<ctoo5{050ooi-<af*irjMin 

ajopiooJcpn^o^t'tooai'j'McococjCTr-HHO'i't-inoooN^^nciHto 

OrtHMCO^^MWO^inO'tCDOinHfOTj'OCOO'l'COlOrttDt-HIOlA^^CCiO 

■5'^tOTf*r:tciociioo©oiOfioainioo'jOiGoo?:H i** t- o* os m ■<*< o* oi ao 



t-OSHHH 



0* 0*rH rH 01 



t- co^i ** th tm ;o »*o>ot nctco 

t-OQD5JHH<OH(Mflli-IOHei 



"*** ^ CO OS t" ^H 



ft OS 00 O* JO I 



"4J4 HOHH HHlfl 



it-O^gJirtlOf^OJ^'ODiftOOO'vOHOtOt'aOHirjiffiHOOOMCTCDlOOOOOClOOH 



« ao co m io cs cb 



itCHOocoHO'ij'otoaoHioajiooQoWHOocJQt-owwairtnoccot'vaiOjnt- 

lOOCDI-rHTCDOnO OiOCoSnOKMOiOHOJ'fl'OOOi-OI'X'rtCDCOOCHOOTj'^^ 

)OO^OH'flnt»meo oiH^h-mcoi^foooaiOwcoootocDioioioirtt-'^HO 

t-Hi-T *&<OOiO} Ofofin^^Of t-VT t-Tof i-TgO ©fcTi-Tr-i^Cf CO* i-Tof^i-Tocf of ao~^"ao%H~M wo" r-T r-T of of 



tH rH O? 



tor 



3 a v 



SwSc 






a m 

<1? 



teHh} 



O H 



rtOfi: 



S 'J.H 

ga'll 



O C5 

: w> 



- H 
a- « 

Si 



5 H s a j 

RPW/V 



a 5 



d S 1 



d* 



TO b. £« w 



^P-y 



e a 

WW 



fe 5 * += 

I 5 ""?! W 

ca o o r 

> el & 



«P a! P 



-■* 



ODOh 



3 £<; £ 
o 5 S „e> 

g OhH 



® g 

. . P O 

t? ° el- 

UOH 



UP 



OO 



WW 



?TS. »■§.._ 



o a 



- 23" 
WW 



w w 



MH^ffiCNoaijj^o^MCMOG^HOff.no'tcci^-fooo^rt^^oi.THOHt'-O'i'^cDOixi^Htctpciif) 

ocj^ftoiMi-fxonnojajciojcocooofflcooooooooHHwtofHotoon^cit-cDeocoowciweo 

T-tOS0*lO0JCO^i-iC^t-O>^©^C0Tj"T*©r-GDa0OS0*©fr-^©©©incOi^ 

co v (^ ^ co 7. 10 g « ^ o h c^ n- o a; ^ ?M' :) o "o o o co h a h c c (- 1" ^' r. X 1 10 o h 00 ^ ic t^ 10 c! ^ ^ cj h © a) rt 
oooo^iflc*wncoiooncQTfu:rtobtoirtiooW'X)fHOQ^cocDHfflo^wwt-oooo^on 

of r-T i-T r-T of i-T 10 V 00" 10* co" V in <*~ o* of t-T of i-T co -3 r i-T of co" of of of w t^" ^ co" 00" i-T i-T of i-T co" 00" 00 o" ih ^" in s© rn r-T co" 10" 

O^Oi 1-1 ^h 1-1 1-1 "<** 1-1 hj5h 1-1 



«Ht-os«ooiCTr-o^mc:M»ci«Hoajno , i , ooo^ooot-«(owo>OrtOHt*o^ffl , tOQOTi<'i<©«c3iio 
oa^3iC)Wh^cocD?:^ffiC3:(a'o^oocDcooooooooHH©^c^Ho©on^^co»wtocjMCN!Oco 



.*o w 6? ■* co a 10 © <o -t* O H K n> CO C CD r?t f- ( 
©©aooJiOOJcococoioococo-^incoaocoini 



: so co o in co i-t os i-H o o t- m " 

iiOiCXinOQTfQOCCHCDO'* 



5.5 



t- OQOO' 






<Nr-i H^ffiHini'ooinn^in^o?! neiHniiHiManoiOffin^^MnrtHiHHnooexBrt^inoHrtnin 



tH iH oj 



^mj^Sm 



• 



^w3 



9 Si 

a ° c 
*<? 



i-S^s 



S3R 



tcSHPn 



pI 



° 3 • 
§3 



His 

g"3 



si! 



: : s II 



iO o 



a- h- 



O H 



=go -go 



ll^ 



d & 



,3S 
ass's 

etc o g 

a . a^- 

Its & 

OOOh 



ca c o 



&.'£ * ei 



9 to g 



sa 

WW 



fe s ® 



s 


V. 


O 


e 


a 


a 


O 


i4 
c 
+-< 


a . 


t" 








O 


a 



^ id f^t> OS 

! §lp^s 
wr-s «g 

a ^^ « 

OOH W 



r« j "C S a° : : 

33 up ww 



WW 



o s 



WW 



w w 



54 






I 



qo ao 69 *-< « *t« 



Mcrtowtoa) 







* , 1 4 ©©mT-linm , *rcoC0COf-'V 

COO0^©©t-OJCO©cfeO!O!CN©:O©CXCoSl~^O0 
fcj CO rH"£~in~^'":x'~rH"C0~^"'L0''cO~in~CO~C0"-0C r 0f r-^TjT 



ccinoi-HVOHtoioionow 



coco o>ooa> 



©CJJOCOrt 



opoi o* 
do— < o* 



G") 



co 



co 










ks 


s.3 


S 








" 


S 




ffl 




fa 

H 



jn CO CO ■* CO rtrt«V(NCOin<Ne<OQO<X3m^obtoSS^l2SSS£5SSo3°!2j!l§toSS 



ih t-h cot-t •-Tco'cf r-rco~co~r-rt-r 



C8 JStH P • 

fc"o . o a . 
43 a »*cf £ 

o^ Soil 

a d f-0 



S88gSSig8gS8S&S88!888!3S838t8S!3§£SS8ggi3S§3 



1-1 tiooinooonninvart^iaon moO''r©o!t-©r-<m©!r-co"<? 



in ^ 00 00 10 o 
© *t o 03 Ct rH 

OOTjOfflO 



S 1-1 S'* i> ' > ° o> -* m 01 co of in'orco'co" of r-Tco'T-rio-^r-r 



§ J -2 i .sjiTfa ® • § J 



3 Mp g 






99 

fa 

_i © s 
■SI'S 

&'« E 

S M^ 

PMPhM 



© is 

1 - Gjl 

hT-y fa 3 S 2 £ 



* H * js,a; 



«o 



B^Sg^SSJd "1; f'S-S 8,5:3 oH-fi^ 88 

°fg£§2S *• 

£3£di*d^ 
OOHmHPcH 



fc* 



c o 
OH 



<- <c c ^. 



£ £M « M 



Nh 



»- ., 



5?9SSS2iG£;S of -""''o<oo(oo»i-oco5c50iSenc 
£f N ~ '-Ti^'ri't-'cr rn'ro" rt>" m" co" 10" co" co'co" of r-~TtT co"i-Tco~ i-i 



t-t-f ffiOCtl 



5 co go 10 
owoaDtcocDanoHO 

~* — ~, ! X CO — O* c> m CO i~ t- CO 

1 ~, ~j 10 n 1- o i- in t- o o to 



co o CO 

00 oj o» 
cohS) 



H CO riHOI 



rt J!0* * 



'X. x ;'---*ixrtHCi^[ 
i-^-*acwinnoioto^ 



: g -j .x re c w o to e t- o ui © M n 1 



.SS.'S^3;!5S98ffiS2=>c?2S!i3S90?9co« 



f- = SS * =, ft S, «SPS^ 'Z ;-; -'- ,--: ,': h o £ co 3 ol S £ § 3 § 



l^OH 

>rH 00 in 
lt-Urt 



< *- m t- c: t-i co ^f in co m to co~go~*h~£-~V 



1- H CD ^t H ■» 

co in in co o co 

CO CO G} OO CX O* 

CO OS O 00 i-l o« 

rll-MDi-H 

t-Tco't-T m"m"of 



^ p 



6 g8 "3 



I cv 

<5« 



= 5 o 
oPP^ 



g.gj§ S 



s*s-s 

a fa - 



CJ cf 



CO CD ■* i-l 



f- ^ o in 



; t 



= a £ 



Ph o 
t*>*2 fa d a • 



. ^'S 



:* Sf'S^S 0%^ * g ^ o p ^a-2 p-2 g'3 gr wSfl 

: C fa j ■a^ k cu 'cc> 3 i»-^^J5to+^c ,-l 5 c P'' s P<? : !o?i 

i^g^^os^ gfqMo,a;mPoo!»-ilW^<lpw^f5^ 

=" fa % fan "H M =M 

otc< o 1 " S M S 



3 & 3 & ,q - - k ld' 























a 










d 













a: : : 


„ , 


' Z ' " 


' " " 


O 



fa 
H 









• - s- >-. 

g. * CO rM--nS 



M^ 



- „ CD ^ t> 






55 



HMOHMH-*LnH(0!Ot-o!oa3'£o«)fot-0!)aoini'OetoD*H*e<M'*}ii.-. asMoof-not-fomt^t-o! 



00i-lffl(C0O«t-'«'t---HC0-Ht--t--C0-*Or--'*t-'S<01O0DOaDa>00OO0J0<O'fl>0>10OC-rHM05!0(Nn 



Sot © in t- t- o co 
•& © ■-# as © co o 

in e* cp in <o qd co 

(MWinoHHn 

nooivinrtnni'i'oiHviMHt-ort^i-nMt-oiiSHfcDat-ocoi'ctonoSioinnooffifrtiBiNMKoi 

a5-*-*-^-*fei i-H rH~-** aTr-rad© co © cfof co rf of co©t-To*^ T^r-Teo evaded ©co coco" of — ri^inoTccfr- of cc"o"co"V 



i o a ■ 



JOHGOCOOHOOHCnt 



< ^ ao o* o* co co oa lo — - co r- cr- o ■ 



CO CO © 00 TJ GO 1- X ~l 0! 0> L- © t-h r-< co 



C« 1-H 



e» cj 



CO 



O* <-< H i 



HHIM 



1 1,0 



t- r^ W O W 't O 03 Cfi © t- CI CO ■* CO t' LO « C; 'O Ct rj * t' Ct * ©CO OS O^O^COODMOnOHCO'V^IOtDOHMCft^COW 



0)H(0-*10l-lOHOMt^WC»0!00-tOHOC 



SIS 



)C*oiTf^ccirtcof , tinoHci , -a) , vi/3woocjn'-o , ^Ha) 



<<o ^ c h o -j b> h t o m a * 



) o w n o h co o oj w h c c i" o io qo ao lo ' 



_>^uo^©ao©©i~>xi^©^©©*T«'«j«c?:coao*r 

Qt-QOt-CC^MOiHCT^OHW^HlOCOHCOWOH Cj Oi CO H 

Pi-Tr-Tof woo""*" of 



OH^lClfl 



2* no rH -r- r- -* j> c^ o © co t-- e? o t-h m cr- lo -r o »-o og e* re ao © © © o lo en t © — © © © ©oiiOCOT-HifOi-tcooiCSCoco^co 



«iocio^i»obo6HtDcb£oocoint-co 

* t- O »0 CO GO 



>toooimGc&^'*«t-«QOMMt-MNnao)^c v tG x }t-iooHW©^to 



Ha3^^^0H^oocflGoolM^o^(ooH^fflHlnox?:i'^!SHcoco^ooH^^(NCl^nH'trtco'*0'*Hc^? 
co co i- re e> ^ — < <~ re c? o -' re e» o h a j- ■* o t* t "> .<. o ~ — -f ..-■ re e* © m oi lo © oo — i OfTCJnt'H^iTiwoi 

WWOOOWn^WCOO)^CSt-»^OT^HO)OTOCSWHO>Wia^H©OCOOH^CO^ t-Q0l , -«OCOC^a0C«C : «G0t- 

io > e3"cs'co , co'rH"c«'i-r*4'^' ^ © g>? ^r c? co -r ci ■•* cJioi.Or-i' co t^t-h co" t^t-'i.ofcfcVC'f i-^co* crfr-ToT ©fr-'eoTcfV 



la 



^Pm ■ , 
*i . Pi* 

<«3=S'-S 



53^3 



= 1 



> 9~P 
W9pq3 



a ? 



3fc 



P -H - 






3<s3'-3 



> o o o 
)HOrH 



§33 

O +3- 



<4S 



.S-a c 

ill- 

3£ : 



2 K^Sms£ c-g'S a 



2os±^a _ o 
b -f2 P . §3 9 a <3 



a 5 



19 



: 2 "o -M >2 3 =« "K 



Ph So 
c pLi.tr 



<*-t CL £H 



- ^m >^w 






OOO H mH 



»^3 
- - cS e3 cs- 



- cj- O 

3 3 



3 3 



SO Ph 



HWOHMH^mHcoot- © co "o v'j c: e' -r © i- "/j © 'j-.- i.e i- o ej co -r i— < -f c» co -t* ot o o^ © re co t- re © i- g>* © ^e t- t- © op 

coo5t'©©occ^t-coco^ce'X^oouejoo©oc)«coGocococoooco©^i^e^coT^o^ 

coTHG^c»©M^Tt<^^ceiw^-t-©^©r-Tj«r^^c3©co©aocsioo© 

0cOQ*tMiocoHcoxoHoa.'H'5?:iHi"i<'- x t» ?■* r~ - — >.e -h re t— a © <-h -o e? re © ~ x x x -? x e> ?j e? i- © — 1 1-> ro 

~^tti^^^C}r*a$c>n&<XtttonGi eo'cTT-Tof i-T ^"r^crf cn ao ao aT«"ccTco"cN' T-Ti>-""io*orco*"^f cT co"o"co t" 



c* c* 



CO 



-? 



■ e* 



to 



HrtOHMH^^^iaoi^OCOODXOW^Ot-QOCCiOllOt-MfNCO^H'tNM^t 



!ift< 



>©rtooi^ce©c^oo©iQ^-r-i©ao 



Mor-ooo^coi>oc^coTt<eocGoouejGocooc)CO©aowo^ 

C0rHC^G0^«^^C^rHCew^^C0Tr©^Tcj<t^Tj«0^©a0©X(>l00O©C^C^ 

co co pj "*< i-H io © i-H t- co io t-H © ©i i-< © re i-h i— ^ ,-h oc e» e* re © — Lei — > re t- © © ^ © ?? re © © x v. x — x x i - ej i.e © go rH ire 

COCOG^C^e^»OWCe)CeTt'^C^rH^c>trH^OrH^l^Ce^l^©G^©^ 

V 00 V ■•* O ** C?fr-i" rH Th aTi-H CO © CO Co" G>? C>f © CO G>f CO ©" t-h of r-T Tp~ i-T CO oi GO"" 00 C?T Co" <© © of r^ ^" iff cr©"l^C*CO"* !©"«**'#' 
C-irH rHCN rH CO Gt i— ' r- 1 rH t-H rHi-tT-HCHrHT^ 







cd C^ 

?3=s c 



a o 

> cJ 



a P S M M^-tL o 3 4> 5 t. 

g 5 ^g o a * pi p( g a > g -*g += ° ^ 

^ii|i^l?§ilillsi||l 

.s >? a <b a 

°33 



: ^£3: 



;5^h 



3=s3-s 



S g 9 g 

o o o o 
OHOH 



pqo .5 

O-g- 

So 



.■SoS 

ooo 



h 



333" " 



§- P~ 



33 



3 3 



PhPm Ph 



50 



r»iooooHcohn«oo^ooowcot-coio^fioooi , iot"i , 05Hict-o«wo'n't' 



wotoownoooja^conwopo^wwi''.'«i , Mt'C i :ot'Mn'rcoQOQOoiQDrt 
. . to o w i"X - c "i r i- o c f r: *r o r: x x o h o 01 oj a o ?: f: i- t a v (d w ^ uj v 

r-T of C?" of «T of wf CO of V ia V ** of oi of -* i o cf 



OHirtioo©o«noo 
t~-mr-cooo»Tfcor-'Ci 

rinOilOOH^OCO.n 

t-T ©~ of r-T of of of m r-T t-~ V co r-T o" <o~ eo !-J 

«&Hrt C* rH OJrH Olrl HH 



ohnwiocwxtH^^i-rHO'XWHOHint'CDML'sirtOicoMocoaiOWo 

O^(NC-H0;QOJJ^h00L':oh , trH(N , trfOWffl©TC©CDO^HOt*t'n©O 



■8H 



i a; 6 o ci f t^ oo 

u j rH to T CO (7? o co O CJ 
Ot-C^OOCO^CCOl^CisO CD CO CO 

i-Tcoe* o"— r r-T— "co"— T 



511OniH5IMt-Hfl0C000rtOHrtiit-n»IN* 

co r- io c<s i- - ! :i-i-^-»aH?:naHOH!00 



<~sx OS 0* r-t r-t rH si i- 



3 5 5°o~ 



f* to c o o « 5J o "* o oi x i.-, o i- " oj '3j <?n- h n h t o 't c o t i* ?: c; q a h a i . _ 

^030JOOl^HOffJt0OOG0»0J^t««OHfClOHO^OG0«00HfOiCOlQ^ , Wa' 
)OtnOOO^(DStM 

. ^cjtotoojQooiOHin: 
lOHHiooeoofjJVHOt 



;a 



)CiMO?lt'H^(MOO*. 



iionioicrooociom^fo©' 



OCCh BCdCSI'i 



^C>»t-T-ICOO>'.CCO'-'0*-fC/*i~0*rH r-i CO »0 i 



!3l 



'£'5 









bf-C-- 



. as a 



HBB.^Sfi|pa55fi:fi?|^|fiai*5 



J3 u- -U H S 

Ea a ft H P t 



i S °" 

! r3 SJ 05 



£>02 



02 d -p 02 o 



% c ft 



o Soo 



-5* 

,9 Sr° 






£ OHH 1 



Oi)H 






2 a «- 

^ (5 M 

J « « 

M0202 



■jjs. : . £. 



w . « s> _ 



1 : 



O* ■* i-H o o 01 » 



1 to Ov 1- h 10 oi m : 



f»moooHMt-Miooto^oooo»«^toi 



't H O t- « t^ O". 'XI » 1' Cl C Ci fJ 1 CD 00 
rt O O ^ lO h t Cf) H iO J' C CI ?) to ''f t* 



oHiomocbonc 



)CCaO>t<0iMW0DO'*nC<iO' 

lOJCMaottoai' " 



H«0)«OH^ocococ»i^cootO(No^^OTC^^oci^tDi^ni-'tooSnotnciXiO>H( 



^OWHOtfMCini-t-^KHOtO 



Ot iH Ot r-l 



h tN co cj © o © c* t ic ■* * 



o > o 



■fc, 



03S" 



OHIClOOtOOP5MOJO)0:'1*©n!NQDO^ , n(MlO**«t-P50t-«M , *COrHQOO(X)10lOfflt^ 

t- uo t- so o c* -r ao r- — . - > ' - _--f?:-ror: 7, *, r: — 1- ~ . z\ ~ — re r: t- -r ~. -r '.2 :o jo X' r ^ 
rHrtoiiooH'vocOiX)©i^o:o(0[no , ?'»«c5t'iOOii'«^rtf*townonoxc)Hi»oi 

^ o" <NrH~©f<N of «%*"»" ^"Mi-Tr- to nn r* v( p$ of to of ><i~ to~ qi -r *rs •& to~ cf of of ■» irsm 



>rH r-< C» rH MH 



-( 



5* 



©! 



O Q 















Sfijjp 



c > a 



O o 



OO H 






fc - 

S .6 

o a ,° 

OHtH 



83 sh 



H3 

ci.S.^ 



;«Soi 






* 1 

W0202 



,3. ■- - *. 






57 



ODiocfci-i'-Ht-'^'naot-mtO'WOmm 




hj- co t- c-~ r. — ■£■> -~ ~- <- i- -r '^oinci 


O 

t- 


Ol ■"»< tM 


o» 




in 




to 




o 


0* r- rH HOrl^HH COCO 
H rH 


o 
of 

4©> 



OS • 



I (N O ff! H a to o 



cooicocot~©como 

Q H O f t tD r-. .30 C) 

I'coono^ooo 

in"co"GQ"of i-TrHOf 



c< t 



rH CM O! O 

rH rH GO O 

CO f- GO O 
GO O* rH CO 
OOOOt- 

■*" of co" 



.So H , 

_ uw hM fc! *S 2 5-S ? «> 2 



W 



s o 

- 3 £>3- 

i i f i 

I ■ 5 § § 5 



=s £< 



ti ft 

o o 
OH 



R © 



^ 



i I 



3=2 



t»inC6Hrlt-t n oot-fltO'*OOM 

co^inoincorro^rHrHomrfooom 



JOVrt3irf<t>.on^ 



COO CO OO Ol I 

co" co" ©" co" p-T t-T co" of i-T hh" in" co" -<c*~ co" co" 

CJ^f 08 



GOin-fl^rHtrrrCOCOI-CMCO'rHOCSOJ 
M-VOCDOffl^OiHTHOiO-^OXIlO 

coi^corHcoini-inoim , ri*cocoocot~- 

^nt-HOHCOlOCOt-lOCTOOlGCl 

ooonoioeinoH'Havt-ocof 

CO" eg" of CO" rH i-f CO" of rtV in" CO" "3"" Co"co" 



o»eo 



CM 




a- a 



££ 



JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 



ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-^o 
— oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 



oooooooo-^' 



,-0000001 



35 OOOOO00OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 



o~o iflooooocioioooow(OHooco^^ni'iftoooNoiOH«jno«inoofl) 



«^C<rH OCN rH 



I- t- •* rH <N IO TH 



• O O O O O O ( 



JOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 



•OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

'000 00 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-*>o 
■ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

■OO-^OOOOOOOOiOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

■ o"o"to"ofeoin o"o"o"o o"hh o"o"oo"Tt"" i-T pf r- in o~o" ©"«"©" in~rH~irf 10© iri"iri" ©"o^oi" 



■ 1-1 CN CO CN rH T ■* ■* T< 1-1 CO >T3 Ht< 



t- I- ■<)< rH CN lO rH rH 



Kate of in- 
terest 



©o©©oo©o 000000000 00 r- 00000 000 ooooooooooooooooooooooooot- 



02 fc 



pqfn 



W: 



&9P 



bf* 



a 



« g cSqicS cS 

>5(»2 t»5 I >i>5 

.a.g-c.go.g.a: * 

a a o s . 3 p j^ 



i e 



Ph^ 3 

<D ~ GO 

.d d "H 
w « a' 



°§ 

n- M ' 

: g t>^PH 

O2_03^ 5 



h d 2 

ft* 8 

^'d o 



T3H C3 

ca 3S- 

•00 o fj - 
sPhm 
"B - 
P/3 ef 

02 g-rj 

g'3 'H : 

a o s 

cj O c5 
PhPhR 



G cc 

cd -g 

13 

"5 02 
0+5 

c3t3 






1 .a 



02 5 
Jsh: 



.as 



• a- 



®« Ed 

-s.al- 



a H.CU Q.CB 



1=1.3 B 

o a o b 
02 502 3 
.S»h.Sh; 

.as.aaj 

s-sa., 

C3rrJ 3rH 
T3 flrr- d 

. alUs- 

'2 o'S o 
02 



S.S Si 
5gH 



32 o 



'§ * § pi 

3o2 cS H 

a^3l 



.a 



S_cu EL^ 
- 0Q02P 



■Sri-** 

2 cS eg 

__, CCr-1 CS 

2 n.S w 

lli.2 

p. 1 -' 

Tf. 






< .a- - 

<4H 3 

o c? 



M 



!g|I.s! 

gtioPPi-iop 
pq s sn c s c s 1 

t 8 pi's 0.9* 



r* 

*^ 1 a 

a J o 

=H S C" 

o O 



tei-i 



II 

Sc? 

02H 






. f=" 



H OfiOHrH 



**ri 



flc3 



ts- - 



13 fc cu 

I: of-;:: 
pq pq« 



».«.... 



let 



59 



oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 



oooooooooo* 



;©©©■©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© — © © © © ■ © — -. — ■ © © © © © © © © o 



oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 



ciHwr-^^wotwwwcoonHHiHWfflWHCi 



OOOOOOOO lOOOOOOOOO 



HHHH1<^^WClrtrtWHNWHt-OWin 



©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© ©©©©©© ©©©©©©■©©©© ©©©©©©©© © © © © 

© © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © © CP& © Q ©© © © OO© ©©•"©© ©J© Q 



o o o © o o o © o © c © o o o o © o o 00 o © o o o o o o © © o © oo < 



;©©©©©©©©©©; 



© © © © © o © © o © © © © © © © © © © © © o © © © © © o © © o © © © © © © © © ©■ © ~ © © © © © © © © 



©©©©©©©©< 



>0OO0000O0O©©0OO©00OO©O000 o ©©©©©©m©©©©©©©: 

r©"io"©"L^©"^"o"o~©"©"©"^r^o"r^"©"©"».""i.':'©r— fo"w©*"i 



, © © © ■ I.", © © © © © I-* ~5 CI © t- 1- - . - . 



iHHHt^^WWHL'jnrlClClHh'CWli; 



©©J>©t*©©©©©©©©©©©©©©l^©l-t-»©©©©©©©a0©©©QO©©©©©©©©©QOl^0O0O©CO 



®Z "^ 



p| a =* 
g d > § 

W ISP- 
S'.?;* P- 

HPwPO" 



bs 

^ 9 

■ P =3 

Ifisfa 

pIhsIs 1 

-co -o-^O 

.,* p._ .S'S ^ 
OSUcssSp 

p a a 9 Sg"§- 

|-2 -.i-SP o- 

£ C 2 ^ P . © 

d S a^ ^ d rt 
PoWPqSpV 



p s 



w. 



a_ - . 



© u o.ss 8.2 

p pp>-^.s>- 

2 m 2i_3 fi SuJ 

fi- - "E'fi C.9 .: 



• 2 st ,— 

H 3.3- ; a 

— p K s 

5 ^ I 

* 9 s "3 

«'s S M - 

P O ° © 

_- ©"O __; r 

■a +j _- ^h 

§ p 9 ,0 

F-5.ea! 






Pn 



Ph P-i cc -x m a: 



: .9: M --3S: 



r=< t*. 



psjp 

x^£ 

sx 5 

c « ^ 
x S ' 

cs c3 2 c ° 

td <? s' s c -"? 
" P5 -g g K^ 

1 -A" ,g. rr-P-g 

©~ O ^+£" c ^° 

Ph P4 pec Whs Pi 



Wp 



,3 3 



p © 

, . P M 





».a 


Is* 




Ro 


o.S- 


a.S< 


^ 


^ 


■s p: 

9 &: 


p s- 





O O 


OH 


OH 



^ 



§•? 



•<)3 : s o m=s 2* 

r*P c gfci;Z3'-<ijrt©P '3^. • TV'S 9 

^Sl's-aPlislSa-g-S- gall 

»S I P MJ1 o S s o P « P 3- o c£ J 
P o P'S 

US' 



P a«"8 



P« : 

00 

OH 



P=S 
o £< 

"S p: : : : 
p ? 

o o 

_oh 



: S 1? r© C5 

iHF^P> 
o - 



i««Saa 

lU'S 2^2 

1 o P § a- 

-o >=d « "33 8 

gP,J]PH<l<)pt ( PV(>- 

PS 



1-S £§ 

C"tJ o P 



IS 



fS r = 



p.° 

mH 











-*- 














e 














f- 










c 


r- 














B 


i 




















P 













g: : : : : : m; 
P H 



----- o, 



- - a 



+3 








^ : 


- © - - 





5 



60 



■a 



oooooooooxooooooooo 

ooooooooooooooooooo 



go © m o 
O Ort o 



ooooooooooooooooo 
oooooooooooooooo© 



oooooooo© -.oooooctooocoooot-ooooooooooooooooo© 

OOOOOOOOOiCOOOOCiOOOOOOO^OOOtr; — OOO — ooocooooo 
OOOlOCOOOOOCCOOOOCCOOO'rOOOOO<OOt— ooooooooocoooo 



oo^o^ooor-cnEOtntHOi 
HoncDoontiinonHciK hi 



(fomoaoflaoHcoi'j^oooTfXflH 



oooooooooooomooooooooo 

OOOOOOOOOOOOr^OOOOOOOOO 

OOOOfMOOOOOOOOt-OOOOOOOOO 
©©000©0©0©©0-HOO©i-0 0©©0© 
©O©©G0©©OTOOOOO©Ot-OO©O© 



oooicvHininiOH^omoo© 



ntoOHOioo 

C* HHOMK 



oooooooo 
0000=000 

oooooooo 
oooooooo 
oooooooo 

o" ©*" u$ •& •* od ©f t-T 

ooi>o<c!Hni» 



Rate of in- 
terest 



Ot-r-COCOOOOO!00000000©OOOOOOOOOOOOOaooDOOCOOOOOOOOO 






d 
o 



2C 



w '3 3 

H^ JJ 4) ;g - 

2 l"3r2~ 






S£ 







0«2 

§21' 

-* .2 i 

<H O «.' 

,M|_J g"! 

drew£ 



9 J 



- -3 



tf P4 O 



9-5 
or 



HP 



a. 2 

53,3 

Oo 



o P ^ _^ 



P 02 



_- I 



« C8 



a 5 






.1-1' 




: = 




3 










c 

c 
y 

Z 




> 








a 






























c 




e 

'5 




a 
■8j 
























d d 



r _ « - - a 



61 



OOOOOOOCDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 

oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 
oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 
Ssoooo ©©©©©oo©©©©©o©©o©oo©o©o 2 £ S ° — ° ° ° © © © © © © © o © © >©©©©© 



o e o o o © c 
Soooooo5ooooo6o6oco6bbobobo6o6c6cooooo>oo6ooo6oo6i 



(^^MrtTHHWHMWOiO X3 0trlHHU3Gt O r-4 "<f Ci©COCl , «*'C*©MrHC3u'5 i-l CO t- O ^mr-irNC'lC'JCOCO 



©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©o©©©©©©©©©© ©©©©©©©©©©©©©© ©©oooooooooo 

©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 

©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 
©©©©©©©©©©©©o©©o©oo©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© ©©©©©©©© ©©©©©©© 
©o©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© moqooooooQioooin 

~©"t-' irf©~co~ © ©"©"^©"of ©"©"10"©"©"" lOOHo'oo'c^offiod'h 



• CJoonrtWOHOooo-rono 



Vt-i6imcOHHrtClHnClOO tOWrtrHHOWO 



conc*TC*wnHnio H^t^m 



• iO t-4 01 C* S* CO CO 



©©©©00©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©C000CO©Q0©©©©©CO©©©©CO©©©©©a0©©CD00 



_p 3 £ a> 
ra-W BW- 

3 *> m" 
>2 «a >>« 



,a 8 
-a pi 



.2Ph 



m w = o 
•S b t>S bc 
3 S-!h fe' 

o of 2" «f 

c|§l : 
WOP-iO 



9 5 cs,a- 
I o -t § 

r? a 3 

(-5 g».g- 

wooo 



-ew g 

I'Sft 



P o 
•8* 



dip 



IS 



„ ° u 

.2 tea. 

C e3,Q. 

RON 



»2 

-2- - H« 
3 5 a 1 " 



P- ca 

SIS - 
ggSS" 

CO a I* 3 

R a « 



* ^»5i3 



*0„-rf 



<kPh 



a ef'3 - 






£0£o 

■ a o 3 a S ° 
« a m B m e o 
g a a M ss (-oj 

Pn s . a> > a-a 

.5 fcta txa St2- 
o a « a oSBii ■ 

•i ^ ■* S s o o 



sPOccH MccWga^jPi 




rS o E £ 2 S" os'S" = 
SfnMoMM Po t» 






a 2 ^> * >r, h a a 



5 "° 



^rS 



:<)<J 



&S1 
PWh 



a te- 3 -^ 



c 3 & 
iziPnO 



eSPLi, 
Si 






Hi® "a ■ cs -g 
| aag'SiKg 



||1- ilfg : 'l 

■g o 3 -g la 

aft *H a =H ft 



a a: 



<|p; 



o o 



HO m H 



e o a 
H OH 



•2- - - xts : : 




a- - - °mz : : : : o. . 


. .. 


M M,-) ^" ' 





:::::. 3 '-; ' 

a O C^h as - 

g-- - ca- k a a 
3 ^ ^3S 



- - P" 



62 



ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 



ooooooooooooooc 



>OOOO0O0O0OOOOO0OOOOOOO 



ooooooooooooo 1 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

iQOOOOt-OOOiOlOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOr - 



QOCJOO^OOOhCO'ttOOi 



l^ffiOOOOOWOLOOOOOOOOlfiOlNiOirtOO 



oooooooooooo 
oooooooooooo 

oooooooooooo 
oooooooooooo 

lOOOOOt-OOOlOlOO 

cf o" d o~ ©" •**" ©~ o" o" t-~ oo" •*"* 

oo«MHt-nHHW(Ma 



■oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 
•oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

■ 00000000000000-000000000000 
■oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 

■ ooocooooooooooooooooooooooo 

CO COlOlOOOCOCC^OCCH^HH o t- r- t- o o 



Kate of in- 
terest 



OOOOOOOOOCX)OO^OOOOOt-OG0OOOO00O00Oi>Ot-t-a0t-OOt-t~* 



Id 



o 
D 



SQ 




£ £&■ - - -3 - 

co o 

3 3 3 






63 



ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooo 



©ooooooooooo 



ooooooooooooc-ooooooooooooooooooooooooc 

ooooooc^coooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc 
oo©oooTt«ir5©ooooo©o©oOooooi.ooooo©o©ooo©©ooe__... ._ 
oo»o©©©oit-©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©<M©©©©©©©©©©©©in©©©©©©©©©©©©© 

©" cT -*" r-T of ©" Ot or©"©""©'"©"' co" »c" i o" o" i-T i-T ©"©"" < 



wnn-vHOHrHOoioo <M© © © o* co 10 o* © o* th c-o* 



__>©©©©©©©©©©© 

)©©©©© LO ©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©■ 
■ >©©0*©©©©©©©©©©©©in©©©©©©©©©©©©© 

> ©"c?rc^^~co~©~^irf ©~^©~ ©~©~t^^~ of co~ ©*"©*"©" of ©"©"©" ©""»o"irf ©%■*" 



U3 



KOHOHCM gSO HH^lrt WHIfJC* 



©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 
©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 

©©©©©©o?co©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 

©©©©©©-* l.O ©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 

©ir;»o©©©C^t^©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 
©"©" "* t-T cf ©"of ©~ ©~©~ ©""©" co"io*irf ic t-Tt-T ©"©" ©~ ©"cT 

WMN^HOHriOlOinin OJ© ©©OJCOlTSOJ© 



'©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 
'©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 

'©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©© 
• o©o©o©©©©©©©©© ©©©©©©©©©O 
■ ©©©©©©©©©©lO©©©©©©©©©©©©© 

'©" in ic ©*" t-" ©" ©" ©" o" »rt of co ©~ ©~ ©" cm" ©"©"©"©" *n in ©" i-T 



W COOJlQrH 0* 



(H^lfJ(^H«(^ 



©©©©©©©©aot^aooo©ooooooooQoao©ao©©m^'cc>©QO©©t-©©©©©©©©©©©©©©©Qoco©co 




QOH 

















"c 




c 


. 





- - >J- - 






.a 
6: 



64 



oooooooooooooooroooooooooooooooooooooooo 



OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' 



>oooooooooooooooooooooo 



ooooooooooooooo-^oococ-oooooooocooooooooo 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOir;0(WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC;0000000 
OOOi-hOOOOOOOOOiOOC^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOCO 

ow i-T -i r i> odirf cf of id" ©"*-""©""©' w^cfdoocindin ed c c o'c c d ic'c c c" o"d t-*c o" 

f-OT ^ rlrH HWOHMWWCinono H^WCT KCOH rilTJOO r-t o* 



OOOOCOCOOOOOOOOMOOOOCCOOOOOOOOOOOOO 
000000000000000"*O000000O0O000000< " 

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC. _ 

© o o © © © o © o o © o © ir: o rr* © ■ © © © © © © o o — ■ o © o © o o o o o 
©©©i-h©©©oo©©©oi-coco©©l-:©ooo©oooo©c©©c 



) © © © 

5 © © © 

> © © o 

5© © © 

©" o~ i-T V t-"" ocT id" of of id" ©" i-~ ©" ©*" ud tjT ci ©" oo" ©~ ud ©" ud ed ©*" o" id" ©" ©" ©" o" ud ©~ ©** ©*" 



I lH i-.©t©*H00OtO*C*Wi«P3© 



noon 



rl lO © 



Rate of inte- 
rest 



©©©©©©©©©©*©©©©©©CO0OaOGOQOOOOOODXQOi>t-©©©©COQO0O©©© 



•si 

I 

d 

o 

Q 



^ 






S o 
a * a - 

CIS B tj" 

P£§t= 

e. S3 a 



s=>, 



cc ft 09 

SeJd 
J 3 g cs « 
DO fl 13 S p 

& cure w>§ 
j.S §.9 S 
3 S a St> 

5Hafis.j 

.ajjlll 

rs h eg n h « 



3 J « cs.a a 



lis 

> a> 



S a 
5]" ° 



kS 



,.3-Ol. no- 
i 3*S «- M- 



a a'« 

R affirt - 

—2 _d a 

c -h o a "3 

bJD B M o! g - 

O Ij O.Shl 



.JCC 

a co 



^g 



t sis 

K § H H 

a a s 1 * 
eez- d a- 

SB* *^ 

ill'll 



pi 



13$: 

So 

<£.& 

= 1::: 

£ o 

OH 



o "s3 






o e" 



, t o'j;cicc;oS2S.S«i;"i 
g& « p 2 J3 9 p g B § Sfl Eo^S 



3.3- 

P,a- 



^ 2'S 4 



c .3 o o 
OOOH 



- - - a; 



> II 

i- - +^ a- 



*: : : 



a- — 



•° a 

i- 1 

a. c: 

OS 53 



^^ 



F ^ 



I 



65 



40, 000 00 

50, 000 00 

50, 000 00 

100, 000 00 


CO 

at 

CO 

m 
oa 

co" 
c. 

CO 

cc" 




:< 








00 

CO 

CO 




40, 000 00 
50, 000 00 
50, 000 00 
100, 000 00 


00 

in 
in 

CO 

to 

















o o 

-LJ l-< 

2<8 



Z20* 
*^ i> 

ch<5 

82" 

gj? 
g«j 






t 3 CD 



L— 8 



DO T3 



66 



No. 14. 

Statement of the aggregate amount of State taxes charged, the amount of 
abatements, commissions, etc., deducted, the net amount collected, the 
amount paid over by collectors, and the amount remaining unpaid in 
each county, for the year 1870. 



Counties. 



Adams . 



City of Quincy . 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland. .. 

DeKalb 

DoWitt 

Douglas 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Favette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Km.x 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston — 

Logan 

Maeuu 

Maconpin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Mass.ie 

McDonough. . 

MuIIenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mei cer 

Monroo 

Montgomery . 

Mor an 

Moultrie 



Amount 
charged. 



Ab'tem'nts, 

commis- 
sions, etc. 



$44, 097 10 

41, 570 55 

10. 185 34 
16, 131 08 
15,627 12 
11,015 89 
45, 674 35 

4,214 76 
19, 416 86 
17, 770 59 

37. 186 66 
28, 925 55 
17,261 66 

14, 922 44 
17, 576 95 

27, 584 74 
558, 778 58 

11, 864 47 
11,781 03 
29,216 17 
16,387 38 

15, 356 47 

24.187 14 

28, 681 72 
7,631 75 

17,288 02 

19, 163 36 

13, 950 13 

7,961 02 

42, 752 43 
7, 340 95 

25, 565 86 
21,101 11 

7,931 82 
39,581 19 

2, 808 91 
18, 122 95 
45,074 98 
35, 504 76 
21,358 19 
10, 349 47 
20,004 56 
19, 460 38 
22, 048 39 

6, 891 96 
50, 305 44 
22. 888 37 
16, 151 25 
49, 976 38 
18, 667 37 
74,991 04 
12,253 18 

30, 872 74 
44, 828 55 

31, 355 92 
33, 244 76 
47,346 6i 
71, 467 93 
26,381 77 
19,866 73 
23/814 03 

5,441 71 
35, 463 75 
30, 427 47 
73, 065 72 
15, 307 30 
27,906 84 
13,053 17 
28, 780 53 
49, 152 88 
12,735 85 



Net amount 
collected. 



|2, 078 76 
8, 769 42 

455 13 
2, 017 40 

885 00 

926 23 
2, 092 52 

214 37 
1,012 16 

777 45 
2, 372 81 
2,084 72 
1, 133 93 

915 85 
2, 802 27 
2, 028 72 
53, 680 94 
1, 090 90 
2, 186 25 
1,531 58 

1, 363 67 

2, 058 24 
5, 808 66 
3,284 40 

326 11 
4, 506 70 
2,444 70 

781 08 

451 92 
2, 590 93 

302 15 
1, 768 86 

1, 040 45 

392 43 
2,063 13 

193 49 
1,719 48 

2, 683 97 
1, 705 03 
2,393 57 
1, 468 64 

3, 523 33 
1,551 12 
1, 572 05 

819 64 
2,941 92 

1, 368 00 
814 32 

2, 365 30 
867 95 

4, 713 92 
1,045 30 
1,468 11 
2,541 75 
1,611 72 
4, 900 31 
4,288 58 
7, 305 73 

3, 437 97 
913 08 

3,231 30 

393 29 
2,924 15 
1, 504 66 

4, 999 57 

1, 492 06 
1,381 35 

2, 528 26 
1,386 23 j 
3,849 19 
1, 369 46 



$42, 018 34 
32, 801 13 
9, 730 21 
14, 113 68 
14, 742 12 
10, 089 66 
43, 581 83 
4, 000 39 
18, 404 70 
16,993 14 
34, 813 85 

26, 840 83 
16, 127 73 
14, 006 59 
14, 774 68 
25, 556 02 

505, 097 64 
10, 773 57 

9, 594 78 

27, 684 59 
7, 848 26 

13, 298 23 
18, 378 48 
25, 397 32 

7,305 64 
12,781 32 
16, 718 66 
13, 169 05 

7,509 10 

40. 161 50 
7, 038 80 

23, 797 00 
20, 120 66 

7, 539 39 
37, 518 06 

2, 615 42 
16, 403 47 
42, 391 01 
33, 799 73 
18, 964 62 

8,880 83 

16, 481 23 

17, 909 26 

20, 476 34 
6, 072 32 

47, 363 52 

21, 520 37 
15, 336 93 
47, 611 08 
17, 799 42 
70,277 12 
11,207 88 
29, 404 03 

42, 286 80 
29, 744 20 
28, 344 45 

43, 058 05 

64. 162 20 

22, 943 80 
18,953 65 
20, 582 73 

5, 048 42 
32, 539 60 
28, 922 81 
68,066 15 
13, 815 24 

26, 525 49 

10, 524 91 

27, 394 30 
45, 303 69 

11, 366 39 



Amount 
paid. 



Amount 
due. 



$42, 018 34 
32, 801 -13 

9, 730 21 
14, 113 68 
14, 742 12 
10, 089 66 
43, 581 83 

4, 000 39 
18,494 70 
16, 993 14 
34, 813 85 

26, 840 83 
16, 127 73 
14, 006 59 
14, 774 68 
25, 556 02 

505, 097 64 
10, 773 57 
9, 594 78 

27, 684 59 
7, 848 26 

13, 298 23 
18, 378 48 
25, 397 32 

7, 305 64 
12, 781 32 
16, 718 66 
13, 169 05 

7,509 10 

40.161 50 

7, 038 80 
23, 797 00 
20, 120 06 

7,539 39 

37, 518 06 

2,615 42 

16, 403 47 
42,391 01 
33, 799 73 
18, 964 62 

8, 880 83 
16,481 23 

17, TOO 26 
20, 476 34 

6, 072 32 
47, 363 52 
21,520 37 
15, 336 93 
47, 611 08 

17, 799 42 
70,277 12 
11,207 88 
29, 404 63 [ 
42,286 80 
29, 744 20 
28, 344 45 
43, 058 05 

64. 162 20 
22,943 80 

18, 953 05 
20, 582 73 

5, 048 42 
32, 539 00 
28, 922 81 
68,066 15 
13,815 24 

26, 525 49 
10,524 91 

27, 394 30 
45, 303 69 
11, 366 39 



67 
Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry . . . 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph . . . 

Richland 

Rock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson . 

Tazewell 

TJnion 

VeruiilioE . - . 

Wabash 

Warren , 

Washington. 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside . . . 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago. . 
Woodford . . . 



Total .' #3,188,389 16 



Amount 
charged. 



745 50 
662 03 
540 92 
832 65 
210 66 
394 00 
641 45 
376 13 
959 72 
826 63 
337 34 
692 50 
984 90 
396 22 
630 39 
233 10 
843 29 
318 97 
668 86 
621 75 
051 26 
176 70 
035 00 

005 87 
408 60 

006 13 
508 07 
817 75 
894 73 
897 89 
812 26 
743 79 



Ab'tem'nts, 

commis- 
sions, etc. 



$1, 823 01 
3, 638 20 

1, 027 07 
1, 049 21 

2, 342 80 
1, 076 34 
1, 597 67 

443 16 
6, 903 85 

685 12 
1, 987 60 

375 07 
6, 335 22 

925 01 

820 28 
2, 002 08 
1,268 62 
8, 115 44 

1, 782 79 
4, 326 65 

646 42 

2, 815 07 
358 27 

1, 608 89 

2, 803 32 
2, 445 02 

584 60 
1,581 06 
2,078 24 
1,357 16 
1,839 56 
1,161 41 



$269, 317 85 



Net amount 
collected. 



$34, 922 49 
58, 023 83 

11, 513 85 
15, 783 44 
32, 867 86 

6, 317 66 
3,043 78 

6, 932 97 
18, 055 87 

12, 141 51 
28,349 74 

6,317 43 
78, 649 68 
15, 471 21 

9,810 11 
29,231 02 

13, 574 67 
57, 203 53 
32, 886 07 

34, 295 10 
10, 404 84 
41, 361 63 

6,676 73 
29, 396 98 
17, 605 28 
13,561 11 
11,923 47 
32, 236 69 
42,816 49 

7, 540 73 

35, 972 70 
22, 582 38 



, 911, 895 86 



Amount 
paid. 



$34,922 49 
58, 023 83 
11, 513 85 
15, 783 44 
32, 867 86 
6, 317 68 
3, 043 76 
6, 932 97 
18, 055 87 
12, 141 51 

28, 349 74 
6, 317 43 

78, 649 68 
15, 471 21 
9,810 11 
29,231 02 
13, 574 67 
57, 203 53 
32, 886 07 
34,295 10 
10, 404 84 
41,361 63 

6, 676 73 

29, 396 98 
17,605 28 
13,561 11 
11, 923 47 
32,236 69 
42,816 49 

7, 540 73 
35,972 70 
22, 582 38 



Amount 

due. 



, 911, 895 86 $7, 175 45 



* Suit pending in Central Division Supreme Court for amount due from Collector of DeWitt county. 



68 

No. 15. 



Statement of the aggregate amount of State taxes charged, the amount of 
abatements, commissions, etc., deducted, the net amount collected, the 
amount paid over hy collectors, and the amount remaining unpaid in 
each county, for the year 1871. 



Counties. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland . . . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Eranklin 

Eulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grund5 r 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston . . . 

Logan 

Macon. 

Macoupin.. .. 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. . . 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. . 



Amount 
charged. 



|59, 379 06 
54, 033 61 
13, 993 20 
21, 266 78 
21, 783 79 
15, 406 45 
64, 860 01 
5, 836 25 

26, 098 82 

27, 397 11 
57, 554 96 
44, 157 43 
24,696 49 

20, 322 74 
24, 642 73 
45, 984 23 

797, 116 86 

15, 000 99 

16, 738 00 
41, 054 75 

24, 052 42 

21, 695 04 
32,691 07 
43, 914 73 
11, 024 67 
20, 712 60 

28, 968 75 
20, 940 28 

9, 848 00 
62, 747 05 

9, 798 35 
33, 657 32 

25, 629 87 
9, 845 56 

55, 548 25 
3, 824 47 

25, 808 66 
60, 395 33 
54, 262 26 

27, 986 22 
14,351 86 
24, 963 67 

28, 338 57 

30, 673 25 
8, 385 86 

78, 398 72 

31, 563 26 

22, 635 35 
67,791 26 

26, 661 90 
109, 577 98 

16, 278 71 
42, 279 22 
65, 449 06 
46, 910 60 
50, 160 38 
65, 546 41 
97, 197 17 
32,430 46 

29, 922 96 
34, 542 95 

7,341 83 
48, 912 15 
40,501 19 
109, 450 52 
20, 780 45 
39, 595 19 

17, 009 75 
39, 691 10 



Ahatem'nts 

com'issions, 

etc. 


N"et amount 
collected. 


Amount paid. 


$3, 379 03 


$56, 000 03 


|56, 000 03 


9, 607 02 


44,426 59 


44, 426 59 


716 70 


13,276 50 


13, 276 50 
16 612 55 


996 08 


20, 787 71 


20, 787 71 


1, 589 43 


13,817 02 


13, 817 02 


3, 998 55 


60, 861 46 


60,861 46 


304 00 


5, 532 25 


5, 532 25 


1, 088 43 


25, 010 39 


25, 010 39 


5, 467 80 


21, 920 31 


21, 929 31 


4, 297 42 


53,257 54 


53,257 54 


5, 668 74 


38, 488 69 


38, 488 69 


2, 518 26 


22, 178 23 


16,727 10 


1, 659 86 


18, 662 88 


18, 662 88 


3, 492 20 


21, 150 53 


21, 150 53 


4, 164 32 


41, 819 91 


41, 819 91 
183 189 36 


1, 077 15 


13, 923 84 


13, 923 84 


2,341 72 


14, 396 28 


14, 396 28 


1, 673 10 


39,381 65 


39,381 65 


2, 423 99 


21, 628 43 


21, 628 43 


1, 400 60 


20,294 44 


20, 294 44 


5, 914 07 


26,777 00 


26, 777 00 


3, 357 77 


40, 556 96 


40, 556 96 


458 79 


10, 565 88 


10, 565 88 


4, 328 54 


16, 384 06 


16, 384 06 


3, 712 73 


25, 256 02 


25,256 02 

16, 023 95 

9,159 00 


689 00 


9, 159 00 


4, 159 03 


58, 588 02 


58,583 02 


882 55 


8, 915 80 


8, 631 58 


2, 429 86 


31,227 46 


31, 227 46 


1, 045 75 


24,584 12 


24, 584 12 


628 63 


9, 216 93 


9, 216 93 


4, 693 63 


50, 854 62 


50, 854 62 


215 25 


3, 609 22 


3, 609 22 


3, 120 39 


22, 688 27 


22, 688 27 


2, 812 61 


57, 582 72 


57, 582 72 


6, 319 53 


47, 942 73 


47, 942 73 


3,209 52 


24, 776 70 


24, 776 70 


1, 553 31 


12, 798 55 


12,798 55 


4, 175 99 


20,787 68 


20, 787 68 


2, 363 92 


25, 974 65 


25,974 65 


1, 867 71 


28, 805 54 


28, 805 54 


903 20 


7, 482 66 


7, 482 66 


5, 821 84 


72, 576 88 


72, 576 88 


1,991 11 


29,572 15 


29,572 15 


1, 560 88 


21, 074 47 


21, 074 47 


3, 039 92 


64,751 34 


64,751 34 


1, 041 01 


25, 620 89 


25, 620 89 


11, 387 25 


98, 190 73 


98, 190 73 


923 43 


15, 355 28 


15, 355 28 


2, 075 02 


40, 204 20 


40, 204 ao 


6, 294 88 


59, 154 18 


59, 154 18 


2, 854 56 


44, 056 04 


44, 056 04 


11, 972 77 


38, 187 61 


38, 187 61 


4, 459 40 


61,087 01 


61, 087 01 


9, 000 79 


88,196 38 


88, 196 38 


3, 541 92 


28, 888 54 


28, 888 54 


2,338 23 


27, 584 73 


27, 584 73 


6, 864 06 


27, 678 89 


27, 678 89 


505 58 


6, 836 25 


6, 836 25 


5, 459 74 


43, 452 41 


43, 452 41 


1, 758 03 


38, 743 16 


38, 743 16 


10, 474 88 


98, 975 64 


98, 975 64 


2, 379 67 


18, 400 78 


18, 400 78 


3, 466 38 


36, 128 81 


36, 128 81 


3, 439 81 


13, 569 94 


13, 569 94 


2, 470 69 


37, 220 41 


37, 220 41 



69 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ode 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam .... 
Randolph.. .. 
Biclilan (1. . . . 
Pock Island 

Saline 

Sangamon . . 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark'. 

St. Clair .... 
Stephenson .. 

■Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion 

Wabash 

Warren. . . :.. 
Washington . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside .. 

Will 

Williamson . 
Winnebago . 
Woodford... 



Total. 



Amount 
charged. 



$70, 625 74 
21, 037 84 
56, 107 98 
82, 844 39 
18, 665 04 
34, 368 78 
001 24 
359 48 
983 33 
534 82 
470 98 
459 85 
144 22 
742 25 
518 41 
130 22 
546 55 
062 12 
377 16 
382 04 
887 02 
876 35 
285 19 
767 82 
198 50 
119 04 
879 97 
485 38 
391 36 
448 59 
952 10 
760 00 
773 45 
760 44 



45 

9 

6 

10 

34 

17 

44 

8 

118 

23 

15, 

41 

19 

104 



$4, 525, 964 59 



Abatements 

com'issions, 

etc. 



$8, 068 37 

1, 463 35 
3,221 32 
4, 771 60 

2, 620 34 
1, 806 29 
3, 187 12 

1, 222 93 

2, 224 66 
457 41 

10, 454 49 
635 60 

3, 824 75 
628 44 

12, 288 51 

1, 509 39 
1,821 48 
3, 220 15 
2,038 13 

14, 820 43 

2, 958 88 
11,907 73 

870 37 

3, 882 92 
414 66 

3, 491 41 

4, 546 23 
4, 769 82 

2, 407 46 

3, 552 70 
2,766 60 



2,664 14 
1,907 45 



3, 253 16 



Net amount 
collected. 



1!'. 
52 
78 
16 
22 
41 

8 

4 
10 
22 
16 
40 

8. 
106 
21 
13 
37 
17 
89. 
45, 
48 
13 
58 

9 
41 
24 
18 
15, 
45. 
5& 



557 37 
574 49 
886 66 
072 79 
044 70 
562 49 
814 12 
136 55 
758 67 
077 41 
016 49 
824 25 
319 47 
113 81 
229 90 
620 83 
725 07 
841 97 
339 03 
561 61 
928 14 
968 62 
414 82 
884 90 
783 84 
627 63 
333 74 
715 56 
983 90 
895 69 
185 50 



109 31 
137 98 



Amount paid. 



19 

52! 
78, 
10! 
22. 
41. 

8. 

4, 
10, 
22. 
16! 
40! 

8. 
106. 
2li 
13 
37, 
17, 
89. 
45, 
48, 
13, 
58, 

9, 
41, 
24, 
18, 
15. 
45| 
59, 

7, 
52, 
32, 



557 37 
574 49 
886 66 
072 79 
552 52 
562 49 
814 12 

136 55 
758 67 
077 41 
016 49 
824 25 
319 47 
113 81 
229 90 
620 83 
725 07 
841 97 
339 03 
561 61 
928 14 
968 62 
414 82 
884 90 
783 84 
627 63 
333 74 
715 56 
983 90 
895 89 
185 50 
494 29 
109 31 

137 98 



, 325, 912 50 



Amount 
due. 



5, 492 18 



2, 000 00 



4, 265 71 



715 01 



536, 005 12 $041, 706 31 



70 

No. 16. 



Statement of School Fund, Tax levied in the year 1870, showing the aggre- 
gate amount charged, the amount deducted for abatements, commissions 7 
etc., the net amount collected, the amount paid to each county, etc. 



Counties. 



-Adams 

Alexander . . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . 
Christian ... 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford . . . 
Cumberland 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards. ... 
Effingham . . 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton . . . 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson .. 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefterson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess. . 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee . . . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston.. 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin. . . 
Madison .... 

Marion 

Marshal] 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonpugh . 
MeHenry . . . 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie 



Amount of 
Amount abatements, 
charged, commissi'ns, 
etc. 



8, 
171 

3 
3! 

8: 

5, 

4, 



, 359 28 
, 133 96 
, 963 44 
, 808 36 
, 389 52 
, 053 64 
, 296 84 
,974 40 
, 4G7 88 
, 442 04 
, 900 16 
,311 28 
,591 52 
, 408 28 
, 487 60 
,931 88 
, 650 60 
, 624 92 
,989 60 
, 042 28 
, 725 08 
, 442 20 
, 825 16 
, 348 24 
, 319 36 
, 896 44 
. 292 36 
, 449 52 
, 154 60 
, 968 80 
, 866 40 
,511 12 
, 440 56 
, 178 84 
864 28 
, 576 28 
, 869 24 
,924 56 
, 571 72 
, 184 48 
, 155 24 
,987 84 
, 784 12 
, 120 60 
,478 60 
, 042 56 
, 969 60 
,377 32 
i, 743 80 
, 074 16 
, 770 20 
, 499 28 
, 793 40 
, 647 96 
,229 16 
, 563 04 
,990 12 
, 117 48 
, 112 84 
,327 40 
, 674 46 
,911 92 
, 362 32 
:, 481 76 
, 709 96 
, 586 72 
, 016 36 
, 855 56 
, 123 96 
:, 918 72. 



$2, 514 98 

110 77 
413 18 
231 24 
179 80 
522 20 

44 96 

260 28 
143 95 
545 40 
344 20 
246 46 
238 43 
817 47 
550 04 

15, 395 09 
305 22 
641 26 
401 20 
294 89 
591 96 

1,733 42 

937 20 

65 25 

1,221 38 
670 74 
195 13 

111 08 
570 64 

72 12 
340 16 

261 31 
94 28 

534 44 
42 32 
473 43 
706 20 
427 63 
682 67 
417 75 
750 51 
422 88 
431 21 
228 07 

636 06 
322 48 
210 11 
600 77 
218 73 

1, 199 07 
286 27 
392 74 

637 28 
413 24 
409 37 

1,204 55 
2, 039 82 
992 70 
267 58 
691 82 
97 54 
480 33 
380 68 
907 65 
161 27 
347 86 
850 01 
346 78 
556 97 
386 74 



Net 


amount. 


$23, 844 30 


3 


023 19 


4 


550 26 


4 


577 12 


3 


209 72 


13 


531 44 


1 


251 88 


5 


714 12 


5 


323 93 


10 


896 64 


8 


555 96 


5 


064 82 


4 


353 09 


4 


590 81 


7 


937 56 


156 


536 79 


3 


345 38 


2 


983 66 


8 


588 40 


4 


747 39 


4 


133 12 


5 


708 78 


7 


887 96 


2 


282 99 


4 


097 98 


5 


225 70 


4 


097 23 


2 


338 44 


12 


583 96 


1 


896 68 


7 


526 24 


6 


249 81 


2 


346 28 


11 


644 40 




821 96 


5 


102 85 


13 


163 04 


10 


496 93 


5 


889 05 


2 


766 73 


5 


404 73 


5 


564 96 


6 


352 91 


1 


892 53 


14 


842 54 


6 


720 08 


4 


759 49 


14 


776* 55 


5 


525 07 


21 


875 09 


3 


483 93 


9 


106 54 


13 


156 12 


9 


234 72 


9 


819 79 


13 


358 49 


19 


950 30 


7 


124 78 


5 


845 26 


6 


635 58 


1 


576 82 


10 


431 59 


8 


981 64 


21 


574 11 


4 


548 69 


8 


238 86 


3 


166 35 


8 


508 78 


14 


566 99 


3 


531 98 



Amount 


paid county. 


$1S, 598 75 


3 


583 13 


5 


425 25 


4 


629 02 


5 


328 35 


13 


535 70 


3 


172 65 


6 


641 25 


5 


429 58 


11 


241 CO 


8 


928 93 


7 


925 27 


6 


615 72 


6 


395 06 


9 


460 51 


60 


617 65 


6 


384 01 


5 


161 67 


9 


329 06 


5 


909 95 


5 


616 75 


5 


927 15 


9 


592 68 


3 


135 25 


6 


465 45 


8 


779 85 


3 


628 97 


5 


964 55 


15 


365 69 


4 


266 86 


7 


986 60 


5 


891 36 


5 


392 66 


13 


862 43 


2 


096 81 


5 


336 10 


11 


913 41 


11 


262 56 


7 


610 02 


5 


881 86 


7 


916 75 


5 


626 50 


10 


978 13 


5 


504 35 


11 


202 17 


9 


197 25 


5 


129 54 
233 95 


13 


7 


584 24 


21 


803 74 


5 


126 8S 


19 


218 33 


10 


530 89 


8 


730 21 , 


9 


425 41 


13 


974 10 


14 


996 90 


8 


699 19 


6 


830 89 


6 


145 60 


3 


748 74 


10 


490 57 
552 49 


9 


37 


213 58 


4 


698 91 

954 87 


7 


5 


193 40 
535 10 


9 


10 


299 28 


4 


304 72 



Amount re- Amount paid 
ceived from j county over 
county over | amount re- 
am't paid. ceived. 



5, 245 55 



1, 249 63 



3, 640 37 



1,542 60 
" 7.1 35 



2, 625 23 
504 51 
394 38 



4, 953 40 
"48998 



4, 360 53 
"283 99 



71 
Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike ...-. 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Bichland 

Pock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon . . . 
Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson. . 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion . . . 

Wabash 

"Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

"White 

Whiteside... 

Will 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago.. 
Woodford . . . 

Total. ... 



Amount 
charged. 



$11, 306 28 

18, 972 96 

3, 858 76 

5, 179 28 

10, 834 04 

2, 275 08 

1, 428 16 

2, 269 56 

8, 069 64 

3, 946 64 

9, 334 60 

2, 059 20 
26, 149 20 

5, 045 00 

3, 270 88 
9, 610 20 
4,567 16 

20, 098 16 

10, 667 36 

11, 883 60 

3, 400 40 
13, 592 84 

2, 164 60 
9, 540 28 

6, 279 56 

4. 924 96 
3; 848 64 

10, 405 44 
13, 813 76 

2, 737 84 

11, 634 56 

7, 305 80 

f981, 137 52 



Amount of 


abatements, 


commissi'ns, 


etc. 


$468 07 


861 00 


277 00 


215 19 


462 02 


306 81 


380 21 


118 45 


2, 069 64 


167 49 


500 86 


86 99 


1, 428 11 


227 99 


111 98 


531 48 


218 51 


2, 159 55 


461 44 


662 37 


159 48 


585 85 


78 55 


413 89 


623 98 


412 79 


136 27 


394 73 


528 14 


388 76 


467 24 


293 30 


$67, 419 36 



Net 
amount 



, 838 21 
!, Ill 96 
, 581 76 
, 964 09 
,372 02 
,968 27 
, 047 95 
,151 11 
, 000 00 
,779 15 
, 833 74 
, 972 21 
, 721 09 
,817 01 
, 158 90 
, 078 72 
, 348 65 
, 938 61 
, 205 92 
,221 23 
, 240 92 
, 006 99 
, 086 05 
, 126 39 
, 655 58 
, 512 17 
, 712 37 
, 010 71 
, 285 62 
-, 349 08 
, 167 32 
, 012 50 



$913,718 16 



Amount 
paid county. 



$10, 

15, 

5, 

4, 

13, 

5, 

2, 

2, 

8, 

5, 

10, 

5, 

16, 

7, 

4, 

10, 

4, 

15, 

11, 

10. 

6, 

12, 

3, 

8, 

7, 

8, 

7, 

10, 

14, 

6, 

9, 

7, 



924 71 
030 24 
771 81 
771 79 
189 98 
472 00 
570 55 
661 45 

274 67 
515 37 

275 71 
686 99 
015 56 
026 13 
024 58 
073 46 
389 44 
859 26 
556 31 
387 87 
968 08 
996 80 
347 27 
851 91 
872 53 
450 61 
055 98 
196 63 
620 57 
800 94 
315 87 
907 63 



Amount re- 
ceived from 
county over 
am't paid. 



3, 081 72 
"i92 30 



8, 705 53 



2, 079 35 
""83336 



10 19 
"87448 



000 00 $143, 403 46 



Amount paid 
county over 
amount re- 
ceived. 



$86 50 
2,190 05 



2, 817 96 

3, 503 73 
1,522 60 

510 34 

2, 274 67 
1, 736 22 
1, 441 97 

3, 714 78 



2, 209 12 

865 68 

994 74 

40 79 



1, 350 39 
3," 727 66 



1,261 22 



2, 216 95 

3, 938 44 

3, 343 61 
185 92 

1, 334 95 

4, 451 86 



895 13 



$129, 685 30 



72 



No. 17. 

Statement of School Fund Tax levied in the year 1871, showing the aggre- 
gate amount charged, the amount deducted for abatements, commissions, 
etc., the net amount collected, the amount paid to each county, etc. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Alexander. . 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. 
Christian. . . 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford. .. 
Cumberland 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

Du Page 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham. . 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton. . . 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson. . 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson. ... 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess . 
Johnson. . . . 

Kane 

Kankakee. . 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence.. . 

Lee 

Livingston. . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin. .. 
Madison. .'. . 
Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie 



Amount 
charged. 



$25, 
3, 
4, 
4, 
3, 

14, 
1, 
5, 
6, 

12, 
9, 
5, 
4, 
5, 

10, 

177, 

3, 



•20-2 
109 
555 
840 
423 
■413 
296 
799 
088 
789 
812 
488 
510 

476 

218 
137 
333 

719 
123 
344 

821 
264 

758 
449 
602 

437 
653 

188 
943 

758 
479 
695 

187 
344 
849 
7:i."> 
4-21 
058 
219 
189 
547 
297 
816 
863 
421 
014 
030 
004 
924 
350 
617 
395 
544 
424 
146 
505 
599 
200 
049 
676 
631 
809 
000 
322 
017 
798 
779 
820 
094 
075 



Amount of 

abatements. 

commiss'ns, 

etc. 



$1, 977 46 
125 69 
455 58 
188 44 
180 13 
539 89 
42 61 
202 81 
257 44 
606 84 
652 75 
336 62 
250 87 
729 92 
594 01 

17, 713 71 
216 41 

498 70 
306 59 
229 67 
278 70 

1,274 11 
684 69 

61 82 
824 68 
694 98 
465 34 
127 36 
550 60 

66 21 
194 77 
194 43 
109 95 
845 29 

33 03 
637 07 

499 42 
536 40 
656 08 
328 24 
544 70 
464 94 
366 90 
175 62 
896 41 
296 06 
165 30 
531 39 
190 98 

1,258 38 
183 66 
360 68 

1, 084 24 
403 06 
442 68 
885 66 

1, 784 04 
718 78 
257 11 
494 39 
88 52 
386 88 
331 73 
956 45 
139 35 
301 54 
729 91 
346 87 
641 09 
294 47 



Net 
amount. 



$23, 225 34 
2,983 87 
4, 100 18 

4, 652 36 
3, 243 51 

13,873 43 

1, 254 31 

5, 596 91 
5, 830 80 

12, 183 12 
9, 160 01 
5, 151 46 
4, 265 25 
4, 746 20 
9, 624 67 
159, 423 37 
3, 117 11 

3, 220 82 

8, 816 65 
5, 115 29 

4, 542 42 

5, 990 53 

9, 074 11 
2,388 06 

3, 778 12 
5, 742 50 
4, 188 02 

2, 061 08 

13, 393 16 
2, 692 03 

7, 284 59 
5, 501 10 
2, 077 93 

11, 498 75 
816 85 

5, 098 17 
12,921 78 
11, 521 88 

5, 563 08 

2, 861 04 
5, 002 78 

5, 832 50 

6, 449 34 
1, 687 86 

16, 525 51 
6, 717 98 

4, 864 74 

14, 533 29 

5, 733 86 
23, 092 26 

3, 433 82 
9, 034 08 

13, 459 96 
10, 021 50 
10, 704 04 
13, 680 18 
19, 815 32 

6, 487 98 
6, 392 41 
7, 181 81 
1, 543 00 

10, 482 48 

8, 668 51 
23, 365 87 

4, 478 49 
8, 497 38 

3, 050 05 
8, 473 37 

15, 053 51 

4, 380 61 



Amount 
paid co'nty 



$17, 142 49 

3, 432 39 
5,263 44 

4, 467 27 
4, 722 46 

12, 067 46 
2, 980 89 
6,339 61 

4, 804 89 

12, 890 77 
8, 952 59 

7, 527 26 
6, 491 30 
6, 574 58 
9, 142 91 

78, 434 08 
6, 139 07 

5, 034 18 

8, 802 37 
6,056 43 
5, 623 59 

5, 414 15 
8, 777 76 
3, 119 43 

6, 335 36 

8, 638 89 
4, 642 48 
5,919 15 

14, 539 52 

4, 504 43 

7, 695 54 
5,878 53 

5, 881 31 

13, 362 16 

2, 438 80 

4, 812 09 
13, 100 14 
12,358 92 

7, 950 51 

5, 924 42 

7, 976 49 

6, 093 79 
10,731 14 

4, 870 12 

11, 793 19 

9, 567 54 
4, 392 11 

13, 044 48 

7, 590 27 
21, 152 78 

5, 160 52 
10, 162 80 
13, 486 24 

8, 614 53 
9, 185 71 

12, 596 00 

13, 686 40 

8, 429 83 
6, 035 05 

6, 926 78 

3, 623 50 

9, 345 86 
8,911 12 

18, 346 93 

4, 498 05 

7, 070 96 

5, 516 25 
9, 590 24 
9, 725 84 
4, 600 20 



Amount re- 
ceived from 
county over 
am'nt paid. 



6, 082 85 



185 09 



1, 805 97 



1, 025 91 



481 76 
80, 989 29 



14 28 



Amount 

paid county 

over amon't 

received. 



576 38 
296 35 



4, 732 32 



472 63 

1, 488 81 



1,939 48 



1, 406 97 
1, 518 33 
1, 084 18 
6, 128 92 



357 36 
255 03 





•$448 52 
1, 163 26 


1, 478 95 


1, 726 58 
742 70 


707 65 


2, 375 80 
2, 226 05 
1, 828 38 




3, 021 96 
1, 813 36 


941 14 
1, 081 17 





1, 136 62 


5, 018 94 


1, 426 42 




5, 327 67 



73 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph. .. 

Richland 

Pock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon... 
Schuyler. .. 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark' 

St. Clair .... 
Stephenson . 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion..- 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside.. 

Will 

Williamson. 
Winnebago. 
Woodford — 



Totals $1,006,179 20 



Amount 
charged. 



468 40 
409 84 
147 80 
415 28 
000 24 
079 92 
551 84 
341 08 
660 24 
879 96 
809 80 
942 76 
337 44 
140 04 
454 80 
124 88 
306 04 
196 00 
863 76 
528 08 
174 52 
948 44 
266 32 
026 48 
417 76 
219 00 
086 96 
988 60 
767 12 
613 32 
171 88 
724 56 



Amount of 

abateme'ts, 

commiss'ns, 

etc. 



764 55 

402 11 
219 17 
375 28 
247 18 
477 36 

85 05 

2, 267 76 

124 57 

636 25 

117 27 

1, 928 11 
184 07 

98 43 

659 34 
148 93 

2, 696 38 
790 41 
747 32 
156 08 
677 54 

65 23 
496 96 

660 14 

403 17 
181 53 
498 73 
523 03 
261 33 
512 61 
267 27 



Net 
amount. 



$11,991 32 
17, 645 29 
3, 745 69 
5, 196 11 
9, 624 96 
1, 832 74 

1, 074 48 

2, 256 03 
5, 392 48 

3, 755 39 
9, 173 55 
1, 825 49 

24, 409 33 

4, 955 97 

3, 356 37 

8, 465 54 
4, 157 11 

20, 499 62 
10, 073 35 

12, 780 76 
3,018 44 

13, 270 90 
2,201 09 

9, 529 52 

5, 757 62 

4, 815 83 
3,905 43 

10 489 87 
13, 244 09 

2,351 99 
11,659 27 

7, 457 29 



$69, 041 33 $937, 137 87 



Amount 
paid co'nty 



$10, 411 
14, 032 
5, 220 
5,154 
11, 818 
5,016 
2,612 
2,375 
8,127 
5,596 
8,905 
5,549 

14, 672 
6,271 
3,888 

10, 748 
3, 820 

15, 453 
10, 705 
10, 144 

5,918 

13, 051 
3,285 
8,197 
7, 720 
8,742 
7,063 

10, 100 

14, 506 
6,744 
9,461 
7,775 



Amount re 
ceived from 
county over 
am'nt paid. 



$1, 580 24 
3, 612 55 



267 86 
'9,737 13 



336^96 
5, 046 34 



2, 635 85 
'219 16 



2, 197 89 



$900,000 00 : $151, 641 73 



Amount 

paid county 

over amo'nt 

received. 



1, 474 41 



2, 193 76 
3, 183 79 

1, 537 66 
119 40 

2, 735 26 
1, 841 22 



3, 724 01 


1, 315 25 
531 .76 

2, 282 53 




631 80 


2, 899 74 


1, 084 03 


1, 962 60 
3, 926 46 
3, 157 66 


1, 262 84 
4, 392 69 



318 54 



$114, 503 86 



Note. — Abatements estimated for the counties of Bond, Cook, Ford and Williamson. 



74 



No. 18. 

Statement showing the amount of interest on School Fund, and the amount 
of School Tax Fund distributed to the several counties in the State, for 
the years 1870 and 1871. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign . . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland - . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar.. 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Eayette 

Eord 

Franklin 

Eulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefterson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough . . 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. . 
Morgan 




437 15 

508 27 
113 20 
923 71 





1 


871. 






Interest. 


Tax. 


Total. 


$1,039 31 


$17. 142 49 


$18, 181 80 


208 10 


3, 432 39 


3 


640 49 


319 11 


5 


263 44 


5 


582 55 


270 84 


4 


467 27 


4 


738 11 


286 31 


4 


722 46 


5 


008 77 


731 62 


12 


067 46 


12 


799 08 


180 72 


2 


98Q 89 


3 


161 61 


384 36 


6 


339 61 


6 


723 97 


291 31 


4 


804 89 





096 20 


781 54 


12 


890 77 


13 


672 31 


542 77 


8 


952 59 


9 


495 36 


456 36 


7 


527 26 


7 


983 62 


393 55 


6 


491 30 


6 


884 85 


398 60 


fi 


574 58 


6 


973 18 


554 31 


9 


142 91 


9 


697 22 


4, 755 28 


78 


434 08 


83 


189 36 


372 20 


6 


139 07 


6 


511 27 


305 21 


5 


034 18 


5 


339 39 


533 67 


8 


802 37 


9 


336 04 


367 19 


6 


056 43 


6 


423 62 


340 95 


5 


623 59 


5 


964 54 


328 25 


5 


414 15 


5 


742 40 


532 17 


8 


777 76 


9 


309 93 


189 12 


3 


119 43 


3 


308 55 


384 10 


6 


335 36 


6 


719 46 


523 76 


8 


638 89 


9 


162 65 


281 47 


4 


642 48 


4 


923 95 


358 87 


5 


919 15 


6 


278 02 


881 50 


14 


539 52 


15 


421 02 


273 09 


4 


504 43 


4 


777 52 


466 56 


7 


695 54 


8 


162 10 


356 40 


5 


878 53 


6 


234 93 


356 57 


5 


881 31 


6 


237 88 


810 12 


13 


362 16 


14 


172 28 


147 85 


2 


438 80 


2 


586 65 


291 75 


4 


812 09 


5 


103 84 


794 23 


13 


100 14 


13 


894 37 


749 30 


12 


358 92 


13 


108 22 


482 02 


7 


950 51 


8 


432 53 


359 18 


5 


924 42 


6 


283 60 


483 60 


7 


976 49 


8 


460 09 


369 45 


6 


093 79 


6 


463 24 


650 60 


10 


731 14 


11 


381 74 


295 26 


4 


870 12 


5 


165 38 


715 00 


11 


793 19 


12 


508 19 


580 06 


9 


567 54 


10 


147 60 


266 28 


4 


392 11 


4 


658 39 


790 86 


13 


044 48 


13 


835 34 


460 18 


7 


590 27 


8 


050 45 


1, 282 45 


21 


152 78 


22 


435 23 


312 87 


5 


160 52 


5 


473 39 


616 14 


10 


162 80 


10 


778 94 


817 64 


13 


486 24 


14 


303 88 


522 28 


8 


614 53 


9 


136 81 


556 90 


9 


185 71 


9 


742 61 


763 66 


12 


596 00 


13 


359 66 


829 77 


13 


686 40 


14 


516 17 


511 07 


8 


429 83 


8 


940 90 


365 89 


6 


035 05 


6 


400 94 


419 96 


6 


926 78 


7 


346 74 


219 68 


3 


623 50 


3 


843 18 


566 62 


9 


345 86 


9 


912 48 


540 26 


8 


911 12 


9 


451 38 


1, 112 33 


18 


346 93 


19 


459 26 


272 71 


4 


498 05 


4 


770 76 


428 69 


7 


070 96 


7 


499 65 


334 44 


5 


516 25 


5 


850 69 


581 44 


9 


590 24 


10 


171 68 


589 65 


9 


725 84 


10 


315 49 



75 



Statement — Continued. 





1870. 


1871. 


Counties. 


Interest. 


Tax. 


Total. 


Interest. 


Tax. 




Total. 


Moultrie 

Ogle 


$260 99 
662 33 
911 24 
349 93 
289 30 
799 67 
331 75 
155 86 
161 36 
501 67 
334 39 
622 99 
344 79 
970 98 
425 98 
244 00 
610 73 
266 13 
961 50 
700 63 
629 79 
422 49 
787 97 
202 94 
536 67 
477 30 
512 34 
427 79 
618 20 
886 41 
412 33 
564 80 
479 43 


$4, 304 72 

10, 924 71 

15, 030 24 

5, 771 81 

4, 771 79 
13, 189 98 

5,472 00 
2, 570 55 

2, 661 45 
8, 274 67 
5, 515 37 

10, 275 71 

5, 686 99 
16,015 56 

7, 026 13 
4, 024 58 

10, 073 46 
4,389 44 

15, 859 26 

11, 556 31 
10, 387 87 

6, 968 58 
12,996 80 

3, 347 27 
8,851 91 

7, 872 53 

8, 450 61 
7, 055 98 

10, 196 63 
14, 620 57 

6, 800 94 

9, 315 87 
7,907 63 


$4, 565 71 

11, 587 04 
15,941 48 

6, 121 74 
5,061 09 
13, 989 65 
5, 803 75 
2,726 41 

2, 822 81 

8, 776 34 
5, 849 76 

10, 898 70 
6,031 78 

16, 986 54 
7, 452 11 
4, 268 58 

10, 684 19 
4, 655 57 

16, 820 76 

12, 256 94 

11, 017 66 

7, 391 07 

13, 784 77 

3, 550 21 

9, 388 58 

8, 349 83 

8, 962 95 
7, 483 77 

10, 814 83 
15, 506 98 

7, 213 27 

9, 880 67 

8, 387 06 


$278 90 
631 20 
850 77 
316 49 
312 51 
716 5.4 
304 14 
158 37 
144 02 
492 76 
339 31 
539 93 
336 46 
889 54 
380 21 
235 73 
651 63 
231 60 
936 90 
649 03 
615 06 
358 80 
791 30 
199 17 
497 03 
468 06 
530 03 
428 22 
612 37 
879 53 
408 91 
573 62 
471 43 


$4, 600 20 
10,411 08 

14, 032 74 
5,220 10 
5, 154 50 

11,818 72 
5, 016 53 
2, 612 14 

2, 375 43 
8, 127 74 

5, 596 61 
8, 905 69 
5, 549 50 

14, 672 20 
6,271 22 

3, 888 13 
10, 748 07 

3, 820 15 

15, 453 28 
10, 705 15 
10, 144 91 

5,918 18 

13, 051 74 
3,285 12 
8, 197 98 
7, 720 22 

8, 742 29 
7, 063 09 

10, 100 33 

14, 506 93 

6, 744 68 

9, 461 38 

7, 775 83 


$4, 879 10 
11, 042 28 




14, 883 51 




5, 536 59 


Piatt 


5, 467 01 


Pike 


12, 535 26 




5, 320 67 


Pulaski 


2,770 51 




2, 519 45 


Randolph 

Richland 

Koek Island 


8, 620 50 
5, 935 92 

9, 445 62 
5, 885 96 


Sangamon 

Schuyler 

Shelby 


15, 561 74 
6, 651 43 
4, 123 86 

11, 399 70 


Stark 


4,051 75 


St. Clair 

Stephenson 

Tazewell 


16, 390 18 
11, 354 18 
10, 759 97 
6, 276 98 


Vermilion 


13, 843 04 
3, 484 29 




8, 695 01 


Washington. . . . 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside 

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

Woodford 


8, 188 28 
9, 272 32 
7,491 31 
10, 712 70 
15, 386 46 
7, 153 59 
10, 035 00 
8, 247 26 


Total 


$54, 564 93 


$900, 000 00 


$954, 504 93 


$54, 564 93 $900, 000 00 


$954, 564 93 



76 






O ■ 

9 cD 

CD r-J 

S © 
co © 

.5 * 

fct-P 
a h 

3=8 

© T- 

p<S 

•+= O 

CO 



































2l^£2iC^?3^£; l £ ^ ' ,frIl ~ c;0 " 7H ^ 10GO ' ,r, 00{Ct*01HCOOrlOnrtO^'OCU 



> QO C* CM TP 1 
i I7J t-h C 

■con t 



. ^lOOClCOrtOOCD-.. 

'- 9 — " ' ^ ~ =T- .9 = — ~ '~ ' ~L- <~ .L '~ ~ — '■' '- '■ : ~ ' ~ ' ~ ~ ■'"• ^ ctj 



inHHitctaiocjiOi'ocofBOHi 
> m i~ oo 1- cr. — -? x< -;t ?> o o © co *-h c 

30SrHCOCOO^COOi*3'COCOaDGiUOCO'*CSC?**3<COir:COi-lt~i--THT-HC 



>-<CO i-i r-< 



(NO>'-1CO t-1-1 ©J(M iCr-ISO 






lO^tNnwinno 

HtOCOi'OClin 



1-H (- 

■* CM 
■H CO 



^-2 © a s^s 
» a g o _g 
^, S © ,- >§ 3 



r-CO^-^CSt-COCi 



t co h t- ?: ^ ^ 10 

OO CM -^ tH tH CM CM — I 



■» o H d to 
a to .=" g'g 

CD C*H CD O Ct -r* 



COnCOCOOCCtO 

tscon^nt-ooo 
IO -** rH w-vio 

r*<M 



I'SgSp'^ 



co 









10 










OS 








•* CO rH CM 03 



CM CO CO CO Ci 



Si ' 



- - 

ft-H CD 



® * © 5. fl ^ 



oioi<ocoHr-QOi 



hoc: 

<x c x 

aj 01 i' 



I 5t oj o aD io o o co 10 7J ro t- H o o l-:- to o -r ;i CD H oo ^ 



Cl^C11*HtD(JlHt-COCOCDT)<tt-COCCCJOCOt-OOiC 



JCOOtOOtOO 
. .Jt-OOCOCOCC^ 

( 00 o o c? co co *f o t x x 7> ~ to i- c r. r- ;i ^ 1- x 7; 1.7 c. co to co 

OOtOOQCOCDOOCOnO) , «'HOt*00'J , *tOCiW^M'1 , t'0-1'CDCDOH 



10 o f* to to to h ■ 



1 ro t-h o x -v 7? ~o c: >.o : 



COHHV CM t- tO 



tH tO i-l rH 



CM £- rH CO tOrH H(N 



Hj'H^NHCDt-OWHl-moiffiQODWncOiOCOMOCDH.^MiOi'^^-j^tot, 
QintBWCDOCOf-CDHCOCOC^CO^ir'COCO^iO^'tO^WOOCOH^HiOr-tOcr.CO 

^^tOHrooH^^HOfflocciritoaooaciwwHio^coH^coh 

1 "■ O CO r0 <- i- i'j C< H o« 0* H n ^ CO H O CO ro O CO H ic - ' 
rH IQ CMCOCM rHTflOrH 1- CO 



® K d © 

JSag 
< a 2-s 



CM lO 



to t- i 



t- CO rH CM 



10 ?- to a; to 
© r- © *o 4* m co 



if 



■tHOOtDH'trtO^COCOOCO-t^HOCOHOCti^t-iC^lOOn-t^Cl-OCD 
OCO^kO^^(X)COlOHinOH/OHQCOQOO^«^HOGCTWW'1 , '1 , CN- , 1 , OOC* 

(ontoftiftCTWQOffiiNCHhco^ajionHHtoioo^ocotocowtoinoof- 
t- to co ro v. 7. ~ © — ro i- o> 7' © x ^ v. 71 ~> © © x 7' <- <- © x ;f y, 1.7 w t- to i- 

Ht'OO^OQ'-X)O^OXOtOQ^^tOQOOt"COflM«HCCit3iCOQH^HCO 



COOD CilOrHTfrH-H-OSt-T 



rH CM C3 « CO H CO H CMCMrHlOrHtO 



?2t 






;«*-^ 



Sflfl^CiH 






a © : : : S . 

fl<H f^ rt! Ci^ ei^cw 

CJ © OOo o ° 

i <w ft "« Pi a P 



So 



iO^H OS- 



s : = ifc 



^H^H 

















1 












a 

c3 






d ^ 


npaig] 
stian 


3 ; - : = & 


. 




£ 6ft. - 




o 


Oh 3j 

ponpqc 


O O 


a 


,2- ©ifl 





77 






P Hr n 



o g 



g~ a 

■gsS 



cflaiO'*iowac)C)f-oo!OHO{ooiirtHcjOTOxmLOffl'i , cDmW'i , oDLitOrHOMoa)0'tcoHHOioa)©a30Hin 
«i-rtiOH^*j^ooCTooioio-*i , p:«H^a)Ofa)t'coa!oooa3^o^toirt^QOHOi!:ioom«!OHoir.QDoino 

: X-' X "! *»^ = 1. t- i- 7* ~ 0! >~ CC Vf 1- ~) UO 



> © t- rr i- x — »': o ~) o -r "/j -^ cc cr. — --z i- t- cc cc :o i- ~ ; • — cc - • t- -:> c X7' x • 



HI'HfiQOt'rtTncOhHIGCOl'GOOr 



• oi':n?5rtooi , ©ooH' 



CO CM CD rH GO CO (MrtH H(Mt-HO 



i cm cm rH cm 10 co cm c* cm * * r- * ^fri^t'nwoDHtonnio^ 





050 
CO t- 

Tf QO 
lOCO 




Tf Tf CM 

■* * CO 
rH -* (?) 
00 
















O 13 
OS CO 

** rp 

W 

'J' 






o en 

CC X 

X T 
1- ■.0 














o 
:/. 

if) 






o 

T 
CM 






OCT 

OCl 

CO c> 

CO C! 

m co 
th"co" 










751 86 
734 55 
494 78 
262 25 
462 93 

90 87 
253 81 

80 17 










©CM 
Oi if) 

r~ t- 

rH C-- 

■* Tf 




rtrtO 
CMOlrH 

0003 
QOHH 
00 














ooco 

T-l O 

Ol CO 
CM 

CO 




C0-* 

t-co 

CO t- 












<* 

CD 
CO 




o 
o 

CO 

If) 






lO i-i 

C) If) 

>Q CD 
CO r*" 










■*r-*-«*<C$lf>lfir-Ol 

COCT-VCOUOCOifjOO 

OlfOr-ICOi^OlCOt- 

oot-ococomo 

CO ^t 1 Gl Gl CO O 












O 

as 

cc 




co ■* t- 

CD CD CO 

o co as 
to 














t-CC 
ICrH 

IOtH 
CD 




5)rt 
i- CO 

■* 00 
■* lO 












o 

in 




o 

CO 
CO 








CO 

o 










io-*OtHOiif>aoi- 

COCDt'CMCOCOrHO 
OOrHCDCDl-CTCM 

r- o cd ■* ir- th oo 








OHC( 

tomto 
Hinco 

O CO 




m 

CO 

in 
in 


















Si 

m 

r- 


o 
o 

gj 












00 

■* 






ooooooo 

If) t- -V rH 1£0 

■* ■*,-< lf> t- 
Cl rH 1- 00 CO 

rH <rjiH 
co~ 


co^Hoinon 
o> ih r- oo o •* co 

CO Ol l- CO CD lO 00 

CO If) CO CO CO if> *CH 
Ifl rl rt rH rH 


if: 

^< 
a* 

1.0 


CO O O CO o 
O If) O GO O 

Oi rH GO CO CM 
GO CO ^ tr * 

coco 








c 

a 

c 


C 
1 -I 

• c 

5 r- 


H -1 

<Mif 
co t 
x fr 

TT l- 


* if 

>cc 

-> 
a 

a 


cc r: 
— it 

;- l- 

o c 

CC t- 


c 
r 

S 

-t 


- 

L' 

C 
1- 

- 


1- 

- 
_c 


3 

I- 

s 

c 
cl 

i 


)CC 

h ac 


- 

>lf 

- 

cc 


- ir 

> if 

:/ 
i if 

1 t- 


o 
- 


— c 

! 0! L" 
-1 - 

ro -j 
i- a 

too 


i 

c 
>.- 

i 


a 
- 

if 


> ~ 
. — 


>lf 




- 
~ 

C 

c 
c 

-f 


> if 

c 
if 

r- 


J - 

- 

.- 

1C 

s 


a 

>c 
to 


r 

- 
r 
r 

i- 


T- 

> 



if 

c 
)lf 


If 


- 
- 


~t - 

If! Z 
IHO 


1- 


ie» 

- 
- 

JO 


- 
* if 

- 
> a 

1 -i 


> 

i 
t 


CSC 

r^ if 

b cc 
r" j 

m r 

C3S - 


>if 

- 
c 

F 


)C 

- 

- 
- 


If 

-1 
S If 

■-; 


- 

-' 

)C 

- 
r 


cc 


CO ~ 

rH :' 

O -f 
co c- 
1- f 

in o 


intOHCTinc 
co t- co co ■* ir 

ifi cm tr e-j iri c 

OiHt-H'INh 
^ i- rJH CD rH 0* 

rl t- rH IfliH C 


— 

IT 

■- 
cc 

If 


at 

c 
If 
c 





H03fOi©COCJOnOlOCDt'0 , f l S(NCOC'030H 

CCtnotOOCO^COHCIHQOf-t-OtlOCOOffl 
HWOJ 00 G^ t™ T-l CO i-H t- tO i-i GO CO ^P 



Oi^OT-ICOi>G>it^C>GOl^^^OT-'OTHr'TrC>t^f^GOGOTHGO^^T-lTH 

IrtOlCOt-'WCJiO'TtOO^cOGO^OH^QLOh-OCOOOOlOOOO^Ot- 
CItH COt-It-1 WW i-l rH Ht-rH CO CM i-HlOCO 



coc>iOT^^a>t^:oLOcoo»n^cxcsoirHrHc^oaooinc)t~^oi^eoGOin^^OG^ 

h n o t io h h ixi to r: o o to c cc r; c: r i> -j* i- c c:i :: ir, t- io c Q h ^ c: h ir: — ■;; x -r c c x i" i*. >~ ■"/. ~t — cr, t-h -^ CM CN 

co'of co't-TcTgc'" c* of i-Tr-Tr-TcN oo't-Tt-ToT co*"io"cc" io"i-Tc>f ofi-T cf cD~co"cf cf cf ^"^"go*"-*' -^"•^"r-r"*'Go"~co'~G>f co r-r<xrco~co""o~^ 



H p! fl c3 
r^Sr 



Ir* 



CD CD 3 J J, 

wis s s 



sa 



. cj 

CD CD 






M 



6 5 



• r- cq 

^ « ° ° 

OOrHrH 



c3 h p "S 



irH o a; d g" ■ -w 
i — H a -s O ^-^ — . r— i CD 



ct 



l&S-i'Si 



a 



^^ 



sx^ts 



§o 



ci-ta 

:a. p 






>A 



O <D 

^-HH 

Mo 

HH Ph 

^3: 



55 



.S S3 x » 

c?fli^ §11 1 § la § |a| § § 1 1 



S C'g Orj ^ 

b»r3 ShJ«> O 

Scg fi pep fn 

^ CD S3 « 



S 3 r»5 



= -5 ^ fl- 



H C P 

oOoSp 



P A ? p P 

° p,° ° ,° 
_OhHo_Jh_ 



P s 

3 - r»S HH I>1 



t^g 



P CO 
g^lrS 



f-i ' b ^ i^ 

CD [».oo b, . cj_ ^ 

-d rjfe CD CD^- - 

fl Pep CO rj d 



c3 u c§ C CD* h CS C3 



MP 



bo 

d ; I 

i^icisy 



<£> O CD 

S3 a 



78 



<0" 



S * 

H 



ago 



5 2 



oo^ojc^o-tirjinMt'OMcoaj'VCTi'oiorovcoiOHCJHCOt'^oocDCiQ^ 

i-oirt^noQrtr-to^i-OHffiW^o'tt-'Wnt'OincoWH'tini^HirjQomw 
oo co o o w n< co co h i- r, c- " :: h © ci co © c» h t tM c, CCM- •- 3 rn i". o ^ o h io 

^HHioaJ>^OcO^(^ri^^HCNi>»OlOOrfCC^OH^C1IJ^CDCOiOrtLOCOH 

irfof co"co"co"-rH o"ao r-"cc~ci"co" t-"~oi"«T io"r-Tcx>" oi th~ct*"co*~^~^*"cd*"t^*'o'Wco""th~go' 

t-I r-i Gtt r-1 rH r-t 






1&1 d|d 

» § b s =* 



v. » b 9,5 

TO -M e£ C CD 
|2j O ^ o h 



Wioaito 

00 t-» i-i lO 

aoooio 



COG0C0GOC}*ct«CvtO;a5Ci 

CI — CO i-^ O "^ Oi CO 
•* CO HtDHC* 



!-Hr-<inC»Mmo»10'*T)< 

th-ni^ienioortH 
inn* t-90 = HH 



OHt*nOOHrt 
rl G~Jt» CO ITS 



t- CO — i CO <N •* 

^i* o to t* ij* ^i 

CO -O CO t- "V icf 
tji no rH -f CO -r 
^rHntOCl'* 



(SlOOOlffiOO 
(O O CO lO in iji 
C; i-H iiO GO CO -^ 



GO CO OS -*■ CO O! 
Cf t^ HO liO CO O 



co co -* es co •*> 



§5^°ciOg 



4-, O (J 

fa's . 






tap a - 

JS 1 a s 



PI <B 

a! 

"3\ « 



00 GO CO r-l CO 
COCDHrlf 

i-- os co os t- 



o r- 



HCOlCOHfh 
CD X> t- Tf ■* q h 



CD GO. CO t* t* <3& irt *© CCr*« CO O OS WVC4 t- iH O CO !*• O CD **r CS OS ift i* tH ©* K0 CO OH 

cm tp io n r- ?) co o i* a H o 7< w i* •-• a o -• ?: :' '.: » x o o h oo t- o ho) 

tfit-hOWOOHQHODHnOtOOOlHCO'S'OCSWt-t-'VHOUCOirjnO 

cTio co" co cTcToo to" cf r-Tco" <o~co~^~ , ^T-rac"G>* r-T o'co";?* ex io t^af i~rcc*"r-ftf& 



HWCDO^O^CfCOOi.OO^lHOhOOiOHtC^t-itKNfMrtttCOcoQOtd 
Tt-irj^OCOTHt^C^Ci^^^O^HTHCC^OCO^^OGOSCOOS©^G>*C7tCO 

r?» *n GO CO 

" T- CO 1/5 



CM COCN r-1 ri ( 



)!OOtOOCOi 



■ , OiCOCo<OT-t-cx>?oieot-ooi 

T-l G>« I 



COCOGUCOQQ^rH tt r-i tH CN GM 



ffiOHOHOOr*^tCHai^C)H(t'QT3HWOC3i»COH03^ClXi't < «COOHHO> 
03t-QnT(*OC)iflOQOCOlf)tO?30CO^ , tOHHOt»Ot*«t-iftOCOtOOinHtOMlfl 

h-tD.^^©OOiO^O^COH'OtlX)Crj^COiCOC'^HCOHXO^*rOC?(NC)QOCOWtfl 
CD m CD CD * G»J MOCj /•■ CO <;1 CO r-* co ao to m iO GO GN OS 00 tH cm co 00 i- CO oo »o Ot t- O 00 lO a> 

^HHU-jHOOH^t^^(»QlTHC'ihQCD'»KlO)COC©OiiJif)0 0500^COT}i^OO 

co"co""t^co""co'"co"'o Go*"t^*"^*"ci*co" t-*~ os" «©" usi-fa) c*"t*Tc>f CO""^!^ CO^^TH^T-TiTi" tH"00 






pj^^n g^H> 



^ 



Is 



2 1 - 
s * 

-a 



a :s 



t(..a 



IceMS 



"So 

H& "» ft, 



®5M 



feS 



go p-i o(k 



£& 



OH 



P i* a ! 

O O O ' 

OHOE 



H P Ml ■ , 

S S m §«■«> s |j 

o O ."S O O ft 

OBUOH 



3 P.S- 



£ p § :x « fe S 
3 c w » J; Jg g £ 

00 CD-t* a r "S» CO 
j-. o g 



S^ s ; SS :"= 'C = 



r^ O 





; ! ; i u 
1 ' '-'J 



W>- - P- - 



1 
i 



pC0a}HOGOCiC?Oi(NtDO!MHHOMX) 

oocococ-'r i- r~ -f -- c> o co m 10 oo t* >o 

|^CCCfjTHfHM^i , -*9DOtD'^l-(J<0«iOa301 
rt*" CO r-T CO~ CO" CO i-T r-T C* r-T Cf r-T CO~ (?f i-T 



(CDCOX-iLOiO 



co co r- m r- c 



co 10 t- Irt co o 

COCO CO O lO G^ 

jr-hooow 
co co co o 






voioooota 



h <© r- t- in o 



!CMO10CMTf0i'*e0rM00C0''3< — 'ffiOCOfOlO 



CO CM HHW r* OO 



MCOOOTflflPKM^rtffltOlOO-^COOOt- 
OCDHIQIOfflOl^COHOCOlO^t-lOtBt^Ol 

t-«OCO©1001 l K(N«n[?tCOOflOHH 
© (^ C 1 : CO -^ CC I- CTJ CM lO O -!' O rC ^H *tf ^ t-4 CM 
t-COOCNCNO^COat-'t'^COnH'^CDaCl 

TH CO"cM"cO~CO"GD T-l"rH CM**i-^ CM" CM" t-" CM" CM" 









> k g k 

! fi S 2 



C5 






a; tote ctffSpqpqi-si-? 



•s' 



79 



6B= « 



S <t> 

CO cs 



80 



.92 9-d '-=■ 



'3 — o 



-ss a 



si- 



:_^ o 



5.g-g 3 



^ s'i 






CDWWOOOt'HM3iHOlCf-dM*COC;WhC;m!NHOOlHlOCDTl<HMN 
COlCWVOOlOQOm^CB^HWQOHH'^HGOHCliOaGOC.Cl^OOCOCl 

o *t t- co o o — . --o i- -r 7( r: <- 1 - ^ h ■* C' t- th c o 51 r* c o co -- h 10 « h co 
oTc$"cfffifiri*oof i-Tr-TcTOD tH~ t-T r-T if ^f"«Tcf co"-v* 



QOrHHMTf 



O ^^ O © 

'"H ijo'3 «8 



a d ^ o © 



1 o+5,S 



n^oooGOoNOHOhOMn^ffiHn-tTffffiooi 



inHnoo?i 



< c* c* co t- r- co t-j 01 i> co th i-i 10 3 



nn^oi'HionnciMocooC'rhCCCciXHHOO 

tH CM CN CO G» CO c« 03 I.'. !£ CO rt C! rt rt n HrifflnBfrtH 



Citf5010COCO©C010I>WCOC5t~GMCOr-<M©G>J©10*~f-ICOC: 

C7»i.-;r:c u-;:r;T-Hc;co-3'coiO'<J'cO'*riOGMcococoooi~coc;i^ 



~— © 2 'd rd. *d 

«5 © © h 2 

©<g £"© 3-3 



in©aDiooH<xn-Tcotct-(Dio^caj^coctnoH^cDa) 

i-~ocoor-©c3o;^©coiQC«co»rsi-Hmcir-m©r-<mcot-t- 
~ ""3 qo r- c. co o cm ~r co x »o to c x l*; g cm co co x o x t-- r- o 



co w«(Mt 



g5i©^g 

«3.g £ o g og 
^ -,£.3 Boo 
Kr o © S d f£ 



■* oo 

i-l CO 



oonnoon 
Hoocoinoto 

OOOdl't-OO 

co -^ TJ< cm 1— cm 

rlHri CO 



COO IN 

© TP lO 




h (D o t c o co h o cc r. ^ ■:) -j i.o ot — x r-. 
(Moioajoo^coTfHccoi'CiCiCOOW* 

•J-HOOCIONNCOOlfcll-t-HHCO 



ocDOC;cc-ri-r:i-cat-th'i 

rtriHCOOMI'faOHCCt'OT- 



C-. CO CS CO 



< CO -^ CO t-h CO i-H CO LO Ci ' OJ-XIO 



c. i- c: o c: i- q o t- iO 



W0 I- tjh CO 1C " 



~.r " ~ - j. -h^oh 



CM CM CO CM 

rHiOOH 
ClOOrt 

iri"efco"co" 



'"j 9 5 fl 

<q h o o 



« o m 

) mo 



m h o: « a ic h lo o '- o ft t co i© n c 



iOtrHCTt-(MO)(0 



OJfliomH^ , conoc*cocftHp:o©nni"OOQOci< 
o c -r c. -h r. r: rt x ex) oo co o <c in c* co j~- tp cs oo c 

"* CO CO t-H CO CO lO^"1"*H tH O C 



m (a o w ?: c cu - c c it c ;i r. c, LO n to h t* h in h h cs o o co h rt cm m 



' C M- CM W H f O H t- 1- O C! Q f I 



inffiCOOCO««i>H33MiftQOO 



CO W O CI « t- O H C C. C h c C O r, tf io o to CO H t^ C: CO C: h o io o <c ■* 
t^ CO CM C C, i" i.O r. C. i.*: f iC H t> 1ft Oi i> T CO C( <7< <-0 CO C. 'O i- Of C: C; ift 00 CO o 
t0J^COi-<i---*i-li-li-C*£^C; HCOWriCftMCMfi-HO^lftt-CftX'Cilftift'TtCtO 



) i-H T* ^ OCMOOOOO CM 01 © O r-i 






di?£ 



- 3 



-3 3 Or9 



© fj 



■ *3 9 






ci3 

.9 = 



$ ° ° 
oR d ft 

J?o c to 



^ tO .tO . t jj; M O ' 

'CMS. si-qn . . _ . 
^_cs p © ^d^ 9 h : • H 

Ooo 



> s 









c th ^ u c o a w w -h b Jr 

COH OflOnH OOhB 



Q - - - rg- te©-- 
rl" " H" 9 H 

^ o ^ d 

<1 pq mw 



d «- - -3 



81 






lo-{3'S.E 

I P ?H •-." 



5 o 

° a 

S 3 

*s ° 

33 d 

"8 

of a 

3° • 

c&c» c 
n" o 

"^ C V 



o'Sf 



s 



IS 

gao.S 

g 7»"c 
,■=«=► o 



<l 



00 00X) 

-r co 7* 
sc w 7> 



. 1 co ctj t?i *-< Oi ci o c^ -f x m -r o o o t~ n -r -r >7 ^h co o r: x — -p o <- 7> r :\ r? x co co — 1" x x 7* ^h c> -r x x n — ' 71 ■*)• o 
'OJWoi<ctontooj^Hioaj^.cooc!Hotmffin)i'oioMO'*o , s , Trwci.^MO('j , nt-^ i tciomonoir. :> oo in 

!*n'f*ci , i , c(nnnoir J oooo« i oci«i-^oto^Ho^o«aininfflooot-'-c?taoo'i'cooaJ03ncHO 
*c* co t- <r> <7* cr. o -^ co t l': co x cr. — r: c cr. cr r. x - ^ 3 r; — >r. >~. c: — ~t -z. t. z: — c . i~ '7 — cr. 7' x x — -r -> i7 r> r- <- rt 
^wocDc0HO^^00HHt^n , QcaoT'XOH^Q0Oi-«?:^O'?rt0DW0ttnc;C3a)ir;oc;rtL'ininot-int'a.oa 
iT"*"c3s'c5f "cfi-T i-r^Hr-Ti-H"'* trTefof <oeorft'rfcir^^ i-H"QD~T^"t-" cT-'wacTrti-ri-rin r-T ri" r-Ti-Tof ct" 



ci 






— O 1 
-c" «5 ■ 

?} O ' 



10 i- ro 

ir. - 7) 



Oi-H 

.0 ?7 



ei f o o oj 



ci w t^ a .0 

rtOOOOOO 



-ct> 01 t- 

Si""* 



t- o 

to t- 



CO 1> © CO © 
CO 1C t- rt CO 



«tON^(?J 



1C*© 
(O? 1(0 



C* CO 
GO Ol 



'H^toooHOOjionoc 



- o © ■ © © © 'X i— •-* © -h -r o 



! r-H rH U0 © l"- 1> iO -*T O* O O* lO © © © iC © C* CO lO Ol CO © 

iH^anjiHi'ffitooH'toooaiHioiowfWo 

' CO CO I— 7MO x -;> 1— re i-O I- i~ ©■ — © 7J — CO o t- o © o 

• t"*COh>tOCia)«©tHO«'JGD^COt , OrtCC^GO 

toT tjT 00 csf cf t-T r-T th" co~ co" cf of in" co" 



C* 



uo© 

CC C* 

co ol 



COt-l-lOCOCO»ftl^'^'CO 



x -o co '-£? 1.0 t- r* ?* *** '- - 

f 55 0( t^ SI rH G* CO o* 



© — ' Tf O t- 0> '■£> CO GO CO Oi ''Xj 1 



(~ cr. o? t- co o — 1 X' 0' co i- 00 to 



r^f»^oo->cxGOcrito©GOOJC-GO©©©-^i'-iO'^'O^CiCOi/:c 
-r i.o o © -h co -r *jd cr- — \ — ~ ro ro — '' c: r. i- o M- «: ^i":n 

^(©©^COt-OIOliO^tOlOLOGMCCCOOO f 1- O (?! IO 1- ^ ! 
Oo"-n"i> ofofoo"t-rrHT-rirf" t-T cf T-Tof of 



H CI CO GO ^f Ct t- Oi Cl Ci O* © CO CO CO 

|iO'*CiUOUOt--l-* , OGOO*UOGO l ©CO 

Boo^cscoo^oioooooicocor-csco 
flcor-'Xt-coiocji-*>i-tco— ifco 

lOWH'I'H LO -<*■ G*. t* i-t 00 CO 



t- LO CO © © I- © 

© O CO G>* rH © © 

*■- © 10 © co r- ^ 



© O? -— 1 »i0 ^ t™ © GC t-I © CO © -r »C f- c. 1.0 CO © -H © © g>* t- © 1-1 GO 

m M M ffli ?n M i« fo o; / — ■- — ; ■'"/. © c- — X 7C C »- i^ ^ t^ CD Ol M G>» 



©G>lCNa^COG>*^0^G>JCO©wQ0©i^^COC0©t--lO'<J 1 l--Q0©COGM 
©*-fCO©©'^H©©©»O©0000CD©0>00©'^t , T-H©00©i— iCOOtl" 

t— i-h co go -r co CO' © — co ■©■©© -r t*neo 

H © © rj« i-H rH C( CI O ■«* 

tH r-T Cfcf 



CI C* CO rH C< CO CO ri 



■ t- tj< t ro t cc x Xj — . ■ r ■*-/ '. i- © r: —. -r x. <- -r -r 7. ro © 1" © ?? © -* 1 -r ~> — -r -^ © © 10 © 10 <- '- © x >o -i- <~ !;'.■ c e> •" t> 



HC?COC^OrHO?THOTl^i>©^^lOGOCXJCOCOCOLOt'rH©n'©>O^G>lCO 



} CO rH r- C* CO t4 CO © © X' 'O TO -f © T> © 0? ^ CI rH rH CO © CO © CO 



■ c> rH xo uo 1.0 co © co ci t- t- © rH © © hh op -r 10 co co ro © -r © rr 

O^^fOwh^OTOCiWCHCOHr" 



t-G0©-VC<C*C0C»©»O©ClCMT 

^ClinClTHGO©©©'^lOGO00t--t^©GOlO ,, ^ , ^'t-> 

, . © t- © ro © 10 co co © i> -t^ CJ >X) co -r © i-- uo © © TH 
© © © t— ^ t~- © © oo ro c* r— co i- x ro -r x> © © © t^ © © xj © co 'O © co © r- © c* © 



■l©TH00r-COlOrHt^ 



^H rHrHrHCJli0COrOC?t-l©-^rH^-T-lt-rHrJ< 



COCO© CIO* t 



i U0 rH CI © 






5 3 8b 



:£ o ^ s g j<i3ih p * 



c cs o 



S° S-! 






CD I 



e?5 

*5- s 



3 s^JS_S B 



JChCm^. 

5 O OS 

5 1 1 ° 

■Mi 



•ill I 



5S^g :d|?2 liflS 



- CD 

.g;§- 



^2 






c53 o p 



So o 



w 



p ^p □" 

oS o a" u 
OOOh O 



1=5 






P.& 
?3: 






o."S o 



WW 
L — 9 



i: a: : 



cS C3 



w w 



8a 



« 



ty O 

5 .a 



jico.2 

.03 C! ^ 



OT3 
+3 £ 

_"o 

3 '5 s 

a * 

§2 .- 






00! 



■ooofoiocorHWfco^n 



jHi^fHinfinht'O&i'H^Hj 



r-- . i CT CD t* TH »f Ifl 

vaioott'ioinoQonoKtoooc'.TrtTii^oncooinnoccMcirHjiWiOn^ 

5S^?3il2"^ a >-*^^©c}C5C'it~ : "? toy?TH«Hf»iftnir;c:cDaiwoOHcot-rtrt^t* 

?SS"* f ;f -ne ''" l " 0[ 'Ooci ci — x x — -i -o — o x -^ 6) to to to 'X) co <n to --> 

oo co © ^c^r~OQrHC$toaotoo:citoir:ai-'*<i~cc;rHT-it-r--tOr-<^tocoi-H'<3'aiUC^«co 

ooco" cfwT wcfr-T oo"of<?Tto"e»>ri"o«'ii5iri"'^<"'* »T-ri-TrH"i(5irf"c<f ■f r to ci o> <o -v* si 



-) 



* .2 »S £.2 

o"3 <s 



3«H M" 



^ °4i 



<D U 



i 3 ^ a ■> 



<j> ci 






PJ- 1 rj C3 

•La Sb 

£ O Co3 



!^ O 10 § • 



t-cicor~^©^-*^oococoto^<co-<j"-^ 

lO»COt-01rHC*Ht^COt-H-V10ir. CI 

oinw-fl'oohooitootaffiCH 
x c -v f « co cd co " -- r: t* r;? (•* x i.o 

G&tHI'a^COlOCO'yCOCOCfO CO Ci 



SSS'S^'-^OltOinHOlODOHODO 
COOlOHCl-^HOQClCJt-^CTTflOODOOO 

to 0! — p 0! o> -r co t- o -. x — r. xqh x fc- 
CO C! C< C» CO C! 1T.C11' C» CO CI 01 CI C» 



OOnhnoOTOS^inMO'ClOt-OtOffl-* 
lOCO^^iHr-t'KQOCOHOCJQOClajCTO^ 

Hooooossf §f<~oi ot-ioniHi-HOon 



gHCiicnciO' 



HHKH rH^CiCO 



t- 00 CO ■*■ 



d ^T3 cS is u 

"fk <o g a » 
©-._, Vs «"* 2' 



© t- no 

■* CO iH 

i-l CJ 



0D O ■* Ii0 t- Oi 
I- to T CO •* CM 

©■"»" OS (- G* o 

coMjcn" 



-r ro as co t- t- 
■<f t- to 00 t- t- 

Si to i.o z> X co 



to »o -f x to Ci 

»H U0 Tt> 1,0 CO CI 

monvtoo 

0' 10 -r CO CO — 

•f el Si c« 



-i-'Xi—C-OiOiOtCOQl 
Cl^rHCOCOUOCiCt-©' 

mmt~"i'oocot-'*j-C5t 
tocc-f-rcir-i/OTC-i-i-t 
d 1-1 c» co -t> ci ci — i 






too f- 

Ol O CO 
00 CO X) 
to C! CI 
«& - . 



CI O -1> c> to 01 I- to CO o © < 



t-OOt-C!73XC.XSOf« 



'QOCiCJOCiUO'fl'CtlOaiOClrtHtOOt-OOtOl'-t-^a 

i-ooiocotoortOOira-<f<c»cococoto-*"i^i-n'T)<T)"coooTft-cot-'J - 
Goi.ooocDocnoii'io^r-o^oot'^i'^^cioOHt'OiSC'H 
cifHiocoiOtoiOHOrtXh* — ocir^coc:cortrt^rOrHCo 



KjrtKinotei ■* in co "»• «HriHin^ri* no ci oo to co >-! 



- = 3 „- 



■* « CO t- ^ H t« Ct 'X C O CO ?J t CC' C X' C. O «D C* I- 'OC.WOgQ0ClOr3Q0l*lftKO 



t-t'OitoocKitonfo^onowni-ionow^^f* 



COHCO«(NV-*t-^> 



l--e^OCCQC?COOiasCN^C l OOOCOC>* 
3©= I- i-l CC^CNr-t 



OiOJWWXOnCJl'OrHiOCDHWHn 



^OOHTCO}OOHT(<M.t i £- Ol 01 00 O? iO C? 

innajmoifla 



C?i H 01 H H CO N i- ri (?* iH rtHVC 



c^^ococot'CO(oc^oioco^^«Minx^owarH(»^^«oiOiO(KOt^c50LO 
HHCD(Bco^o^woowin^©opHNMg^a)i50Nnoa©t«rtirtnc 






of co" of •-< inoiciHcoMcitononmt-'*'* cOHrtHiaincii' towoiovoi 



§1 

E 

> 



KcT 



figS 



is it 



rJ Its 

"ft o. 



OK 



■S3 



-3 . 



ja _ u J3 +5 ^3 ; 



°fl a 

OOHr 



Ih^h 



-2 

- i|*- 

fl or .S^ 

slss 



S <c 

p P. 



■M- 



£% t?M" M 






►-1 i-) 



}*• - cs ci cS 



83 




o 
at 


co as 


r-i ri io eo 

© t- o lo 


CM © i- l-H 

oot->n 


cq © *> 

CM LO X 






f> X — © o 
cc i- x -cc ir 


■ i.O © — 
■ i © 01 X 


co co -cc « jo — c; 
co -rr © lo lo © x 


• 01 OI © © CM © © • 

• © © © TC n © CO • 


1-1 1-1© 

1-530 


a 

© 


COX 
Ot © 




C? co O -1" 

© © -cc © 

© -cc CO K5 


CO — < i— 

© on in 

ih cm 






OCOif OC X 

x — -■• © c- 
cot © c 


• . CO 1— CO 

. ■ CM -i CO 

• • cm 


© — i © © t- oi cc 
i- © lo — oi r 1 

,,C0 -1 © -CC If 


• X CO i— -CC t- LO I- . 

■ -i © © i-l CO © © ■ 

■ t-r-n i-i ira co i 


i-i © CO 

ooiooi 


c* 


CO 

O l- 

11 x 
















CM -H i- 


CO 




3 


.n x co cm 


i-i ci in i- 
© cm t- o 


cc 5 co 






—i x lo r- — 

4- t- 1- CO CC 


:o cc — "> — 
X © 0* r-i © 


01 CO CO LO © -9" C 

t c. o cc a "» - 


■ © © n O t- O © • 
• 00 © LO IO CO 01 -cc ' 


-F © CO 

© © © 


s 


S3 


© 1- I- © 


-h © t- co 

© © © CO 
CO 01 CM CO 


01 1- CO 

CO LO CO 

© 






oi co — < © c 
CO© CO rl IT 
rl CM CS cc 


— i en el cm co 

— Ol © 0' —1 
01 


x © -cc i-i -r © i" 

i— © 1- CO CO -' o 

at © at "» 


■ cm © x © en 50 © • 
• lo —i -^i at*r& ' 

•I— in CM U> CM • 


© © © 

© T i- 
CO 


8 


H -C 
CMrH 


GOOOfflOD 

© t © -* 


ClOOiO 
I- 1- © x 


CO t- 00 

-T X<M 






en lo — i o 
co <- -cc © 


© X IO i- T 

ir © i- oi co 


1- CO — — oi oi -? 

i-i CO i-l © — © -I 


• 1- i- t- co co © go ■ 

• -3" © CO © LO X 00 • 


© CO -1 
I- CO o 


P 


Sato 


00 00 CM t- 


n oc — i o 

OOOD 
CO 01 ii CM 


LO -1" © 

cm *r co 

© 






— -^ © X 

CO © LO — 1 

ii cm oi 


aaon x 


x oi 50 co i- o» er 

01 ■— i- 01 -T X t 

i-i ir cm cc 


• CO "CC LO © CO -1 LO • 

• i-i -cc CO t— "CC © ' 

. CM n i-i 


t-cp © 

© a> -r 

CM 


OiDOlOll- 


tOO?!C 

HCioor 


CO 
9) 


i-l o 
CO © 


CO © © 

-cc t- lo 


01 i.o i.o © -r lo 

© © -cc © cm co C 


• -c i- 

• o © 


X 


CO i.O 
J- 00 










• © 

' CM 






CO CO "T • 
© © CM • 


-O 


© 
CO 


ocnto x© 


■">" tH 55 CN 


ej 


CO LO- 
in i-l 

i— lo 


O © .X 

lo 55 55 

cm lo © 


(-notsfi 

0! — CO © CO © r- 
— i-l LO — 01 1/0 


. (O 00 

• -r io 


CO 

1- 


01© 
I- X 

"* 










• l- 

• © 

- -C* 






LO CO © • 
X © ' 
CM n . 


© 
"CC 


It 


CO 






1-1 




rt 








■ i-H cm 






















CM 





^ O) w Q n c; co io "t io c x c» r: o x o '.■: f' *r ?» ■* o h <t oj t« n w 

hQD^OWOOOcXO.OiOMir.O^lO-J'LThGIOO-iTOHncSirtO 
Q0HftOOOC'X«WHOOfOHON , rCi v '^^i?!M0CQ0?: 

- (N to i." o t t r^r n i- ~> c x so — ro o o? io — - ro ro oi rs to — — x> 

o ^ o w ^ to a co ^ ^ « «* © co '^ a o i^ » ?* o Oi « cj a r: cj o 



; t h -r*t r. ?: >t -o 'O • i> co © t 



** CO iO~ --T 01 r4T of Gl iH Of V M*" t-i 



of of cf t-T ?$ eo" co of 



■ t- o o os in c?i t rr« ob to ** 

it? ^rtioi'toonrt^o 

KTt'l' H O O O Ci H f 
'OOr-(COCOO<tOCCOOOitO 

CO*" r-T to" oo" of -^ to" t-T 



I 'T OJ 01 



' 00 o o o o o t- 

i tO GO LO O CD -* i> 

i i-Ttrfr-Tof of i-^'of 



) ai 2 to t- t- o co o c. '-o to — < cj i— x.' o co ci i^ t- o o to 0? ^o eft ih to t- h o* *rs oi t~- o r- ?j to oi to Xi io cs go co 



i 6* WW OS ^ 00 O rr* 00 Q0 OS OJ ^f S- CO r* If" ^f Oi W O GO I* 04 O OJ rH 

Mt005C0^'fl , O0J00f-b'(N'^t00OOr-(t-i':Ht-C,7JtO0S 

o i' os co 0< to "r to -^ os to ro -v io t-i i- j_ iiO i- ^ qi .x ro t- o- o. 

1-I0*r-10^ t-r-lO i—Oi'-l i-t rH 



)rt-Ht-H^-HQnir:oHtoo 

WC0-t*rHC0tOCS COOlOIOJl^COLOlOt^COrH 



I to c. r- t- cs 



1 C h- h (O O K Ci ' 
l- O O CO tH T-I OS 



♦OS-^r-tlOlOCOOlr-rCliOrffCOOO' 



r^-v^totO'^coi-icorHc 






ifOXni-^OiC.'-OTj-OCiOt 



■;■ to r-i to co ro -r o o-i io ?> to x r o> r-4 o co o* o ir- to co o o ot -r a» 



:?JS 



H/cou , :cot-«XD:h^oimHLfs^too6o' | J , cDo 



>t^coo«o^OQLOt^^oiroo^coto^csco^r-aDcftescoooKOLOLOf-rH^ 

' i£2 S> ^ ° ^ ? ^ "^ ^ ^ lXl '^ '-^ ■?* co *r t- cs ro o* ^- r os ot -r ro to co o io t- os co -i« ^*« ,-h o oi x »o -o t i.o io i- i~- to o to i-< o 

)COCDtOt^COJ>tOOOOCOtOCOCOt— '^COCOCO^-rH^OSCOC^^ 

1 rH" to" O Th" io" t-T of co" io" co" i-T <*" of ■*" co" -^" t-T io" i-T of of io" of co" to" V co" of •W tf th" o" co" r-T of irt" CO" t-T i-T of -^ t-T of to" CO" Pi 

rH r-t i-H rH 0< Ol tM 






;o 






SI* gl£ 

O O o o 

OHOc-l 



c fe 



fesg . 
o - fl S 5 
ca g t» g 

IS o § o 

ISWfifl 



5 £B 



igfe 



•all 




s 
1 


5 

CD 


g^s^ 


«4-l 

o 






n 1 ?! 


Pi 






=" !>5 


r-^Z Z 


" 


* 


^1 = 

S o 


U 

IS 

o 






O^ 


H 







©r*^ CD 

£ 5 • S pc| ei *> ;i bjjeo ' 



• CD O 

■cc fe 

ill 



: :^ irrj 
■ ■ cd ; a 

bi/C « . s 



S o.i o go 



s sfiH IftSSjSfcfce; 






i« 



B So 

Ch O _ 

oPm.PT 1 



Pw"S 



c^ 
o o 
OOH OH 



Ph"S 
"S a 

O o 
OH 



- - CHh 



j- 0" 



1-4 - 



s .&- - - - - - a 



ss 



-aeo fa- - . fa s * 

- s-st 8- - - s.S: d: 

3o Pi Pmcm fi 



. o cd g- 
-"3 9 b >." 



84 



fl.H 

•r-( =*H 



®fl 



CV O 

ea'5° 



n3 

2 

I 

© 



=Q 



<) 



3 mil 8.2 
"g is 3 s a 2 

ft O c3 © £ 



* P -. o <D 

■ess? -5 3 

sz<~^"3<* 






a^~ © Se'S eii ce fe 
4i_g © cd 3 i; 

"tS-3 cd "S ole occ 

■dan s j2 3 !> g 

Fi c £ § a o .2 

M O CC -M 



)Monooir,»i-owwnr,i-rtOHonHC-*t-o 
't-^onnnccTfNoi-Hooointocit-^ooCTt-no 



os oo cm ct oj co ci 



rH CM CM CI CM 



os m co m t- 



n«HTf in 

r--i> -* m m 
oo o os oa CO 

HOlrH rl 



oontocscD 
t- -* in cm oo 



CO pH 



ooo 

GO OS 



(rfnrttI!rti-H rl rl rl {- CI CM 



1 -CT GO OS CI OS 



HIHCDOMHOS 

i-h ci i- ci cm os in 

i.c i.c ocioron 

■» r-< rl rtH 



t-t-cMco-cr^ooinesaococo 
os-cin^ccmcooscocoineo 

ci— <coint-rrcococicorHCM 
OKHH tot-oohcon 

CO CI CI r-l CI 



OOOOr-IOsCOCO-crC-.aO'-rOSCl 

•^rrosos^mcocMoiinoiinco 

Osi-TOOC^^OOOSfOOOSW 

tinracsHioSt-t-cicBcs! 



HOOrtrl 

os os in rn 

CO CO ■* t- 

rH CO 



oo ci M h n cn i- m o 

IQHCOCMHCCinH^ 

osincor-os— <osaoci 
co ^ i-i in ao co oo uwu 






hfMOSCC^i".SjlCKX , J?;KOCl?:HHC-+H1-0'SfO(J}CS 
^inOSlOHCOOSOrtinMCO^nt'CJQ&l'COCMCOHrtGOCSnO 

^^LOcsoscoMNOsMOinMasoDM'j'COTH^cct-oicMncDC) 
o (- t- ao a: co ■ o. -r r- i- — re ^:si-:-;i: j. m n-. c> x co -f 

ffiiniocoi'ciocstpflOrioirtinesesan nHoicieeno 

cs"oo"i-T incoi-T co"co" 7-T rn" cfi-T i-T r-T tffefef 



cococoinmcoTfco 

aoocicoososcoos 
r-iaom*cWr-(T-<coco 

i-Tofcsof eo"in 



cto 
f i-i 

00 CM 



Tf CM in CO O OS t- C 

in cm ■* o in co in c 
cofioaoaocooscoc 

OS I- CN O CM r-l OS C 

m i- os t- t- ■* ao c 



r-l CM rl 



CM CM 



ciaS.; 

-° » 3 2 



M cr. io irt £ |^ X! 5 1-^7 £ f ~ < 



GO C: t^ *JD i- -^h i^ ^H GO i£ l 



^rHl'Cl^GOO'^HC.'tCrHf-t'tX'irtf 
HOLOC5C:OOCiaDO»h'M«hC:QCOinT-iGOMCO(?)COOHCOr- 

^iO©©OW(X>QOClOWaoeot^CSO©©^^©^^»Wt-WaD©iO'- _. 

-r ro -*■ © © <- »" t ^< «; a t* -t c c. tr. h ^ t- ct t- h ci a 






ll 



<j"3 



cm ^h -* co ci — co lc w ci t- x co *-i j— in o m oo oo o ao -f in co co co c: in i^ o co c?J •* in oo 
o^cocicor-csoajTj<cocM«^cccsii-HcocoOH^:ocDiOrn coinooosinoocooom 



r-i os en oo "ci* cc ^ ci x cc co co rr. re — • ^ co — re ic o cc os cc co cc m in co co o co -^ -^ CM t 

~ n ■* cm cc ie r. - >". r. o co co co — co co -r 7. co — co co os co co co 

■ -( co in cm h co oo co ci I- in co cm ^ in rH co *-cp ci co co co -vr r- 



Hiortttooioin-oi 



in os in co os i 
rt" ao" cm" cf os" co" of 



I I- OI r-t Ol rl X CI CM lO tH CI CO Ol CO CO 



■— 



■ « 2 
S&-2 2- 

M CJ C_i 

Pah o, 5 

CJOH 



d a 



S§<ld 



3 gffl § £ = = " s c^ * F fe 

•r = 7 « 5 ■ S hC« » £ ® S 

: fss100P,tHkH^-pga^§ a 



^3o2? 



J 3g 

— ^ c; s- c; h 

H 3 ft S fi ct; I 



J 2 



OfiH 



°5 

^ci 



^*3 ° 
5 otS 2* 

ts^S'-B- 

9 >-.£ 



- : o 

if |°| 

|-B 2 
Sp*s 

Phxcc 



5S 
^ 



M Ofl OOH 



. 5' 



- = l 



85 



? CO 



HrtMOOl-OflOI'OEW 
!O^HHHOW*Oa)10 

< cs •*** r- o co - 



ooiio 

[DIOH 



t- irat-4 05000 

T3C10100 



CO o to t~ ^ »o 
r-inoc-GOH 

OOlCtOMCO 
rH CO CI rl Ct 



C. 1- 



CO Q> 



51 f i o m a o 
m cn t- di oo ira 

in co i~ t~ -<f< -»*• 
io io t- oo r- 



5! O) Cf. ffi t- ■* O 

m^ooiotot- 
eirtow-fioo 

St- r-* CO CO IO CO 
r-l CD 



00 • 
OS • 


95 


t- • 


co 


CO • 


CO 


CO • 





tOLOocoeoroaocoioiooaoao 
co ct t- co cc lo ;o o* 65 ct o T ID 



OirHCT^CT^oiri 






(M'*CO'*< 



t- co 



f-aO©(N'<J*«t'QO<OOMO 
QOt'COOHlOCOOtOODOiOt' 



HWHOIOrtTTCOCO 



-go. 



IE o ,■'9 



a ° 

o o 
OH 



— ; 5 ® y o o d 

2 S^ftS § I 
ifiHWfiBSoS 

**-< rt ft *H ft 

OH.rt 0-~ 

i>, t 6 -^ - - t>-r* - 



a- 

- . fl- 






IP 

as 




86 



No. 21. 

Statement of the amount of State, County, Town, District, and other Local 
Taxes levied on the Assessment of 1870. 



Counties. 



City of Quincy 

Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass. 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland . . . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Honderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

La Salle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison .. 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe. 

Montgomery — 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 







Town, District, 




State Tax- 


County Tax. 


and other local 
Taxes. 


Total Tax. 


' $41, 570 55 


|3, 197 74 


$83, 141 11 


|127, 909 40 


44, 097 10 


47, 095 37 


96, 712 28 


187 904 75 


10, 185 34 


37, 482 72 


21, 315 00 


68, 983 06 


16, 131 08 


33, 273 95 


24,467 01 


73, 872 04 


15, 627 12 


8, 904 07 


35,521 80 


60. 052 99 


11, 015 89 


40,066 48 


12, 678 05 


63, 760 42 


45, 674 35 


52, 161 65- 


179,221 96 


277, 057 96 


4, 214 76 


9, 666 78 


7, 383 41 


21, 264 95 


19,416 86 


50, 977 66 


67, 477 42 


137,871 94 


17, 770 59 


27, 512 71 


35, 977 26 


81, 260 56 


37, 186 66 


87, 439 46 


156, 133 29 


280,759 41 


28, 925 55 


32,381 19 




61,306 74 


17,261 66 


10, 772 31 


28, 458 60 


56, 492 57 


14, 922 44 


26, 449 91 


33, 094 28 


74, 466 63 


17, 576 95 


35, 727 53 


38,241 63 


91, 546 11 


27, 584 74 


34, 976 88 


100, 470 61 


163, 032 23 


558, 778 58 


1, 351, 669 46 


1, 474 815 77 


3, 385, 263 81 


11, 864 47 


6, 583 32 


21, 295 98 


39, 743 77 


11,781 03 


17, 691 44 


20, 799 57 


50, 272 04 


29,216 17 


35, 842 80 


92, 912 97 


157, 971 94 


16, 387 38 


24, 048 84 


57, 622 33 


98, 058 55 


15, 356 47 


33, 880 46 


43, 387 64 


92, 624 57 


24, 187 14 


17, 031 26 


50, 566 22 


91, 784 62 


28, 681 72 


37, 199 33 


47, 362 48 


113,243 53 


7,631 75 


6, 559 42 


8, 476 90 


22,668 07 


17, 288 02 


25, 743 23 


25, 776 03 


68, 807 28 


19, 163 36 


17, 858 99 


41, 302 21 


78, 324 56 


13,950 13 


20, 424 57 


40, 813 24 


75, 187 94 


7, 961 02 


20, 283 42 


14,061 33 


42, 305 77 


42, 752 43 


68, 703 72 


141, 506 77 


252, 964 92 


7, 340 95 


31, 600 74 


15,980 99 


54, 922 68 


25, 565 86 


26, 244 90 


47, 609 89 


99, 420 65 


21, 161 11 


19,005 19 


47, 536 89 


87, 703 19 


7,931 82 


21, 818 01 


10, 069 37 


39,819 20 


39,581 19 


45, 398 93 


118, 529 91 


203, 510 03 


2, 808 91 


6, 418 28 


6, 912 48 


16, 139 67 


18, 122 95 


22, 188 02 


28, 224 52 


68, 535 49 


45, 074 98 


28, 338 28 


159,403 79 


232, 817 05 


35, 504 76 


30, 530 41 


108, 998 75 


175, 033 92 


21, 358 19 


43, 767 36 


30, 000 00 


95, 125 55 


10, 349 47 


9, 120 98 


19,557 16 


39, 027 61 


20, 004 56 


24, 161 28 


33, 586 37 


77, 752 21 


19, 460 38 


30, 735 83 


20, 076 54 


70,272 75 


22, 048 39 


31, 868 12 


46, 371 90 


100,288 41 


6, 891 96 


16, 453 44 


10, 465 62 


33, 811 02 


50, 305 44 


33, 726 58 


148, 458 41 


232, 490 43 


22, 888 37 


21, 388 11 


104, 643 90 


148, 920 38 


16,151 25 


32,761 54 


53, 707 22 


102, 620 01 


49, 976 38 


51, 046 42 


96. 878 82 


197, 901 62 


18, 667 37 


11, 181 00 


35, 786 66 


65, 635 03 


74,991 04 


116, 039 64 


215, 613 19 


406,643 87 


12, 253 18 


16, 389 00 


1,920 00 


30, 562 18 


30, 872 74 


63, 727 51 


122,617 14 


217, 217 39 


44, 828 55 


38,264 77 


169, 728 14 


252,821 46 


31, 355 92 


42, 682 32 


79, 337 40 


153, 375 64 


33, 244 76 


43, 926 82 


99, 758 62 


176, 930 20 


47,346 63 


47, 842 82 


71,514 87 


166, 704 32 


71, 467 93 


87, 472 57 


93, 377 34 


252, 317 84 


26, 381 77 


72, 463 50 


58 75 


98, 904 02 


19,866 73 


28, 504 65 


54, 862 19 


103, 233 57 


23, 814 03 


45, 936 97 


54, 905 51 


124, 656 51 


5,441 71 


11, 134 21 


7,878 53 


24, 454 45 


35, 463 75 


69, 078 01 


82, 843 77 


187, 385 53 


30, 427 47 


36, 692 85 


83,289 20 


150, 409 52 


73, 065 72 


118, 805 20 


354, 982 56 


546,853 48 


15, 307 30 


33, 507 28 


37, 509 96 


86, 324 54 


27, 906 84 


32, 876 28 


90, 127 99 


150,911 11 


13,053 17 


29, 415 86 


30,511 16 


72,980 19 


28, 780 53 


35, 426 54 


43, 332 55 


107, 539 62 


49, 152 88 


100, 713 50 


65, 563 85 


215, 430 23 


12, 735 85 


7, 729 00 


21, 939 00 


42, 403 85 


36, 745 50 


23, 828 50 


131, 924 06 


192, 498 06 


61, 662 03 


153, 871 88 


129, 066 45 


344, 600 36 


12, 540 92 


22, 349 23 


31, 904 04 


66,794 19 



87 
Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



ago. 
rii. . 



Total. 



State Tax. 



832 65 
210 66 
394 00 
641 45 
376 13 
959 72 
826 63 
337 34 
692 50 
984 90 
396 22 
630 39 
233 10 
843 29 
318 97 
668 86 
621 75 
051 26 
176 70 
035 00 

005 87 
408 60 

006 13 
508 07 
817 75 
894 73 
897 89 
812 26 
743 79 



3, 188, 389 16 



County Tax. 



$14, 546 36 
47, 418 01 

18, 273 00 

21, 371 57 

6, 521 45 
39, 542 72 

7, 381 27 
75,911 76 
11,207 22 

210, 767 48 

22, 956 54 

21, 206 01 

32, 608 07 
34, 757 95 
73, 309 04 
59, 953 57 
80, 377 30 
15, 124 69 

23, 012 47 
9, 344 00 

44, 755 08 
20, 931 28 

22, 375 47 
15, 880 98 

33, 374 90 
62, 344 28 

19, 330 39 
39, 659 66 
31, 100 96 



, 153 382 48 



Town, District, 

and other local 

Taxes. 



$63, 047 62 
91, 672 27 
13, 607 00 



16, 097 25 

40, 389 26 

29, 283 03 

100, 974 68 

17, 338 92 

119, 775 42 

44, 456 39 

23, 960 12 

63 964 77 

78, 498 51 

143, 401 44 

101,526 17 

115, 323 99 



96, 607 22 



101, 496 38 

19, 427 49 
47, 116 28 

20, 674 97 
113, 139 67 
146, 662 87 

17,679 19 
81, 322 48 
79, 257 42 



,005,061 42 



Total Tax. 



$94, 426 63 

174, 300 94 
39, 274 00 
26, 013 02 
29, 994 83 

104,891 70 
49, 490 93 

207, 223 78 
35, 238 64 

415, 527 80 
83, 809 15 
55, 796 52 

127, 805 94 

128, 099 75 
282/029 45 
196, 148 60 
234, 323 04 

26, 175 95 

163, 796 39 

16, 379 00 

177, 257 33 

60, 767 37 

85, 497 88 

49, 064 02 

180, 332 32 

253, 901 88 

45, 907 47 

158, 794 40 

134, 102 17 



$16, 346, 833 06 



Xo. 22. 



Statement of the amount of State, County, Town, District and other Local 
Taxes levied on the Assessment of 1871. 



Counties. 



City of Quincy. 

Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland. . . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jo Daviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSaHe 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan... .: 

Macon ..-.." 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough. ... 

McHenry. 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer .', 

Monroe 

Montgomery. ... 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 







Town, District, 




State Tax. 


County Tax. 


and other local 
Taxes. 


Total Tax. 


$54, 033 61 


$12, 451 09 


$125,511 16 


$191, 995 86 


59, 379 06 


56,286 78 


90,374 34 


206, 040 18 


13, 993 20 


28, 505 13 


23, 128 79 


65, 627 12 


21, 266 78 


38, 487 49 




59 754 27 


21, 783 79 


7, 163 96 


37, 005 64 


65, 953 39 


15, 406 45 


22, 857 55 


20,461 47 


58, 725 47 


64, 860 01 


35, 315 78 


200,251 06 


300, 426 85 


5, 836 25 , 


6, 841 89 


9, 047 24 


21, 725 38 


26, 098 82 


40, 864 82 


62, 278 23 


129,241 87 


27, 397 11 


38, 511 22 


52, 837 56 


118, 745 89 


57, 554 96 


99, 063 16 


187, 379 33 


343, 997 45 


44, 157 43 


45, 429 48 


100,798 07 


190, 384 98 


24, 696 49 


14, 890 23 


51, 815 98 


91, 402 70 


20, 322 74 


17, 862 23 


33, 027 55 


71, 212 52 


24, 642 73 


62, 756 50 
47, 819 30 




87, 399 23 
222, 591 97 


45, 984 23 


128, 788 44 


797,116 86 


1, 913, 228 09 


920, 481 80 


3, 630, 826 75 


15, 000 99 


8, 129 93 


26, 638 60 


49, 769 52 


16, 738 00 


15, 624 98 


23, 018 50 


55, 381 48 


41, 054 75 


47, 048 38 


90, 512 80 


178, 615 93 


24, 052 42 


49, 920 79 


53, 742 47 


127, 715 68 


21, 695 04 


34, 534 60 


51,590 10 


107, 819 74 


32, 691 07 


16, 852 29 


58,601 36 


108, 144 72 


43, 914 73 


39, 942 93 


30, 518 18 


114, 375 84 


11, 024 67 


5, 863 04 


9, 774 11 


26,661 82 


20, 712 60 


39, 901 05 


35, 379 83 


95,993 48 


28, 968 75 


25, 168 67 


42,231 08 


96, 368 50 


20, 940 28 


32, 614 71 


57, 220 82 


110, 775 81 


9, 848 00 


21, 450 00 


13, 734 00 


45, 032 00 


62, 747 05 


78,727 08 


133, 138 89 


274, 613 02 


9, 798 35 


.49, 339 60 


19, 208 47 


78, 346 42 


33, 657 32 


25, 877 83 


50, 940 38 


110, 475 53 


25, 629 87 


12, 605 63 


57, 238 92 


. 95, 474 42 


9. 845 56 


12,961 74 


12, 037 03 


34, 844 33 


55, 548 25 


45, 444 90 


126, 389 10 


227, 382 25 


3, 824 47 
25, 808 66 


9 855 77 




13, 680 24 
79, 565 74 


25, 183 43 


28, 573 65 


60, 395 33 


56,631 64 


160, 576 46 


277, 603 43 


54,266 26 


29, 673 01 


143,859 54 


227, 794 81 


27, 986 22 


37,997 30 


35, 000 00 


100, 983 52 


14,351 86 


11, 195 40 


24, 666 83 


50,214 09 


24, 963 67 


28,361 37 


21, 894 60 


75,219 64 


28, 338 57 


34,320 11 


31, 655 82 


94,314 50 


30, 673 25 


32, 247 30 


50, 169 22 


113, 089 77 


8, 385 86 


15,521 57 


10, 597 74 


34, 505 17 


78, 398 72 


65, 116 65 


142,571 65 


286, 087 02 


31, 563 26 


44, 790 74 


117, 873 54 


194,227 54 


22. 635 35 


34, 318 53 


76, 171 74 


133, 125 62 


67, 791 26 


37, 640 78 


94,899 97 


200, 332 01 


26,661 90 


13, 943 20 


39,571 88 


80, 176 98 


109, 577 98 


81, 346 05 


252, 388 67 


443, 312 70 




12 366 76 






42, 279 22 


56,360 76 


135, 704 04 


234, 344 02 


65, 449 06 


48, 700 69 


194, 723 22 


308, 872 97 


46, 910 60 


29, 974 33 


88, 958 68 


165, 843 61 


50, 160 38 


41, 176 35 


103,094 43 


194,431 16 


65, 546 41 


29,627 10 


98, 159 82 


193, 333 33 


97, 197 17 


108, 179 56 


105, 342 58 


310, 719 31 


32, 430 46 


28, 651 70 


35, 879 76 


96,961 92 


29, 922 96 


26, 329 61 


77, 614 73 


133, 867 30 


34, 542 95 


52, 888 58 


67, 387 37 


154, 818 90 


7, 341 83 


11, 913 52 


9, 672 77 


28,928 12 


48, 912 15 


23, 531 87 


81, 679 57 


154, 123 59 


40,501 19 


37, 102 83 


83, 293 78 


160, 897 80 


109, 450 52 


117, 831 44 


364, 727 84 


592, 009 80 


20, 780 45 


59, 858 04 


44, 750 98 


125,389 47 


39, 595 19 


25, 776 39 


75, 960 71 


141,332 29 


17, 009 75 


31, 702 16 


34, 633 95 


83, 345 86 


39,691 10 


30, 476 46 


41,304 59 


111,472 15 


70, 625 74 


101, 089 70 


53,938 45 


225, 653 89 


21, 037 84 


12, 114 10 


23,615 20 


56,767 14 


56, 107 98 


29, 939 65 


160,191 02 


246, 238 65 


82, 844 39 


164,910 62 


133,119 31 | 


380, 874 32 



89 
Statem en t — Continued. 



Counties. 



Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam.. .. 
,1 Randolph . . 
il Richland.. . 

Rock Island 

j Saline 

1 Sangamon. . 

i Schuyler 

i Scott 

Shelby 

\ Stark 

St. Clair. . . . 
\ Stephenson. 

] "Tazewell 

1 Union 

1 Vermilion. . . 
I Wabash. ... 

I Warren 

\ Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside. . 

Will 

| Williamson . 

Winnebago. 

Woodford. . . 

Total 



State Tax. 



24, 
45. 
9, 
6, 
10, 
34, 

17, 

44, 

8, 

118, 

• 23, 

15, 

41, 

19, 

104, 
48, 
60, 
14, 
62, 
10, 
45, 
28, 
23, 
18, 
49, 
61, 

n, 

54, 
34, 



665 04 
368 78 
001 24 
359 48 
983 33 
534 82 
470 98 
459 85 
144 22 
742 25 
518 41 
130 22 
546 55 
062 12 
377 16 
382 04 
887 02 
876 35 
285 19 
767 82 
198 50 
119 04 
879 97 
485 38 
391 36 
448 59 
952 10 
760 00 
773 45 
760 44 



County Tax. 



$4, 525, 964 59 



$43, 844 65 
15. 405 82 
39, 598 65 

18, 446 00 

19, 893 55 
18, 290 17 
53, 151 81 

8, 798 27 
84, 234 32 
24, 104 83 
129, 360 48 
22, 910 55 
47, 052 94 
33, 303 02 
14,260 98 
79, 365 41 
56, 151 57 
96, 476 92 

18, 593 00 
28, 380 41 
22, 075 45 
43, 908 89 

21, 484 81 

19, 810 91 

20, 081 37 
28, 914 21 
64, 477 20 

22, 950 35 
39, 848 99 
30,681 04 



Town, District 

and other local 

Taxes. 



, 845, 874 49 



$43, 948 68 
69, 595 90 
94, 741 24 
13, 225 00 



18, 251 96 
33, 339 70 
30, 408 83 

131, 166 70 

19, 817 84 
115, 995 66 

45, 629 68 

20, 316 10 
70, 520 95 
69, 377 66 

120, 000 00 
95, 581 88 
97, 039 91 



131, 688 33 
5, 760 50 

132, 230 48 
19, 204 88 
43, 016 70 
47, 2150 32 

128, 381 34 

145, 958 47 
16, 654 71 
84, 829 52 
82, 260 82 



105, 499 17 



Total Tax. 



$97, 458 37 

109,370 50 

179,341 13 

41, 030 48 

26, 876 88 

47, 076 95 

120, 962 49 

56, 666 95 

259, 545 24 

52, 664 92 

363,874 55 

91, 700 45 

82, 915 59 

144, 886 09 

103, 015 80 

303, 747 45 

200, 620 47 

254,393 18 

32, 878 19 

222, 836 56 

38, 034 45 

221, 258 41 

69, 569 66 

86, 312 99 

85, 703 05 

206, 744 14 

272, 387 77 

51, 365 06 

179, 451 96 

147, 702 30 



, 477, 338 -J* 



L— 10 



90 



No. 23. 



Statement of property assessed for the year 1871, in the several counties, as 
returned to the Auditors office. 





Counties. 


Horses. 


Cattle. 


o 

H 
00 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 

$39 57 
39 84 
42 12 
49 04 
39 68 

31 90 
37 10 
48 72 

32 14 

36 53 

32 27 
29 64 
23 19 
23 07 
47 16 

37 33 
29 11 

29 49 

33 44 

41 04 
33 48 

30 63 
33 32 

33 53 
21 60 

28 80 

31 04 
20 45 
39 05 

30 60 
39 30 

45 23 

42 05 

29 11 
37 93 

30 84 

29 90 
23 5L 

32 64 

28 28 

26 46 

26 66 
20 94 

27 26 
20 99 
27 11 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge 


1 


Alexander 

Pulaski 

Massac 


1,061 
1,205 
1,625 
3,887 
2,206 
2,575 
1,072 
2,485 
3,178 


$41, 985 
48, 006 
68, 442' 

190, 619 
87, 397 
82, 158 
39, 830 

121, 080 

102, 155 


2,670 
3,761 
3,926 
6,193 
3,488 
5,177 
3,055 
3,951 
5,326 


$32, 949 
44, 492 
35, 336 
63, 740 
38, 878 
49, 067 
29,600 
52, 380 
47, 837 


$12 34 
11 83 
9 00 
10 29 




Johnson 

Pope 

Hardin 


11 15 
9 45 
9 68 

13 26 




Saline 

Total 


8 98 


V 


19, 294 

4,399 
3, 115 
6,343 

7, 652 
4,913 
3,077 
5,484 
5, 261 


$781, 672 

160, 694 
100, 534 
188, 025 
177, 439 
113, 374 
145, 100 
204, 701 
153, 296 


37, 547 

5,315 

3,738 
11, 933 
13, 682 
8,599 
4,524 
7,716 
8, 031 ( 


$394, 279 

72, 393 
34, 356 
129, 276 
99, 641 
56,312 
46, 468 
69, 092 
68, 885 


13 62 




Wabash 

Clay 

Wayne 

Richland 

Edwards 

White 


9 19 

10 83 

7 28 
6 54 

10 27 

8 95 




Lawrence 

Total 


8 53 




40, 244 

3,553 
4,197 

4,428 
7,422 
5,579 
3,382 


$1, 243, 163 

104, 763 
140, 359 
181, 746 
248, 513 
170, 861 
112, 700 


63, 538 

6,305 
5,681 
7,576 
11,442 
7,898 
3,318 


$576, 423 

51, 377 

49, 168 
75, 205 
104, 748 
63, 272 
32, 797 




3 


Williamson 

Franklin 


8 15 

8 65 

9 92 




Jeiferson 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Total 


9 15 

8 01 

9 88 




28, 561 

4,200 
5, 535 
5,018 
7,602 
8,484 
4,776 


$958, 942 

140, 825 
119, 556 
144, 518 
235, 979 
173, 534 
186, 520 


42,220 

6,231 
7,903 
5, 418 
11,911 
13, 682 
7, 760 


$376, 567 

58, 407 

52, 159 

53, 847 

111, 129 

102, 604 

103, 500 




4 




9 37 






6 60 




Clinton 

Marion 

Fayette 

Bond 

Total 


9 93 
9 33 
7 50 
13 34 




35, 615 

7440 
12, 666 


$1, 000, 932 

227, 652 
497, 778 


52, 905 

7,622 
14, 211 


$481, 646 

88, 011 
221, 520 




*< 


St. Clair 


11 55 




Madison 

Total 


15 58 




20, 106 

3,381 
2,168 
6,934 
2,159 
11, 225 


$725, 430 

152, 950 
91, 164 

201, 955 
81, 895 

346, 275 


21, 833 

6,293 
4,140 

12, 322 
4,337 

21, 348 


$309, 531 

74, 991 

48, 522 

107, 850 

44, 871 

178, 825 




6 


Jersey 

Calhoun 


11 91 

11 72 
8 75 






10 34 




Pike 


8 37 




Total 






25, 867 

15, 284 
10, 522 
9,707 
13, 738 


$874, 239 

457, 133 
247, 445 
316, 877 
388, 611 


48, 440 

24, 053 
12, 255 
12, 993 
18, 911 


$455, 059 

252, 199 
102, 955 
155, 632 
174, 366 




7 




10 49 






8 40 
11 97 




Shelby 

Total 


9 32 




49, 251 

5,269 

5, 492 

6, 055 
5, 287 
7,844 

10, 997 


$1, 410, 066 

139, 432 
146, 435 
126, 840 
144, 141 
164, 648 
298, 157 


68, 162 

9, 650 
9,575 
8,196 
7,786 
11, 885 
23, 572 


$685, 152 

71, 766 
80, 863 

65, 082 

66, 706 
88,236 

280, 250 




R 




7 43 




Jasper 


8 44 
7 94 




Cumberland 


8 56 
7 42 




Edgar 


11 46 




Total 






40, 944 


$1,019,653 


70, 664 


$652, 903 











91 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Coles 

Douglas. .. . 
Champaign . 
Vermilion. . 
Iroquois. .. . 
Ford 



Total. 

McLean . 
DeWitt . 

Piatt 

Moultrie 
Macon... 



Total. 



Tazewell.. 

Logan 

Sangamon. 

Total... 



Menard . . 

Cass 

Schuyler 
Brown... 
Morgan. . 



Total. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 
Hancock 



Total. 



McDonough. 
Henderson . . 

Mercer 

Warren 



Total. 



Mason. 
Fulton 
Knox.. 



Total. 



Peoria. . . 
Stark.... 
Marshall 
Putnam . 

Total. 



lb 



"Woodford . 
Livingston. 
LaSalle 



Total. 



Kankakee . 
Grundy . . . 

Will 

Kendall ... 



Total . 

DuPage . 

Kane 

DeKalb.. 



Total . 



Horses. 



No. Value. Av'ge 



10, 204 
5,503 
15, 676 
15, 015 
14, 354 
5,292 



|292, 646 
257, 035 
444, 330 
511, 731 
343, 993 
143, 292 



66, 044 

22, 809 
8,696 
6,202 
6,504 

10, 957 



55, 168 

12, 743 
12, 080 
16, 496 



41,319 

4,295 
3,837 
7,819 
3, 959 
7,922 



27, 832 

14, 057 
772 

15, 570 



30, 399 

13, 257 
6,587 
11, 277 
13, 618 



44, 739 

5, 654 
15, 498 
17, 819 



38, 971 

14, 121 
6,943 

8,884 
3, 537 



33, 485 

10,328 
16, 775 
21, 146 



48, 249 

8, 235 
8,178 
13, 752 
7,634 



37, 799 

6281 
10, 593 
13, 250 

30, 124 



$1, 993, 027 

678, 574 
199,666 
191, 089 
132,336 
289, 332 



$1, 490, 997 

360, 761 
437, 453 
440, 531 



$1, 238, 748 

139, 235 
131, 585 
217, 957 
121, 159 
227, 700 



$837, 636 

300, 364 
20, 570 
373, 365 



1694, 299 

187, 728 
222, 415 
303, 392 
334, 817 



II, 048, 352 

130, 064 
404, 146 
506, 677 



$1, 040, 887 

333, 020 

162, 819 

228, 076 

73, 077 



$796, 992 

277, 485 
436, 318 
454, 258 



$1,168,061 

245, 106 
208, 444 
355, 079 
185, 449 



$994, 078 

151. 604 
206, 440 
309, 520 

$667, 564 



$28 68 
46 71 
28 34 
34 08 
23 96 
27 07 



29 75 
22 96 

30 81 
20 35 
26 41 



28 31 
36 21 
26 71 



32 42 
34 29 

27 87 
30 60 

28 74 



21 36 

26 64 
23 98 



14 15 
33 68 
26 90 
24 59 



23 00 
26 07 
28 43 



23 58 
23 45 
25 67 
20 66 



26 87 
26 01 
21 48 



29 76 
25 49 
25 82 
24 29 



24 14 
19 49 
23 36 



Cattle. 



No. 



16, 980 
13, 941 
23, 546 
31, 506 
33, 008 
9,065 



Value. 



128, 046 

38, 302 
11,779 
8,404 
9,839 
14, 614 



82, 938 

17, 595 
17, 618 

31, 788 



67, 001 

9952 
6019 

13. 316 
6385 

19, 310 



54, 982 

25, 621 

748 

26, 860 



53, 229 

22. 272 
11, 726 
24, 443 

23, 571 



$157, 388 
180, 429 
298, 303 
483, 854 
312, 917 
91, 088 



82, 012 

8652 
25, 926 
31, 147 



65, 725 

21, 027 

11, 060 

13, 077 

6080 



51, 244 

15, 186 
25, 027 
33, 574 



73, 787 

16, 968 
19, 615 
36, 985 
15, 163 



88, 731 

17, 676 
32, 752 
34, 926 

85, 354 



$1, 523, 979 

452, 796 
110, 826 
100, 282 
77, 450 
153, 409 



$894, 763 

156, 548 
217, 518 
370, 982 



$745, 048 

145, 255 
64, 315 

113, 213 
64, 887 

238, 571 



$626, 241 

187, 056 

7,941 

230, 897 



$425, 894 

125, 349 
127, 560 
244, 186 
218, 454 



$715, 549 

62, 486 
206, 435 
288, 510 



$557, 431 

163, 661 

87, 753 
115, 478 
55, 044 



$421, 936 

160,507 
197, 718 
235, 111 



$593, 336 

165, 646 

166, 682 
336, 665 
116, 399 



$785, 392 

137, 351 
248, 572 
362, 742 

$748, 665 



Av"ge 



92 

Statement — Continued . 



Counties. 



HOHSES. 



No. 



20 



Ogle 

Whiteside. 
Total... 



15,806 
8,945 
11,814 



Bureau 

Henry 

Rock Island . 



36, 565 

19, 144 
17, 355 
8,305 



Total I 44, 804 

23 Carroll I 8,675 

[Jo t-aviess > 9, 007 

i Stephenson 10,483 



Total. 



23 "Winnebago. 

Boone 

JMcHenry... 
jLake 



Total. 
>Cook .. 



28, 165 

10, 886 
6,010 

10, 062 
7,743 



34, 701 
22,008 



880, 254 



Value. JAv'ge. 



|265, 829 |16 82 
194, 292 21 72 
267, 412 22 63 



|727, 533 

412, 108 
496, 122 
388, 285 



, 296, 515 

201, 919 
221, 775 
211, 317 



$635, 011 

221. 661 

98, 308 

226, 235 

135, 588 



|681, 792 
660, 976 



|23, 986, 565 



21 53 

28 58 
46 75 



23 28 

24 62 
20 16 



20 37 

16 36 

22 48 i 

17 51 i 



30 03 



Cattle. 



No. 



36, 746 
18,388 
30, 957 



86, 091 

371, 411 
30, 701 
18, 518 



86, 630 

20, 457 
23.658 
24, 265 



68, 380 

25, 240 
15, 231 
30, 417 
21, 088 



91, 976 



39, 913 



127 25 , 1, 611, 349 



Value. Av'g« 



1211,290 
141,985 
215, 801 



$569, 076 

264, 569 
269, 013 
292, 934 



$826, 516 

129, 415 
163, 972 
143, 309 



£436, 696 

163, 522 

93. 843 

209, 927 

131, 403 



$598, 695 



293, 638 



|14, 694, 415 



85 75 

7 72 
fi 97 



7 07 

8 76 
15 82 



6 33 
6 93 
5 93 



6 49 
6 16 
6 90 
6 23 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



1 Alexander 

Pulaski 

Massac 

Union 

Johnson .. 

Pope 

Hardin 

Gallatin . . . 
Saline 

Total . . . 



2! Hamilton . 
] Wabash . . 

Clay 

[Wayne - - - 
iKichland. . 
; Edwards. . 
White 
Lawrence. 



Total 



Mules and Asses. 



No. Value. Av 



402 
304 
810 
852 
945 
800 
307 
511 
1, 050 

"57981 

673 
340 
929 
1,186 
579 
401 
941 
346 

5,395 



$19, 990 
14, 484 
36, 865 
49, 140 
41, 255 
26, 994 
14,100 
25, 630 
35, 180 



$263, 638 

25, 259 
12, 203 
28, 187 
27, 559 

13, 913 
22, 490 
40, 273 

14, 881 



Williamson 1, 361 

Franklin I 1, 207 



Jackson 
Jefferson . . 
Randolph . 
Monroe . . . 
Total . . . 



Perry 

Washington 

Clinton 

Marion 

Fayette 

Bond 

Total 



St. Clair 
Madison 

Total . 



1, 016 

2,208 

1, 023 

856 



7,671 

784 
1,081 

891 
1,217 

741 

486 



|184, 765 

43, 012 
43, 690 
49, 550 
83, 556 
35,321 
38, 465 



5,200 



2,220 
3,034 



6 1 Jersey .. 
j Calhoun 
Greene . 
I Scott... 
[Pike.... 

Total . 



Macoupin — 
Montgomery. 

Christian 

Shelby 

Total 



Effingham .. 

Jasper 

Crawford . . . 
Cumberland 

Clark 

Edgar 

Total 



Coles 

Douglas 

Champaign . 
Vermilion .. 
Iroquois . . . 
Ford 

Total.... 



5,254 

548 
340 
774 
249 
2,216 



4, 127 



$293, 594 

24, 511 
24, 420 
24, 421 
39, 311 
16,947 
18, 000 

$147, 610 

82, 265 
165, 407 



.$247, 672 

17, 705 
19, 985 
26, 120 
9,167 
67, 338 



3, 659 

995 
911 
1, 305 
1,166 
762 
716 



$140, 315 

70, 514 
31, 630 
67, 436 
36, 351 



8205, 931 

11, 341 
15, 226 
8,536 
14, 446 
12, 683 
27, 911 



$90, 143 

28, 030 
28, 762 
47, 310 
39, 571 
17, 549 
25, 218 



5,855 ! $186, 440 



$49 73 
47 64 

45 51 
57 67 
43 56 
33 74 

46 15 
50 16 
33 50 



37 53 
35 86 
30 34 

23 24 

24 21 
56 08 

42 80 

43 00 



3) 60 

36 20 
48 76 

37 84 
34 53 
44 93 



31 26 
22 60 
27 40 

32 30 
22 89 
37 04 



37 10 
54 52 



32 31 

58 77 

33 76 
36 81 
30 38 



33 07 
23 29 
37 15 

27 87 



23 02 
30 70 

22 34 
29 12 
20 35 

23 75 



28 17 
31 57 
36 25 
33 93 
23 03 
35 22 



Sheep . 



No. 



1,021 
940 
2, 982 
6,361 
7, 252 
7,182 
3,215 
5,060 
10, 666 



Value. 



44, 679 



$1, 326 
923 
3, 001 
,377 
252 
006 
215 
270 
621 




111, 058 



14, 007 
11,929 
6, 203 
19, 158 
8,185 
1,619 



61, 101 

6,456 
6, 156 
3,440 
12, 836 
15, 876 
5,458 



50, 222 

2,971 

5, 275 

8,246 

2,058 
1,169 

6, 602 
4,033 

12, 455 



26, 317 



70, 355 

10, 204 
17, 110 
19, 095 
11, 161 
22, 186 
26,_570_ 
T06,~326 

14, 303 
8,567 
9,713 

40, 588 

5,395 

503 

79, 069~ 



318 
747 
590 
109 
794 
600 
781 
619 



546 
929 
183 

830 

724 
389 



481 
156 
517 
572 
223 
340 



122 

792 



399 
226 
400 
033 
343 



986 
380 

302 

722 



390 

340 
81'6 

904 
632 
460 

864 



939 
873 
099 
733 
_279 

.§7772" 



94 

Statement — Continued. 




Sheep. 



8,991 
3,169 
6,853 
5,656 



24, 669 

1,123 
19, 739 
9,764 



30, 626 

6,578 
2,836 
4,268 
1,674 



15, 356 

4,837 
5,026 
9,732 

19, 595 

1,164 
2, 069 
7,124 
8,210 



18, 567 

14, 600 
21,564 
14, 411 

~56y575 

10. 970 
6, 245 
4,034 

21,249 

5,722 
3,856 
3,403 

12, 981 

5,328 
9,563 
12,604_ 

27, 495 



No. 


Value. 


16,232 


$8, 996 


13, 706 


7,974 


2,864 


2,604 


17, 857 


8,977 


8,189 


4,801 


58, 848 


§33, 352 


6, 530 


5,350 


4,108 


3,503 


11,998 


10, 079 

§18, 932 


22,636 


6,444 


6,390 


1,547 


825 


10, 202 


5,309 


7,296 


5,247 


9,393 


8,200 
625797T - 


34, 882 


17, 002 


11, 041 


68 


68 


12, 523 


6, 317 


29, 593 


$17,426 



3,578 
2,330 
4,353 
2,929 



$13, 190 

855 

14,555 

4,962 

$20, 372 

5,089 
1,420 
3,028 
1,219 



$10, 756 

4,333 
2,663 
4,918 



$11,914 

1,159 
1,660 
4,569 
4,090 



$11, 478 

10,277 
10, 996 
7,236 



$28, 509 

6,094 
3,047 
3, 736 



$12, 877 

3,686 
1,951 
3,630 

"$97267" 

2, 578 
5,154 
7,180 



$14, 912 



95 



Statement — Continued. 



b 

5 


Counties. 


Mules xsd Asses. 


Sheep. 


s 


No. 


Value. 


Average. 


No. 


Value. 


Av'g. 


S3 


Total 


23? 

96 
176 

60 


$4, 784 
1,467 
3,943 
1,034 


$20 02 
15 28 
22 40 
17 23 

29 44 


14, 572 
14, 487 
34,327 
47, 712 

~~ lll7098~ 

7,954 
1, 073, 497 


$8,591 

8,750 

17, 836 

23, 344 

$58, 521 
6,840 


59 
60 
51 
49 




571 
309 


$11,228 
9,096 




24 
35 


1 Cook 


86 




85,570 


$2, 822, 148 


$32 98 


$732, 254 











96 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



1 Alexander . 

Pulaski 

Massac 

Union 

Johnson . . . 

Pope 

i Hardin 

Gallatin . . . 
Saline 



Total 



2 Hamilton . 
; Wabash . . 

'Clay 

; "Wayne . . - 
j Richland.. 
Edwards . . 
| White 
I Lawrence. 



Total 



3; Williamson 
I Franklin — 

| Jackson 

Jefferson ... 
j Randolph . . . 
: Monroe 



Total 



4 Perry 

| Washington 

! Clinton .' 

| Marion 

I Fayette 

Bond 

Total 



St. Clair . 
Madison . 

Total . 



Jersey . . 
Calhoun . 
Greene . . 
Scott.... 
Pike .... 

Total . 



Macoupin 

Montgomery. 

Christian 

Shelby 

Total 



Effingham .. 

Jasper 

Crawford . . . 
Cumberland 

Clark 

Edgar 

I Total 

I 
9 Coles 

Douglas 

! Champaign . 
'■ Vermilion .. 
i Iroquois 

Ford 

! Total 



Hogs. 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 


Xo. 


Value. 
$18, 345 


Av'ge. 


7,114 


$ 7,397 


$1 04 


659 


$27 84 


7,602 


8,325 


1 10 


701 


17, 663 


25 20 


9,788 


10, 673 


1 09 


925 


24, 321 


26 29 


17, 599 


19, 067 


1 08 


1, 773 


61, 895 


34 91 


12,430 


12, 430 


1 00 


779 


22 202 


28 50 


13, 629 


15, 552 


1 14 


883 


19,004 


21 52 


6,866 


7,435 


1 08 


330 


9,085 


27 52 


13, 241 


22, 530 


1 70 


953 


31, 780 


33 35 


15, 714 


18, 454 


1 17 


1,069 


26, 253 


24 56 


103, 983 


$121, 863 




8,072 


$230, 548 




17, 063 


23, 937 


1 40 


1,106 


28,703 


25 95 


9, 573 


19, 114 


1 99 


1,142 


27, 986 


24 50 


22, 188 


37, 603 


1 69 


2, 037 


41, 562 


20 40 


23, 596 


30, 795 


1 31 


2,290 


35, 405 


15 46 


15, 170 


17, 457 


1 15 


1, 735 


28,907 


16 65 


13, 125 


26, 683 


2 03 


1,214 


45, 046 


37 10 


23,825 


30,077 


1.26 


1,874 


48, 903 


26 09 


17, 160 


28,715 
$214, 381 


1 67 


1,667 
13, 065 


39,653 
$2967l~65r 


23 79 


141, 700 




22, 323 


26, 168 


1 18 


1,217 


25, 831 


21 23 


19, 382 


19, 382 


1 00 


1,200 


31, 313 


26 09 


18, 603 


25,573 


1 38 


1,581 


47, 031 


29 74 


32, 894 


41, 063 


1 25 


2, 236 


54, 805 


24 51 


17, 074 


18, 690 


1 09 


2,220 


45, 118 


20 32 


10, 779 


16, 097 


1 49 


1,824 


28,351 


15 54 


121, 055 


$146, 973 




10, 278 


$232, 449 




11, 942 


12,287 


1 03 


1,461 


26, -527 


18 15 


14, 812 


14, 812 


1 00 


1,941 


27, 775 


14 31 


12, 362 


22,904 


1 85 


1,930 


39, 751 


20 59 


25, 102 


45,294 


1 80 


2,579 


57, 030 


22 11 


23, 110 


27, 073 


1 17 


2,484 


37,287 


15 00 


16, 035 


27,345 


1 71 


1,558 


34, 970 


22 45 


103, 363 


$149, 715 


11, 953 


$223, 340 




17,307 


34, 586 


2 00 


4,360 


75,262 


17 26 


45, 407 


117, 479 


2 59 


5, 937 


166, 299 


28 00 


62, 714 


$152, 065 


10,297 


$241, 561 




13,023 


26, 136 


2 01 


1,469 


41, 606 


28 32 


8, 032 


17, 159 


2 13 


744 


17, 192 


23 10 


23,067 


41, 890 


1 81 


1,868 


39, 950 


21 39 


11, 391 


23, 402 


2 05 


667 


23,875 


35 79 


52, 760 


85, 135 


1 61 


4,040 

8,788 


87,326 
$209, 949 


21 61 


108, 273 


$193, 722 




45, 713 


88, 687 


1 94 


4,685 


97, 374 


20 78 


29, 900 


29,900 


1 00 


2,864 


56, 445 


19 70 


42,206 


83, 366 


1 98 


2,985 


43, 938 


14 71 


48, 345 


94, 298 


1 95 


3,710 


83, 884 


22 61 


166, 164 


#296, 251 


14, 244 


$281, 641 




15, 060 


14, 535 


96 


1,892 


29,330 


15 50 


17, 800 


25, 534 


1 43 


1,601 


28, 289 


17 66 


22, 528 


35, 512 


1 58 


1,718 


27, 967 


16 27 


15, 293 


23, 864 


1 56 


1,538 


28, 415 


18 47 


24, 222 


34, 173 


1 41 


2,622 


38, 545 


14 70 


45, 038 


109, 784 


2 44 


3,480 
137851 


77, 897 
$230, 443 


22 38 


139, 941 


$243, 402 




40, 045 


66, 099 


1 65 


3,180 


60, 243 


18 94 


28,589 


60, 915 


2 13 


2.246 


48, 033 


21 39 


43, 433 


76, 932 


1 77 


4,667 


87, 424 


18 73 


54,433 


120, 535 


2 21 


4,561 


118, 091 


25 80 


32,253 


48, 448 


1 50 


4,183 


58,041 


13 85 


13, 214 


22,034 

. $3047963" 


1 67 


1.637 


22, 925 


14 00 


211, 967 


20,474 


394, 737 





97 
Sta tement — Continued . 



Counties. 



10|McLran . 
DeWitt . 

Piatt 

Moultrie 
Macon . . . 

Total . . 



Ill Tazewell.. 
Logan .... 
Sangamon 

Total . . . 



12 Menard. - 

Cass 

Schuyler 
I Brown . . . 
Morgan . . 



Total 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 
Hancock 

Total 



14 McDonough . 

Henderson . - 

Mercer 

"Warren 

Total 



15 1 Mason . 
Fulton. 
Knox . . 

Total 



16 1 Peoria . .. 
I Stark .... 
Marshall 
! Putnam 
Total . . 



22 



Woodford.. 
Livingston. 
La Salle.... 
Total 



Kankakee 
Grundy . . . 

Will 

Kendall. .. 

Total . . . 



DnPage. 
Kane . . . 
DeKalh . 

Total . 



Ogle 

Lee 

Whiteside . 

Total 



Bureau 

Henry 

Bock"lsland . 
Total 



Carroll 

.To Daviess . . . 
Stephenson . . 

Total 

L— 11 





Hogs. 




Carriages axd Wagoxs. 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 

§1 81 

1 51 

2 07 
1 23 
1 43 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 


79, 406 
34, 958 
21,240 
27, 587 
41, 454 
204, 645 


1143, 383 
52, 922 
44, 145 
34, 997 
59, 042 

1334,489" 


6,696 
2,463 
1,891 
1, 537 
3,419 


§124, 840 
37, 115 
34, 152 
21,619 
62, 874 

§280, 600 


§18 64 
15 07 
18 05 
14 07 
18 39 


16, 006 




43, 714 

50, 074 
78, 603 

f72739f 


62, 249 
106, 332 
133, 782 

$302,363 


1 42 

2 12 
1 70 


4, 16 
3,304 

4,728 

12, 078 


77, 675 

69, 546 

I 123, 136 

$2707357" 


19 20 
21 04 

20 04 


23, 647 
13, 807 
26, 993 
16, 133 
32, 205 


48, 125 
31, 890 
47, 584 
21, 878 
64, 116 


2 04 
2 31 
176 
1 35 

1 99 


1,265 

1, 265 
2, 125 
1,345 

2, 727 


32, 990 
24, 230 
37, 824 
26, 656 
I 61, 860 


£6 08 
19 15 
17 79 
19 77 
22 69 


112, 785 


$213, 593 




8, 727 


§183, 560 




60, 162 

279 

49, 183 


85, 513 

861 

78,919 


1 42 
3 08 

1 60 


5,500 

481 

5, 129 


80, 409 

18, 403 
84, 546 


14 62 

38 26 
16 48 


109, 624 


§165, 293 




11, 110 


§183, 358 




57, 345 
26, 230 
51, 853 
61, 444 


56, 438 
63,315 
75, 604 

98, 666 


98 
2 41 
1 40 
1 61 


3, 962 

1, 736 

2, 677 
3,771 


39, 677 

40, 360 
53, 072 
77, 710 


10 00 
23 25 

19 86 

20 61 


196, 872 


§294, 023 




12, 146 


$210, 819 




18, 433 

73, 227 
71, 264 

162, 924 


25, 232 
112, 278 
158,415 

$295, 925 


1 37 

1 53 

2 22 


2,494 

4, 084 

4,957 

I27135" 


33, 969 
92, 684 
100, 543 

$227,196 


13 62 

19 78 

20 28 


49, 230 
31, 542 

26, 745 
9, 464 


67, 115 

34, 090 
41,643 
14, 133 


1 36 
1 08 
1 56 
1 49 


4,589 
1,073 
2, 671 
1,071 


88, 020 
25, 688 
43, 608 
16, 270 


19 18 

15 30 

16 32 
15 19 


116, 981 


$156, 981 




10, 009 


$173, 586 




35, 611 
43, 199 

48, 802 

127,612" 


56, 090 
53, 402 
49, 149 

fl58,~64r 


1 58 
1 84 
1 01 


3,222 
5,236 
6,861 

157319" 


49, 564 
67, 793 

87, 562 


15 38 
12 95 
12 76 


$204, 919 




11, 395 

10, 875 
21, 444 
17, 863 


19, 368 
16, 473 
33, 847 
33, 973 
§103, 661 


1 70 
1 51 
1 58 
1 90 


2,038 
2,143 
5,435 

2,271 


40, 043 

29, 935 
69, 228 

30, 326 

$169, 532 


19 66 
14 00 

12 74 

13 31 


61, 577 


11, 887 




10, 486 
19, 156 
35, 101 

64, 743" 


16, 973 

24, 236 
45, 060 

$867269" 


1 62 
1 26 

1 28 


2,574 
4, 372 
3,336 


35, 035 

65, 049 
47, 666 

$147, 750 


13 61 

14 88 
14 28 


10, 282 




52, 018 
28, 168 
36, 566 
116, 752 


61, 376 
31, 493 

43, 990 
§136, 859 


1 18 
1 12 
1 20 


4,930 
3,357 

3,701 

11, 988 


58, 145 
38, 889 
45, 931 


11 79 

11 58 

12 41 


$142, 965 




58, 201 
60, 861 
26, 029 

1457091 


69, 959 

98, 851 

46, 528 

§2157338 


1 20 
1 62 
1 79 


5,150 
5, 203 
2,696 


71, 910 

89, 465 
109, 410 

$2707785 


13 96 

17 20 
40 58 


13, 049 




30, 909 
30, 639 
43, 065 


39, 493 

42, 574 
45, 333 


1 28 
1 39 
1 05 


2,681 
2, 928 
4, 130 


35, 197 
37, 573 
52, 205 


13 13 

12 83 
12 64 


104, 613 


$127, 400 




9,7i9' 


§124, 975 





98 
Statement — Continued . 



5* 

V- 
H 


Counties. 




Hogs. 




Carriages and "Wagons. 


O 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 


Ko. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 


O'j 




25, 655 
10, 004 
21, 850 
10, 297 

67,806 
15, 173 


$31, 383 
15, 737 
26, 205 
11, 049 


|1 22 
1 57 
1 20 
1 07 

1 65 


3,991 
2,054 
3, 510 
2,941 


$54, 782 
22, 730 
42, 366 

29, 074 


$13 72 






11 07 






12 07 




Lake 


9 89 




Total 






$84, 374 
24, 985 


12, 496 
10, 937 


$148, 952 
367, 718 




24 


Jcook 


33 62 


2o 


Aggregate 


. 




2, 938, 749 


$4, 613, 529 


$1 57 


287, 930 


$5, 447, 925 


$18 92 









99 



Statem en t — Continued. 



Clocks and Watches. 



Counties. 



Alexander 

Pulaski 

Massac 

Union 

Johnson 

Pope 

Hardin 

Gallatin 

Saline 

Total 

Hamilton 

Wabash 

Clay 

Wayne 

Kiciiland. .. . 
Edwards. ... 

White 

Lawrence 

Total 

Williamson. . 
Franklin. ... 

Jackson 

Jefferson. ... 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Total 

Perry 

Washington . 

Clinton 

Marion 

Fayette 

Bond 

Total 

St. Clair 

Madison 

Total 

Jersey 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Scott 

Pike 

Total 

Macoupin 

Montgomery. 

Christian 

Shelby 

Total 

Effingham.. . 

Jasper 

Crawford 

Cumberland. 

Clark 

Edgar 

Total 

Coles 

Douglas 

Champaign. . 
Vermilion . . . 

Iroquois 

Ford 

Total 



No. 



655 
727 
996 
1, 650 
659 
829 
151 
360 
668 



6,695 

605 

1, 059 
1,860 
1,848 
1,841 
1, 072 
1, 257 
1,423 
10, 965 

1,040 
929 

1, 743 
1,734 

2, 345 
1,612 
9,403 

1, 358 
1.647 

1, 699 

2, 792 
2, 042 

453 



9,991 



2, 248 

2,897 



5. 145 

1,051 
555 
899 
448 

3, 685 

~6, 638 

4,717 

2, 492 

2,530 

_3, 112 

l2,~851 

1,771 

1, 428 
1, 
1,070 

2, 432 

3, 072 



Value. 



$9, 733 
3,883 
4,251 
9,967 
3,401 
3, 102 
1,690 
7, 270 
3,370 



$46, 667 

3,330 

2, 906 
6, 250 
5,193 
5,018 
5,631 
5,322 
4,040 
"$377690 

4,206 
4, 643 
8,487 
6, 062 
7,318 

2, 503 

"$33/219 

3, 550 
2,964 
2,870 

11,003 
4,509 
2,485 

"$277381 

6, 675 
_ 20, 037 

"$26, 712 

7,275 
2,700 
7,330 
2,485 
9,199 

~$28, 989 

11, 660 

12, 695 

10, 587 

11, 260 

"$46, 202 

2,407 
3,203 
6,676 
2,471 
6,171 
10, 130 



Ave'ge. 



11, 301 $31, 058 



3,379 
1, S64 
4, 336 
3,746 
4, 046 
1.280 



10, 830 
7,834 

14, 984 

15, 798 
7,753! 
2,443 

18,751 $597342! 

I 



$14 86 

5 34 

4 27 

6 04 

5 16 
3 74 

11 29 

20 20 

5 04 



5 50 

2 74 

3 36 
2 81 
2 72 
5 25 

4 23 
2 84 



4 04 

5 00 
4 86 
3 49 
3 12 
1 55 



2 61 
1 80 

1 68 

3 94 

2 20 
5 49 



2 97 
6 92 



6 92 

4 86 
8 15 

5 54 
2 49 



2 47 
5 09 
4 18 

3 61 



1 35 

2 24 
4 36 
2 31 

2 53 

3 30 



3 20 
3 99 

3 46 

4 21 
1 92 
1 91 



Pianos. 



No. 



72 
21 
86 
29 

6 
21 

4 

27 

1 

"201 



38 
37 
38 

1117 
31 

■III 



154- 
357 
"5ll 

85 

7 

109 

19 
115 

~335 

202 
69 
90 
70 



Value. 



$28, 755 
2,545 
2,004 
4, 085 

500 
1,768 

400 
5,620 



Ave'ge. 



$25, 752 

800 
2,140 
3,070 
1,690 
4, 200 
2,495 
1,355 

820 

$16, 570 

535 
600 
3,480 
4,714 
3,915 
1,335 



$121 60 
121 20 

77 08 
140 86 

83 33 

83 80 
100 00 
208 15 

75 00 



100 00 
89 16 
80 79 
88 95 
54 55 

124 75 
84 70 
82 00 



$14, 579 

2,763 
1,835 
21, 145 
11,000 
1,569 
3,445 

"$227757 

9,504 
35, 141 



$44, 645 

9,285 

900 

10, 945 

1,600 

7,651 

~ $30, 381 

16, 800 
5, 375 
5,100 
5,065 



$32, 340 

2,720 
635 

1,550 
750 

3,380 

9, 240 



41 
14 
15 

38 

81 

T99 $18, 275 



134 
56 

202 
117 

81 



10, 135 

5, 785 

13,037 

11,855 

4, 314 

1, 729 

~$46, 855 



76 43 
85 71 
94 05 
168 35 
78 30 
63 57 



72 71 

49 60 
56 44 

102 80 

50 61 
86 12 



61 72 
98 40 



100 23 
128 57 
100 41 
84 21 
66 53 



83 17 
77 89 
56 66 
71 50 



61 81 
45 35 
103 33 
107 14 
88 94 
114 07 



75 63 
103 30 

64 54 
101 32 

53 26 

49 40 



Total value 
of enumera- 
ted proper- 

ty- 



$140, 480 
140, 321 
184, 893 
404, 890 
213, 315 
204, 651 
105, 355 
271, 560 
243, 945 



$1,909,410 

328, 434 
204, 986 
446, 563 
389, 831 
245, 975 
306, 513 
413, 504 
319, 909 



12, 655, 715 

265, 438 
301, 084 
397, 255 
556, 291 
352, 219 
233, 6 37 

2, 105, 924 

275, 351 
249, 677 
293, 973 
519, 318 
371, 740 
381, 605 



$268 28 
253 13 
206 37 
300 89 
213 38 
186 26 
233 82 
376 58 
181 39 



$2, 091, 670 

527, 077 
1, 230, 453 

$1, 757, 530 

333, 347 

198, 848 
442, 440 
191,328] 
791,097 

$l,957706~bi 



1,006,353 162 72 

490,825! 159 38 

688,238 159 84 

816, 557 j 165 62 

"$37001,^973 



276, 871 
316, 001 
291, 067 
288, 425 
360, 290 

839, 233 

$2, 3717893 

632, 220 
593, 732 
987, 193 
1, 335, 534 
795, 748 

309,JK)8 

~$47653,T35 



100 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



10 McLean . 
He Witt. 
Piatt . . . 
Moultrie 
Macon. .. 
Total.. 



11 



18 



Tazewell- . 
Logan. ... 

Sangamon. 

Dotal..-. 



Menard.. 

Cass 

Schuyler. 
Brown . . . 
Morgan. . 

Total... 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 
Hancock 

Total 



McDonough. 
Henderson. . 

Mercer 

Warren 

Total 



Mason.. 
I<'ulion. 
Knox. . . 

Total. 



Peoria . . . 
Stark. . . . 
Marshall. 
Putnam. . 

Total... 



"Woodford.. 
Livingston. 
LaSalle 

Total 



Kankakee. 
fnmdy. . . 

"Will 

jibiidaU. . . 

Total.... 



19 Du Page. 
Kane .... 

DeKalb.. 
Total... 



20lO<jle 

Lee 

. hiteside. 

Total... . 



21 Bureau 

Henry 

Kock Island. 
Total 



22 Carroll 

j To Daviess 
I Stephenson. 

' Total 



Clocks and Watches. 



No. 



6, 673 
2,474 
1, 542 
1,400 
1,646 
13/735 

2,839 
2,947 
3, 546 

! 37332 

1,328 
179 

2,068 
1,301 
1,028 

5, 904 

4,568 

911 

5, 326 

10, 805 

4,281 

1, 550 

2, 266 
3,268 



11, 365 

2,302 

4,725 
4,124 

Tl, 151 

3,446 
1, 602 
2,604 
1,063 

8,715 

3,044 
4,639 
6,125 



13, 808 



1, 911 

4, 823 

1,827 



Value. 



$28, 713 
7,704 
5, 925 
2,967 
7,080 



$52, 389 

10, 107 
15, 161 
30, 217 

"$55, 515 

8,380 
2,580 
4,432 
2,460 
_ 11, 634 

~$29, 486 

9,054 

8,825 

12, 8 31 

$30, 710 

7,019 
5, 675 
6,111 
9,066 

$27, 871 

6,559 
12, 073 
17, 446 

~$36,~078 

12, 187 

• 2,809 

5, 427 

1, 430 

' $21, 853 

7,767 
9,285 
15, 471 



Ave'ge. 



9,449 

2,891 

6,345 

3,3 29 

"127565 

4,876 

3,961 

3,218 

12, 055 

4,166 

4,857 
_1, 804 

10, 827 

2, 865 
2, 182 
4, 970 

10,0171 



$32, 523 

3,412 
3,403 
10, 924 
3, 528 

~$2l72~67 

4,585 
18, 913 
4,074 



11,114 

5,985 
5, 051 

>22, 150 

7,327 
11, 248 
23, 522 

$42, 097 

4,232 

4, 512 

7^503 

$10, 247 



$4 30 
3 11 

3 84 
2 12 

4 30 



3 56 
5 14 
8 53 



6 31 
14 41 

2 14 

1 89 

11 31 



1 98 
9 68 

2 41 



1 64 
3 66 

2 70 
2 77 



2 85 
2 55 
4 23 



3 53 

1 75 

2 08 
1 35 



2 55 
2 00 
2 52 



3 84 

1 78 

2 27 
1 93 



1 59 

2 98 
1 22 



2 28 
1 51 
1 57 



1 76 

2 32 
13 04 



1 48 

2 07 
1 51 



Pianos. 



No. 



396 
59 
24 
18 

131 



168 
119 
351 



36 
50 
46 
25 
290 



152 
226 



130 
32 
51 

196 



74 
199 
313 



306 
40 

104 
26 



114 
_463 

"675 



95 

73 

230 

110 

1508 

145 
456 
L66 



225 
183 
169 



213 
236 
231 



Value. 



Av'ge 



Total value 
of enumera- 
ted proper- 
ty- 



, 510 $77 04 
, 031 i 51 39 , 



2, 140 
1, 250 

8,417 



89 16 

69 44 
64 25; 



$1, 525, 019 $213 67 

437,662 129 13 

404, 651 192 25 

292, 212 135 21 

628,873 156 16 

$3, 288, 417 



10,321 61 43 

7, 005 1 58 S6 
48, 385 137 85 



$65, 711 



3,020 
2,970 
3,013 
2,140 
_20, 974 

|32,117 



6,057 
20, 125 
10, 008 

"$36,190 

3,773 
3,130 

4,478 
12, 308 

"$237689 

4, 119 

14, 333 

21, 601 

$40, 053 

21, 850 
2,021 
5, 727 
1,505 



84 50 
59 40 
05 59 
S5 50 
72 31 



39 85 
89 05 
57 85 



29 02 
97 81 
87 80 
62 79 



55 66 
72 02 
69 01 



71 40 
50 52 
55 06 

57 88 



702, 352 

925, 108 

1, 240, 529 

$278677989 

409, 520 
278, 715 
449, 842 
262, 079 
665, 637 
$2, 065, 793 

748, 543 

80, 268 

864, 255 



$31,103 

5, 516 1 56 28 

6, 600 57 90 
22, 054 48 93 

$34, 770 



5, 725 
3, 630 
14, 305 
5, 240 

"$287900 



60 26 
49 80 
62 19 
47 63 



8, 200 56 55 
23,693 51 95 
10, 629 64 03 



$1, 693, 066 

449, 187 
487 355 

717, 028 
785, 985 

$2, 439, 555 

312, 627 

880, 498 

1, 125, 869 

$2, 3187994 

710, 240 
325, 314 
450, 576 
104, 991 

"$17651,121 

574, 407 

808, 615 

__ 883, 200 

$2, 266, 222 

491, 482 
440, 118 
839. 463 
383, 650 



183 
108 
197 



$42, 522 

11, 723 

7, 599 
6, 907 



$26, 229 

8,371 
12, 909 
34, 573 

"$55, 853 

5, 343 
4,920 

8,478 

"$18, 741 



$2, 154, 713 

366, 735 
603, 312 
794, 940 





v i, 764, 987 


52 10 
41 52 

40 87 


631, 840 

427, 700 
595, 147 


' 


$1, 654, 687 


39 30 
54 70 
49 67 


852, 867 

1, 002, 885 

921,537 




$2, 777, 289 


29 35 
45 56 
43 04 


441, 434 

487, 448 
480, 395 




«1, 3d9, 277 



156 25 
181 50 

242 88 



202 52 
175 81 
166 84 
183 23 
181 27 



112 43 
202 79 
141 08 



79 39 
208 48 
180 14. 
149 83 



130 60 
158 68 
163 20 ( 



155 72 

124 40 
137 53 

125 95 



1 45 88 
138 08 
114 54 



157 65 
130 30 
142 51 I 
120 93 



132 03 
118 41 
138 41 



109 95 
105 79 

110 61 I 



109 55 
141 32 
315 72 



100 19 
125 19 
105 10 



101 



Statement — Continued. 



55.1 


Clocks a.nd Watches. 




Pianos. 




Total value 
of enumera- 
ted proper- 
t.y. 


g°E3 


Counties. 

'j. 


]S T o. 


\ alue. 


Av'ge. 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge- 

$64 08 
42 34 
51 46 
45 24 

|85 85 


3 s> 


23 "Winnebago 


2,991 

1, 900 
3, 237 

2, 258 
10, 386 

7, 158 


|9, 976 

3, 469 

4, 443 
4,106 

"121,994 

72, 263 

1847,575 


$3 34 

1 83 
1 37 
1 81 

10 09 

#3 40 


341 
65 
113 
118 
637 

2,882 


$21,852 
2, 752 
5,815 
5,338 

$35,757 

247, 419 


$516, 551 
247, 056 
536, 770 
340, 936 

$1,641,313 
1, 682, 935 


$129 82 


[McHenry 

Lake... 

Total 

~i jc'ook 


118 39 
99 47 

198 90 


Aggregate 


249, 012 


13, 909 81, 0!C, 557 


$73 09 


$54, 160, 968 


$167 01 



102 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Alexander . . 

Pulaski 

Massac 

Union 

Johnson 

Pope 

Hardin 

Gallatin 

Saline 

Total 

Hamilton 

Wabash 

Clay .. 

Wayne 

Richland 

Edwards 

White 

Lawrence ... 
Total 

Williamson . 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Jefferson . .. 
Randolph . . . 
Monroe 

Total 

Perry 

Washington. 

Clinton 

Marion 

Fayette 

Bond 

Total 

St. Clair 

Madison 

Total 

Jersey 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Scott 

Pike 

Total 

Macoupin ... 
Montgomery 
Christian .1. 

Shelby 

Total 

Effingham... 

Jasper 

Crawford 

Cumberland. 

Clark 

Edgar 

Total 

Coles 

Douglas 

Champaign. . 
Vermilion... 

Iroquois 

Ford 

Total 



Goods and 
merchandise. 



$179, 825 
38, 988 
44, 717 
118, 365 
22, 300 
30, 295 
20, 360 

108, 500 
20, 495 

""$583, 845 

24, 290 
36, 282 
68, 660 
2G, 279 
51, 067 
33, 750 
81, 400 
35, 840_ 

"$3~577568~ 

22, 950 
14, 710 
91, 185 
62, 257 
111,370 

44, 020 

~$3467492~ 

45, 597 

38, 746 
27, 028 

109, 890 

46, 011 
53, 415 



§320, 687 

171, 522 
_389, 201_ 

"$560, 723 

69, 565 
18, 485 
74, 180 
35, 700 
103,8 92 

§301, 822" 

167, 728 
73, 135 
80, 124 
92, 642 



$413, 62 9 

30, 119 

18, 131 
26, 165 
26, 794 
48, 793 
_ 107, 337 _ 
"$257,"339 _ 

123, 556 
10a, 994 

124, 616 
166, 311 

70, 472 
23, 703 



Bankers' 
property. 



$7, 072 



$700 



393 

25, 000 



$25, 393 



articles. 



$18, 500 
13, 335 
28, 810 
10, 180 



780 

1, 100 

900 

630 



*74, 235 

500 

11, 120 

3,845 

•254 

1, 292 

2, 000 
8,784 
1,460 

~$29,255~ 
11,940 



6,430 

7, 075 

18, 336 

8,151_ 

"$5l7932" 
2,725 



5,305 

4, 975 

8,911 

10, 959 



$32, 866 



$613, 652 




vol, 7.;0 



Moneys and 
credits. 


Bonds, 
stocks, eS 


$19, 520 

14, 490 

340 


$5, 100' 
5,482 


162, 267 
13, 520 


15. 465 


35, 105 




5, 200 




241, 100 
5, 510 


3, 610 


"T5O2705IP 
30, 965 


"$297657 


79, 646 
120, 819 


3, 110 


52, 729 




46, 109 
170, 784 
94, 795 
42, 802 


70 
2, 300 
1,100 






$638, 649 

23, 371 
36, 661 


;»o, 580 
841 


101, 484 
152, 696 


700 


204, 039 - 
110, 752 


3, 900 
100 


$629, 003 

26, 663 
48, 981 


$5, 541 
165 


24, 880 
179, 150 

30, 969 
140, 985 


12, 875 
72, 459 
41, 671 


~~ $451,628" 

247, 872 
657, 618 


108, 433 
122, 185 


$905, 490 

182, 575 

42, 195 

146, 275 


$230, 618 

736 
5, 300 


56, 624 




272, 297 
~§699, 966 " 

301, 429 
82, 390 


4,684 

$To,>io 

33, 700 


94, 261 
195, 887 

$673, 967 

23, 898 
49, 109 
42, 645 


375 
350 

$347425 

450 
100 


41, 027 




63, 598 
50, 215 


8, 852 


~$270, 492~ 

215, 786 
125, 875 


$97402 
68, 655 


126, 682 

542, 242 
106, 632 

25, 598 

$l7l42,"8T5~ 


611 

2, GOO 

16, 788 

1, 100 

$89,754 







103 

Statem ent — Continued. 






TJ. 

H 


Counties. 


Goods and 
merchandise. 


Bankers' 
property. 


Mamifactur'd 
articles. 


Moneys and 
credits. 


Bonds 
stocks, etc 


1(1 




$362, 221 
51, 169 

34, 546 
16,998 

183, 452 
|648, 376 

134, 461 
123, 938 
410, 950 

|669,349 

55, 605 
41, 155 

35, 052 
39, 690 

224, 375 


$333 


$30, 481 

2,411 

1,640 

1.936 

53, 283 


$450, 767 

86, 478 
77, 896 
60, 590 

132, 760 

"$8081491^ 

172, 357 
179, 031 
431, 744 

$783, 132 

87, 655 
64,185 
75, 475 
42, 048 

449, 955 


$60, 217 
615 

475 




DeWitt 




Piatt 






Moultrie 










86 




Total 






$333 


$89, 751 

15, 775 

8,293 
110, 780 

$1347854"" 

1,175 
6,115 
3,071 
2,213 
25, 495 
$38, 069 

7,776 
75, 475 
11, 960 


$61, 393 

960 
150 


11 






Logan 








2,250 

$2, 250 

7,000 

61, 835 

2,000 




Total 


$1, 110 


12 








7,965 














Morgan 






13 
14 

15 

16 


Total 


$395, 877 

49, 669 
611,315 
110, 789 


$70, 835 
40 


$719, 318 

261, 799 
81, 550 
170, 367 


$10, 570 
395 






142 177 


Hancock 

Total 




60, 281 




$771, 773 

71, 563 

37, 270 

94, 697 

107, 554 

$311, dsT" 

62, 669 
141, 672 
217, 938 

$422, 279 

403, 047 
40, 640 
52, 038 
21, 698 
$517, 423 

64, 635 
116, 942 
207, 326 


$40 
200 


$95, 211 

1,967 
4, 005 
2,514 
5,825 

$14, 311 

1, 721 
15, 768 
15, 596 

$33, 085 _ 

44, 844 

1, 575 

6,362 

451 


$513, 716 

99, 176 

69, 385 

167, 258 

188, 728 


$202 853 


McDonough 


10, 070 
4,000 
1 550 








750 
$950~~ 


45, 586 


Total 

Mason 

Fulton 

Kane 

Total 


$524, 547 

60, 700 
258, 303 
351, 813 

$670, 876 

254, 247 

118, 822 

58, 144 

47, 914 

~$4797i27 _ 

164, 530 
127, 170 
222, 281 

$5137981" 

45, 976 
68, 584 
195, 681 

72, 299 

$382, 540 

91, 050 

243, 383 

99, 264 


$61, 206 
6,325 


1, 050 

20, :t:i7 


21, 583 
107, 730 


$21, 387 

4,166 
1, 200 
1,083 


$135, 638 
416 


Stark .--. 

Marshall 


43 
420 










$6, 449 
8,375 


$53, 232 

4,735 

5,771 

62, 632 

$73,138 

6,920 

2,010 

18, 286 

2, 847 

$307063~ 

9,655 

77, 127 

20, 448 

$107, 230 

9,606 
2,730 
10, 825 


$879 


17 


Woodford 


263 






694 




LaSalle 


35, 528 
$43, 903 

550 


21, 660 




Total 




18 


$388, 903 

59, 475 

63, 238 

127, 894 

19, 485 

$270, 092 

36, 590 

231, 168 

56, 510 

$3247268" 

117, 828 
54,823 
68, 911 

$241, 562 

106, 047 
161, 482 
434, 332 


$22, 617 






-550 




Will . 




50, 410 
50 




Kendall 

Total 






$550 ~ 


$51, 010 


19 


DuPage 

Kane 

DeKalb 




24, 750 

2,000 

$26, 750 

830 
1,000 


152, 049 
246 




Total 

Ode 




20 


$433, 697 

190, 527 
68, 331 
77, 437 


$152, 295 

18, 385 
36, 059 




Whiteside 




21 


Total 

Bureau 

Henry 


$1, 830 

400 
4,666 


$23, 161 

6, 512 

7.413 

272, 404 


$336, 295~ 

203, 584 

187, 329 

381, 013 

~$77l7926 — 

69, 475 

102, 086 

126, 802 

~$2987363 


$54, 444 

606 

62, 599 

265, 325 




Total 

Carroll 






99, 


$701, 861 

40, 967 
95, 715 
97, 207 

$2^37889" 


$5, 066 


$286, 329 

2,869 

16, 860 

9, 283 


$328, 530 
1,839 










Stephenson 

Total 


11, 150 
$11, 150" 


162 




$29, 012 


$2, 001 



104 
Statement — Continued. 



a 
1 

a 


Counties. 


Goods and 
merchandise. 


Bankers' 
property. 


Mannfaetur'd 
articles. 


Honeys and Bonds, 
credits. stocks.eB 


93 




$166, 739 
41,269 
50, 688 
23, 740 

$282~436~ 
7, 997, 945 




$87, 452 

4,880 

2,708 

825 

$95, 865 

675, 660 


$322, 560 
86, 686 
128, 786 
64, 649 

— 8602,681" 
999, 083 










1, Brig 






$200 


14, 59 




Lake 

Total 

1 Cook 


9 2-^0 


24 


$300 


$29, 203 
141,974 


20 


Aggregate 








"§177392, 874~~ 


~~ I2837933 - 


$2, 367, 178 


$14,751,835 


$177997795 



105 
Statement — Continued. 




L— 12 







106 
Statement — Continued. x 






! 


Counties. 


Capital st'k 
of banks. 


Unenum era- 
ted property. 


Total value 

of personal 

property. 


Deductions. 


Net valne 

of personal 

property. 


in 




$45, 840 


$347, 389 

101, 991 

91, 888 

62,828 

198, 682 


$2, 822, 257 

680, 326 

611, 096 

434, 564 

1, 197, 136 


$240, 253 
32, 595 
32,772 
18, 414 
22, 972 


$2, 582, 004 
647,731 




DeWitt 




Piatt 




578,324 








416, 150 








1, 174, 164 




Total 








$45, 840 
20, 000 


$802, 778 

218, 532 
228, 887 
479, 809 


$5, 745, 379 

1,264,437 
1, 465, 407 
3, 110, 164 


$347, 006 

22, 501 
•57, 252 
160, 721 


$5, 398, 373 

1, 241, 936 
1, 408, 155 


11 


Tazewell 






434, 096 
$454, 096 


2, 949, 443 




Total 






$927, 228 

76, 135 

54, 735 
88, 694 

55, 382 
152, 068 


$5, 840, 008 

639, 695 
514, 705 
687, 602 
401, 412 
1, 645, 870 


$240, 474 

45, 585 
2,160 

19, 648 

5,647 

143, 145 


$5, 599, 534 


i° 




594, 110 








512, 545 






33, 468 


667, 954 






395, 765 






128, 340 
$1617808 


1, 502, 725 




Total 






$427, 014 

180, 756 
591, 215 
169, 362 


$3, 889, 284 

1, 248, 978 
1, 582, 000 
1, 387, 014 


$216, 185 
30,758 


$3, 673, 099 
1, 218, 220 












1, 582, 000 








50, 530 


1, 336, 484 




Total 










$941, 333 

135, 676 

76, 705 

141, 027 

131, 989 


$4, 217, 992 

767, 839 

678, 720 

1, 124, 074 

1, 286, 883 


$81, 288 
25,161 


$4, 136, 704 


1 1 






742, 678 








678, 720 








63, 008 
36, 855 

$125,024 

7,376 
10, 964 
65, 461 


1, 061, 066 




Warren 

Total ., 


20, 466 


1, 250, 028 




$20, 466 
7,415 


$485, 397 

124, 965 
197, 849 
317, 926 

$640, 740 

309, 338 
63, 956 
92, 051 

28, 197 


$3, 857, 516 

576, 482 
1, 516, 723 
2, 157, 209 


$3, 732, 492 






569,106 




Fulton 


1, 505, 759 








2, 091, 748 




Total 


$77415 
170, 480 






$4, 250, 414 

1. 896, 778 
551, 550 
694, 013 
263, 671 


$83,801 


$4, 166, 613 
1, 896, 778 




Peoria. 




Stark 


24, 268 
17,584 
5,638 


527,282 




Marshall 


33, 759 


676,429 
258, 033 




Total ' .. 








$204, 239 


$493, 542 

146, 317 
254, 670 
301, 074 


$3, 406, 012 

963, 262 
1, 313, 862 
1, 733, 701 


$47, 490 

22, 990 
62, 262 
35, 282 


$3, 358, 522 




Woodford 


940, 272 








1, 251, 600 




LaSalle 




1, 698, 419 




Total 










$702, 061 

8G,558 

69, 058 

209, 858 

57, 023 


4, 010, 825 

699, 461 

676, 895 

1, 441, 592 

535, 354 


$120, 534 

21, 912 
41, 945 
42, 125 
16, 394 


$3, 890, 291 






$12, 500 
33,337 


677, 549 




Grundy 

Will 


634, 950 
1, 399, 467 




Kendall 




518, 960 




Total 


$45, 837 






$418, 497 

76, 476 

242, 253 

78, 442 


$3, 353, 302 

580, 500 
1, 574, 042 
1, 051, 850 


$122, 376 

14, 653 

33, 418 
56, 832 


$3, 230, 926 
565,853 












1, 540, 624 




T>«"K>lh , 




995, 018 




Total 










$397, 171 

216, 393 
153, 905 
111, 262 

$48177560 

143, 544 
159, 680 
401, 692 

$7047916 

76, 377 

134, 707 

125, 737 

$33677821 


$3, 206, 398 

1, 185, 409 
744, 548 
902, 031 


$104, 903 

49, 466 

16, 848 
26, 750 


$3, 101, 495 




Ogle 




1, 135, 943 








727, 700 






38, 449 

$38, 449 

34, 992 


875, 281 




Total 






$2, 831, 988 

1, 348, 552 

1, 586, 054 

2, 676, 303 


$93, 064 

51,248 
36, 626 

18, 469 


$2, 738, 924 
1, 297, 304 










1, 549, 428 








2, 657, 834 




Total 








$34, 992 

30, 000 

110, 677 

50, 000 

#190, 677 


$5, 610, 909 

642, 901 

947, 493 

900, 736 

$2, 491,190 


$106, 343 

20, 126 
10, 679 
4,131 


$5, 504, 566 


°2 


Carroll 


622, £35 






936, 814 




Stt» heuson 

Total 


896,605 




$34, 93G 


$9, 456, 254 



107 
Statement — Continued. 



COUNTIKS. 



"Winnebago. 

Boone 

McHenry . . 
Lake 

Total 



jcook 

Aggregate . 



Capital st'k 
of banks. 



$88, 8-10 
23, 458 



1112, 307 

2, 735, 402 

~$4, 228, 208 



TJnennm era- 
ted property. 



$196, 011 
43, 339 

70, 919 
_ 48, 072 

$358,341 

6, 111, 753 

120, 163, 4~00 



Total value 

of personal 

property. 



$1, 381, 677 
448, 576 
804, 656 

487, 442 

$371227351 

20, 344, 752 

l£iT576887l9l 



Deductions. 



10, 154 

25, 273 

_}<h58J 

$767402 



$3, 229, 997 



Net value 

of personal 

property. 



$1, 351, 289 
438, 423 
779, 3a3 
4 7C, 85 5 

$3,0457949 
20, 344, 752 

Tll2, 458, 194 



108 
Statement — Contin ned. 



E 


Counties. 


Railroad Property. 


9 


Lands. 


Lots. 




Acres 


Value. 


Av. per 
acre. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. per 
lot. 


1 



















































































































































Total 


























2 
































Clay 


276 
313 
266 


$2, 760 
1,565 
2, 660 


$10 00 

5 00 

10 00 


















Richland 


















White 
















Lawrence 

Total 


272 
1127 


2, 720 


10 00 


4 


$200 


$50 00 


3 


$9, 705 


4 




$200 
























8, 668 
162 


181,194 
810 


20 90 
5 00 















































Total 






10 00 
6 00 

11 32 
10 00 

6 00 

7 50 

183 93 
21 14 

14 22 










8,830 

260 
345 
406 
306 
300 
325 

17942 

1,612 
1, 326 


$182, 004 

2,600 

2, 070 
4, 599 

3, 060 
1,799 
2, 437 

$16, 565 

296, 480 
28, 030 








4 
























54 


$1, 680 


31 11 




















Bond 










Total 


54 


$1, 680 




5 


St, Clair 








342 

34;! 


28, 010 
$28, 010 


82 00 




Total ! 






2,938 
255 


$324, 510 
3, 624 




fl 




















557 
372 
729 

X913 

1,029 
570 
889 
330 

2, 818 
302 


6, 926 
9,084 
9,300 

$28,934 

14,990 
5,700 
5, 451 
3, 300 

$29, 441 
2,416 


12 43 
24 41 
12 75 

14 56 

10 00 

6 13 

10 00 

8 00 












16 


1,945 


121 56 










Total 


16 


$1, 945 




7 


Macoupin 








66 


2, 275 


34 46 










Shelby , . 










Total 


66 








$2, 275 




8 


Effingham 


































250 
340 
330 

1,222 


1,000 
1,700 
3,500 

$8,616 
14, 500 


4 00 

5 00 
10 60 










Clark 












17 


300 
$300 

75 


17 64 




Total 






17 
1 




9 




75 00 














564 
453 
370 
75 

1,462 


5,860 

2, 970 

1,851 

376 

$25,507 


10 40 
6 56 
5 00 

5 00 


14 
26 


7,100 
10, 900 


507 14 




























41 


_ ~$T87075 





109 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



10 McLean . 
DeWitt. . 
Piatt .... 
Moultrio. 
Macon . . . 

Total . . 



U 



Tazewell.. 

Logan 

Sangamon 
Total . . . 



Menard . . 

Cass 

Schuyler. 

Brown . . . 

Morgan . . 

Total . . 



13 Adams 

City oi'Quincy. 
Hancock 



Total 



M McDonough 
Henderson . . 

Mercer 

Warren 

Total 



13 Mason . 

Fulton . 

Knox . . 

Total 



1G 



18 



Peoria . . . 

Stark 

Marshall. 
Putnam . 

Total . . 



Woodford.. 
Livingston. 
LaSalle 

Total 



Kankakee 
Grundy . . . 

"Will 

Kendall. .. 

Total ... 



DuPage. 

Kane . . . 

DeKalb . 

Total . 



Ogle 

Lee 

"Whiteside 
Total . . . 



Bureau 

Henry 

Rock Island 

Total 



Railroad Peoperty. 



Lands. 



Acres 


Value. 


1,342 
62 

168 
50 

358 


§120, 391 

343 

3,840 

500 

17, 048 


1,980 


$142, 122 


988 

352 

1,019 


9,908 
3. 525 
13, 813 

$27, 246 


2,359 


254 
326 
562 
282 
833 


3,818 
4,179 
5, 621 
2,256 
10, 549 


2,257 


$26, 423 


932 

50 

1, 202 


13, 341 

179,300! 

14, 790 


2,184 


$207, 431 


1,044 
888 
691 
691 


12,738 
8,884 
6,907 
9,012 


3,314 


$37, 541 


580 
1,236 
1,189 


5,981 
10, 353 
16,223 


3,005 


$32, 557 


1,206 

288 
593 

88 

~27l75 


15, 563 

2,880 

4,433 

937 

$23, 813 


371 

863 

1,586 


1,853 

6,094 

13, 674 


2,820 


$21, 621 


234 
416 
991 
443 

2,084 


1,356 
4,161 

18, 425 
3,545 

$27, 487 


632 

1,270 

578 


7,353 

102, 838 

4,900 


2,480 


$115, 091 


354 

484 
1,078 


3,509 
32, 092 
49, 567 

$857168 


1,916 


2,066 

1,177 

648 

3, 891 


21. 565 
13, 766 
21,409 

$56/740 



Av. per 
acre. 



$89 71 

5 50 

22 89 

10 00 

47 62 



10 03 
10 00 
13 55 



15 03 
12 83 
10 00 
8 00 
12 66 



14 31 

586 00 
12 29 



12 20 
10 00 
10 00 

13 04 



Lots. 



No. 



85 



120 
305 



15 



19 

133 

7 



Value. 



$490 



3,396 



78, 650 

"$82, 046 

675 



3,000 

$3,675 
500 



$325 



$325 

34, 929 

"350 



^4 
12 

330 

~386 



135, 279 

325 

525 
16, 061 



$16, 911 



250 



257 
4 



182 
37 



235 
"272 



15 
31, 056 



$31, 071 
280 



16, 245 
$16, 245 

2,280 



157, 293 
$159, 573 



110 



Statem ent — Continued. 



1 

-i 


COUNTIES. 


Railroad Pe«pkuty. 


I 


Lands. 


Lots. 




Acres 


Value. 

$6, 256 


Ay. per 
acre. 


So. 


Value. 


Av. per 
lot. 






511 


$12 24 






















536 
~T647 

876 
617 

1288 
349 


10, 949 

$17, 205 

55, 265 
5, 780 

14, 614 
4,817 

|80, 476 
$190, 260 


20 41 

63 08 

9 36 

11 34 

13 80 

73 52 










Total 
















')') 




75 


$25,728 


$343 04 




























Total 










3130 
2588 


75 
1857 


$25,728 
1, 311, 754 




24 


/ Cook 


706 38 


iii> 








58, 981 


il77i^513 


$29 10 


3957 


81, 736, 362 


$438 81 









Ill 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 






Railroad Property— 


•Continued. 




Main Track. 


Side or Second Track. 


Mile 


Feet 


Value. 


Average 
per mile 


Mile. 


Feet 


Value. 


Average 
per mife. 






























































































































27 


3,960 


$69, 375 


$2, 500 00 


2 




$5,000 


$2, 500 00 






Total 


27 


37960 


$69737C 




~~2 




$5, 000 


























Clay 


47 
25 
20 


2,184 
2,640 


129, 000 
63, 511 
61, 500 


2, 748 68 

2, 500 00 

3, 000 00 


2 
2 


2,640 
2,900 


5, 250 
1,373 
4,000 


2,100 00 




2, 500 00 




2,000 00 






White 


24 
21 

139~ 


2,640 
2,184 


72, 00C 
64, 50C 

$3967511 


3, 000 00 
3, 000 00 


1 

_ 6 


2,640 
27900 


1, 500 
2,000 

$147123 


3,000 00 




2, 000 00 


Total 




Williamson 




Franklin 




















29 
13 


40 
2,640 


72, 204 

27, 000 


2, 578 22 
2, 000 00 














2,640 


750 


i, 566 00 
























Total 


23 
28 
33 
24 
24 
22 


27680 

3,960 
4,526 

2,640 

1, 584 

2,150 

2, 640 

2, 962 
322 

4,108 


$99, 204 

57,500 
105, 805 
95, 050 
60, 000 
51, 744 
47, 098 

$4177197 

256, 054 
301, 464 

$557,518 

43, 863 


2, 500 00 

3, 680 00 
2, 805 91 
2, 500 00 
2,112 00 
2, 112 00 

2, 008 "02 
2, 129 00 

1, 925 61 




2^640 


$750 








Washington 


1 
1 
2 


1,760 
1,760 

5,000 


1,995 
2,500 
4,000 
1,500 
1,650 
$11, 645 

28,209 

• 24 985 

$53,194 

1,975 


1, 496 00 


Clinton 


1, 875 39 




2, 000 00 


Payette 


1, 584 00 


Bond 


1, 742 40 


Total 


6 

16 
14 

30 

1 


2,960 

2,349 
2,349 

136 




156 

127 

• 141 

269 

22 




• 
St. Clair 


1, 763 06 




1, 727 00 


Total 




Jersey 


1, 925 01 






Greene 


48 
39 
47 

159 

83 
54 

68 
27 

232 
35 


4,832 
2,854 
4,526 


111, 836 

88, 861 

119, 687 

$364, 247 

193, 662 
118, 006 
137, 162 
54, 000 

$502,824 
48, 700 


2, 286 24 
2,247 16 
2, 500 00 

2, 329 00 
2, 185 18 
1,999 00 
2, 000 00 

1, 909 80 


3 
4 
1 

10 

5 
2 
2 
1 

11 

2 


480 

916 

4, 526 

738 

2,484 
1,740 
3,653 

2,597 
2,080 


4, 252 
5,180 
4,051 


1, 372 27 


Soott 


1,241 32 


Pike 


2,160 53 


Total 




480 

843 

3,251 

4,094 
2,640 


$15, 458 

9,162 

4,664 
4,235 
2,000 




Macoupin 


1, 674 81 


Montgomery 


2,002 18 




1, 572 91 


Shelby 


2,000 00 


Total 


$20, 061 
5,500 




Effingham 


2, 297 32 


























20 
29 
25 

28 


1,056 
20 

37716 


31, 996 
45, 936 
50,000 

$176, 632 
57, 600 


1, 584 66 

1, 584 00 

2, 000 00 

2, 057 15 


1 

1 

6 
1 


2,800 
4, 720 
2,640 

17680 
2,640 


840 
3, 000 
3,000 

fi2734~6 
3,000 


1, 584 00 


Clark 


1, 584 00 


Edgar 


2,000 00 


Total 






2 000 00 


Douglas 




Champaign 


57 
46 
31 
6 

169 ; 


1,056 
1,320 
2,376 

2,270 

1,748 


143, 000 

115, 625 

22, 015 

6,430 


2, 500 88 

2,500 00 

700 00 

1, 000 00 


4 
6 
2 


3,940 

460 

2,270 

1,709 

459 


9,566 

12, 194 

1,701 

330 


2, 015 37 

2, 003 74 

709 00 


Vermilion 


Ford 


1 000 00 


Total 




$344, 67 


15 


$26, 791 





112 

Statement — Continued. 



! 


COUNTIES. 






Railroad Property— 


Continued. 




■ 


Main Track. 


Side or Second Track. 




Mile 

117 

4 
24 

4 
40 

190 

94 
28 
117 

239 

23 
40 
24 
23 
95 

206 

76 

1 

100 

179 

81 
46 
45 
55 

"228" 

48 
101 
76 

226 

113 

20 

43 

6 

183 

31 
69 
109 

210 

19 
32 

92 
38 
182 

45 

87 
46 


Feet 

940 

4,620 

3,960 
4,240 

91 
2, 920 
1,569 

4,580 

939 
2,337 
2,954 
2,640 

566 

4,156 

4,938 
2,484 
3,618 

480 

2, 579 
4, 281 
1,323 

1, 269 

4~172 

4,649 

2, 738 
2,001 

•Moe 

1, 850 
920 

2, 380 
1,450 

1,326 

2,842 
1, 8<26 
3,636 

3,024 

3,168 
1,279 
3,127 

2,478 

3/772 

4,329 
2,319 
1,217 
27585 

4, 583 
46 
690 

T39 

813 
4,068 
3,536 
3^536! 


Value. 

$234, 688 

12, 187 

60, 000 

8,000 

101, 873 

$416, 750 

143, 910 

62, 707 
232, 042 

$438, 659 

40, 766 

52, 017 

62, 865 

61,410 

213, 682 

$430, 560 

225, 141 

4,426 

220, 547 


Average 
per mile 

$2, 002 17 
2, 500 00 
2, 500 00 
2, 000 00 
2, 500 00 

1, 530 96 

2, 200 00 
1,978 41 

1, 760 35 
1,286 19 

2, 552 35 
2, 613 19 
2, 246 64 

2, 926 17 

3, 009 07 
2, 190 67 

2, 129 42 

2, 846 97 
2, 824 27 
2, 450 97 

1, 060 79 

2, 220 25 
2, 947 25 

2, 892 38 
2, 990 06 
2, 140 51 
3, 166 00 

1, 320 00 

1, 757 18 

2, 904 70 

2,956 78 
2, 984 26 
2,729 23 
2, 893 96 

2, 795 50 

1, 777 86 
2, 179 05 

2, 265 17 
2, 362 77 

2, 063 45 

3, 088 27 
2, 775 69 
7, 095 26 


Mile 
14 

1 

[ 3 
19 

8 

3 

12 

24 

3 

2 


Feet 


Value. 


Average 
per mile 


10 




3,220 
660 

2,180 
880 

1.110 

2,770 

2,417 

567 

2,944 

648 

5,024 

4, 086 

673 


$26, 678 

250 

2,794 

150 

6,441 

$35, 313 

12, 270 

5,469 

23, 408 

$4l7l47 

1, 256 
3,351 
3,131 


$1, 757 71 

2,000 00 

1, 977 36 

900 00 




DeWitt . 




Piatt -- 










2,006 40 




Total 




11 




1, 450 72 






1, 759 82 






1, 863 84 




Total 




IV 




1 320 00 






888 02 






1 471 53 












7 
13 

5 
6 

7 

19 

4 
3 
4 

20 

1 

7 

16 

25 

15 
2 
3 

~20 


14 
38 
55 

7 
20 
2 

31 

25 
17 
5 

'48 

2 
5 
9 

17 

18 
13 
11 

43 


3, 518 
2,741 

875 
3,286 
2,930 
1,811 

462 
3,767 
3,529 
3,369 

567 

4,217 
1,577 
1,327 

17841 

1,620 

150 
2,497 

4,267 

3,277 

2, 393 
1,678 
27068 

2,800 

3, 804 
3,819 
4,184 
47047 

1, 003 
1, 128 
4,607 

l7458 

4,470 
1, 392 
4, 396 1 
47978 

911 

3,289 
1, 780 

~700 


15, 791 


2, 059 72 




Total 




$23, 529 

10, 762 
13, 802 

13, 372 
$"37,"936 

14, 956 

8,989 
7,246 
6, 524 

$37, 715 

2 337 
10, 646 
34, 132 

$47, 115' 

22, 801 

4,140 

3, 651 

499 




13 




2, 085 07 






2, 111 90 






1, 769 85 




Total 






$450, 114 

173, 535 
133, 258 
127, 788 
135, 404 




14 




2 109 88 






1 907 24 






1 975 24 






1 406 59 




Total 






$569, 985 

51, 852 

225, 356 
225,095 

$502, 303 

327, 900 
65, 989 
93, 008 
19, 878 




15 




1,299 57 




Fulton 






2,100 36 

1, 489 48 

2, 070 00 
1 205 43 


16 


Total 

Peoria 

Stark 










Total 

"Woodford 

Livingston : 

LaSalle 

Total 




17 


$506, 775 

41, 637 
121, 859 
318, 615 


$31,091 

2,789 

22,775 

71,171 

$96, 735 

1, 568 

12, 055 

36, 159 

13, 197 

$62, 979 

57, 980 
33,014 
11,704 

$102, 698 

5,740 

6.082 

17, 850 

$29, 622 

31, 691 

20, 736 

64, 778 

$117, 205 


1, 058 40 
1, 575 55 

1,857 50 




$482, 111 

57, 953 

96,219 

252, 733 

111,340 




18 


Kankakee 

Grundy 

Will 


2, 956 78 
1, 561 30 




Kendall 

Total 

DuPage 


4,726 12 


19 


$518, 245 

128, 092 
155, 453 
100, 742 


2, 301 70 
1 917 69 




UeKalb 


1, 993 20 




Total 






179 

28 
35 
105 

169 

117 
91 

71 

no 


$384, 287 

65, 391 

82, 716 

217, 031 




20 


Ogle 


2, 016 43 
1, 145 76 


21 


"Whiteside 

Total 


1, 815 86 


$365, 138 

361, 815 
254, 716 
498, 484 

$1,115,015 




Henry 


1,522 22 
5 714 01 


Total 





113 

Statement — Continued. 



A 


Counties. 






Railroad Property— Continued. 






Main Track. 


Side or 


Second Track. 




Mile. 


Feet. 


Value. 
$73, 229 


Average 
per mile. 

$1, 598 78 


Mile. 


Feet. 


Value. 


Average 
per mile. 


OO 




45 


4,216 


4 


3,811 


$8, 499 


$1, 802 06 










35 

81 

65 
37 
95 
29 


4, 085 


72, 651 
$1457880" 

131, 176 
93, 975 

202, 505 
72, 625 

$500^281 
855, 256 


2, 033 85 

2, 010 05 
2, 473 08 
2, 123 58 
2, 500 00 

4, 067 18 


5 


2,698 


10, 384 

$18, 883 

13, 351 

5,900 

15, 400 

4,680 

$39, 331 
183, 605 


1,884 26 




Total 






3, 021 

1, 373 

5,227 

1,900 

264 

"37484 

1,464 


10 

8 
2 
8 
2 


1,229 

1,214 
5,016 
1,003 
1,795 




83 










2, 000 00 










2, 000 00 




Total 

|Cook 

Aggregate 


24 

25 


227 
210 


21 
108 


3,748 
3,314 


1, 690 12 




4,291 


2,055 


$10, 603 537 


$2, 470 51 


568 


4,990 


$1, 064, 266 


$1, 870 70 



L— 13 



114 



Statement — Continued. 



b 

m 


Counties. 


Eailkoad Property — Continued. 


a 
?■ 


Rolling Stock. 


Value of 
personal 
and miscel- 
laneous pio- 
perty. 


Total value 
of railroad 




Value. 


Average 
per mile. 


property. 


1 


















































































$11, 400 


$410 81 




$85, 775 












Total 


$11, 400 












$85, 775 


o 




















Clay 


■ $39, 080 

7, 355 

28, 700 


$831 50 

289 34 

1, 400 00 


$3, 550 

850 

3,000 


$179, 640 




Wayne 


74, 654 
99 860 










White 


7,023 
30, 100 


286 66 
1, 400 00 


1,000 
2,500 


81 523 






102 020 




Total 






$112, 258 


f 13, 900 


$537, 697 
























60, 000 

6,718 


2,142 10 
497 62 


61, 786 
820 


375, 184 
36, 098 


























Total 




l.aiO 28 

497 64 

1, 297 00 

1, 400 00 

917 67 

917 66 

1, 247 30 
1, 161 60 

1, 108 80 








$66, 718 

41, 556 
14, 307 
43, 928 
33, 600 
22, 483 
20,464 

$1777338 

159, 029 
164, 413 

$323, 442 
25, 253 


$62, 606 

100 
200 
1,000 
4,000 
1,950 
1,500 
$8, 750- 

56, 630 
13, 650 

$707280 


$411,282 


4 




102, 756 






124, 377 






148, 757 




Marion 


104, 660 
79, 476 




Bond 


73,149 




Total 


$633, 175 
796 402 




St. Clair 






560, 552 






$1, 3567954 
74 715 


6 
















47, 913 
34, 692 
66, 480 

$174, 338 

126, 162 
76, 7] 
64, 783 
38, 862 
$306,517 

27, 941 


979 44 

877 00 

1,388 61 

1, 516 94 

1, 420 56 

944 06 

1, 439 33 

1, 075 72 


6,995 

5,374 

575 


177 922 




Scott 


145 136 




Pike 


200, 093 




Total 




$12, 944 

8,370 

6, 675 

2,250 

400 

'"" $17, 695 
8,950 


$597, 866 
352, 346 














213, 881 
98 562 








Total 


$878, 813 
93 507 


8 












Crawford 














18, 028 
25,882 
35, 980 

$107, 83l 
55, 546 


892 32 

822 50 

1, 439 20 

1, 983 80 


150 
650 
550 


52, 014 




Clark 










Total '. 






$10, 300 
100 


$316, 019 
130 821 


q 












Champaign 


78, 302 

63, 359 

28, 661 

5,860 

$23T,~728 


1,369 10 
723 36 
911 33 
911 33 


26, 730 

605 

1,450 

150 

$29, 035 


270, 558 
205, 653 






55, 678 




fc*ord 


13 146 




Total 


$675, 856 



115 



Statement — Continued. 



B 

►3 


Counties. 


Railroad Property — Continued. 


o 

H 
BO 


Rolling Stock. 


Value of 
personal 
and miscel- 
laneous pro- 
perty. 

$261, 196 

20 

245 

700 

$262, 161 

4,440 

5,850 
18, 065 

$28, 355 

650 
23, 500 
14, 475 

425 

11, 302 

$50, 352 

6,250 
5,050 
10, 275 

$21, 575 

29,875 

500 

6,980 

13, 578 

$5M33 

3,400 

16, 676 

58,925 

$79, 001 

60, 484 

50 

9, 322 

1,562 

$71, 418 

1,150 

8,350 

25, 337 

$34, 837 

200 
3,112 

8,787 

600 

$12, 699 

21, 650 

124, 206 

6,610 

$152, 466 

2,315 

2,870 
18, 170 


Total value 




Value. 

8140, 945 

6,580 

33, 016 

5,758 
56, 586 


Average 
per mile. 

$1,202 78 
1, 349 95 
1, 375 70 
1, 439 50 
1, 388 61 

879 64 

1, 267 20 

975 21 

1, 267 20 

635 71 

1, 460 44 

1, 388 60 
1, 138 89 

2, 508 52 

3, 456 28 
1,699 10 

1, 463 08 

1, 840 60 

2, 015 37 
1, 312 08 

935 99 

1, 607 23 

2, 241 36 

1, 506 14 
2,237 13 
1, 177 44 
1, 161 60 

1, 061 28 
1, 174 80 
1, 884 43 

639 03 
1, 201 20 

1, 221 79 

2, 055 50 

2, 225 00 
1, 328 50 
1, 053 88 

808 58 

996 11 

1, 035 40 

1,913 04 
1, 469 42 
2, 150 01 


property. 


in 




$782, 898 
19 380 




DeWitt 




Piatt 


99, 895 




Moultrie 


14, 408 
183, 140 




Total 






|2»2, 885 

82, 684 
36, 182 
114, 396 


$1, 099, 721 
256 608 


n 






Logan 


113, 733 
480 374 




Total 






$233, 262 

29,351 
25, 717 
35,862 
32, 632 
108, 310 


1850, 715 


W 




76 516 




Cass 


10S, 764 
121, 774 






99, 723 




Morgan 

Total 


359, 034 




$231, 872 

192, 986 

5,082 

171, 089 


$766, 411 


13 




448, 980 






207, 660 




Hancock ' 

Total 


430, 073 




$369, 157 

119, 204 
86, 161 
91, 185 
72, 494 
$3697044 

45, 751 
163, 152 
171, 210 


$1, 086, 713 


14 


McDonougli 

Henderson 


350, 308 
237, 792 
240, 106 






237, 012 




Total 


~ $17065,218 


15 


Mason 

Fulton 

Knox 

Total 

Peoria 

Stark 

Marshall 

Putnam ,•- 

Total 


109, 646 
426, 183 
505, 585 


16 


$380, 113 

170, 194 
49, 361 
51, 171 

7, 288 


$1, 041, 414 

631, 871 
122, 420 
161, 935 
30, 164 




$278, 014 

33, 471 

81, 469 
206, 692 

$321,632 

12, 525 

38, 722 

113, 114 

79, 079 


$946, 390 


17 


"Woodford 


81, 225 






241, 072 




LaSalle 

Total . 


651, 550 
$973,847 


18 


Kankakee 

Grundy 

Will 


73, 602 
154, 284 
460, 274 




Kendall 


207, 761 




Total 

DuPage 

DeKalb 

Total 




19 


$243, 440 

101, 944 
116, 172 

48, 730 


$895, 921 

317, 299 
531, 683 
172, 686 




$266, 846 

23,351 

34, 872 

108, 952 


$1, 021, 668 


20 


Ogle 


100, 306 
158, 582 






427, 815 




Total 






$167, 175 

224, 123 
134, 839 
151, 058 


$23, 355 

31, 106 
31, 988 
347, 569 


$686, 703 


91 




672, 580 




Henry 


456, 045 
1, 240, 591 




Total 






$510, 020 


$410, 663 


$2, 369, 216 



116 
Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



22 Carroll 

JoDaviess . 
Stephenson 

Total 



23 



"Winnebago . 

Boone 

MeHenry. . . 

Like 

Total 

|Cook 

Aggregate . . 



Railroad Property — Continued. 



Rolling Stock. 


Value of 
personal 


Value. 


Average 
per mile. 


a«rt miscel- 
laneous pro- 
perty. 


$33, 724 
4,000 


$736 56 


$25, 324 


43, 751 
' $81,475 

85, 297 

76, 777 

154, 996 

58, 710 


1, 222 84 

1, 307 00 

2, 021 00 

1, 625 04 

2, 021 00 

1, 372 27 


8,715 
$34, 039 

9,831 
3,500 
4,425 
3,700 


$375, 780 
288, 536 


$21, 456 
88, 807 


$5, 870, 821 


$1, 368 04 


$1, 564, 627 



Total value 

of railroad 

property. 



$147, 032 

4,000 

146, 450 

"$297, 482 

320, 648 
185, 932 
391,940 
144, 532 



$1, 043, 052 

2, 918, 218 

$2275567126 



117 



M^ 9 

VS-9 



I'hOr.THHIOCD 
CO-*C0C*^Cl<?*C>*n 



CO TJ* —• CO CO t- i" © i" 

CH © tO I- t- — »0 " 1~ 

©~ *—* ©" S3 o" M © © B* 

© — « ^ "' — co -r — t ' 
-HTfi-iT-ii-iffli-iGKN 






w o n o cc o 



cj o cd o li n 



CI C* ^ "^ CN CO 



■^ w co co co -r c* co © > co ho^w©O'Q0 ■<* co j~ m co io 

i-» © CN CO — © CO 1 © O ir. ;-t X i- ^ C. © CO O © i-" rf O 
© nt-HC.ni.'OM W *<r CO © CO © © CO -=* © © "^ © Gtt 



t- lo ftt^CT © © — 

© >o © — CO iO i.O 0* 

n ii « Tf n h «d w 



in o co co co © o* ** © © © -j- © 
m © lo no -^ uo © th -cr co © © c* 
co g* -*r m o ^ , m co co o t- io <N 



-* © l- © C* CO © CO © C* ©©©©-ft— CO © . © -^©COCOlCTf 

- - - ■ - — cm cr. t* ot © t.o ■ t lo © -? © © m 

■^ c* in c* © © © r- <* i- c~ co ?o 



lo — < © © co t © cc >o 



: t- i.O QD C* — « CO ' CO © © CO O © CO 



* r~ © © r- ~- ; © ■^ , '*r-'coco'^*'^©t- © © m © © co 



;=, - H © th 



irtiWfii 



© © © t- © in © | © 
CO © © C* 0» L0 CO CO 

m ootociJtH t- 



© t- LO © © TT- 
CO iH 0( CO— © : 



*H 



> co o 



° a 



t, « a 



h ir. co o c a. o r. ci 
oo©©coTOOt-ir© 



-Jiirt-Offi-S'in-H 



oic.HCOHn 

ci © t- 00 i~ r* 

nnont-co 



ci i- CI ~ ci © 
© t- © ao ** t- 



-rct©-r©©©irf- 

tOtHOTfCClCOfN 

ci* ^ ©" *r i-T oo" go" ao" oo" 
i- cc 'oo © © m — i — oo 
C! Cl co Cl -r W Cl t- V 



o i^ cc -- i~ r- © - 
oo t~ K t- cc © ci : 
j- — a o in a •* i 



©©cit-iHroi.om 

tOl^CCOfflOOQ 



CO ^* ~* CI 1- © 

to m CO © X © 



ce I-. — — e> ci 

1~ -T- l~. O LC O 

noosrMD 



M ^" eo 6» ■* to r« 

l— r* M *J< in to CO 

tooHcir-co co 

to" r-f co" to" i-T «T : m~ 

c © m © ih ooooTCO'n 
totct-oxn ie» 



-H rl W rH r-l 



ttoff-ion^'Ttoo 



COC^CNlCtOCOOOin 

o-. oo m oo os co in t- 



H rH CI tH r-1 rH tH 



tB-HOMH"* 
^OCSt-lOH 

Hrl H^ca 



«noi<oa 
co o in 1-4 1- ao 



HOtcin th 



o in ao -f i- n ci o o 
o i^ iH cr- to t^ ct ir. -r 



OOOOCOOtOCMOOO — 
OS> HfHrl BH 



HC.^UOrtn?:-- l- r-ffifWM'MO t~ 



•" COtO — lOOOOOO 



BOOOIrtCCO in OOICOCOKH 



nccneci-ow rtConncNo.t- cocot~i-en-»> 



i- o »r; -r x re cr. re re oo ^(t-i-^too if »c co -^ oo -^ 



- jtst-owtoii r- eoco-^coaoO't- 



CO (?< C O CO ?! 



t- cji c: m co t- s< cv cr> 

Cl GO w 'X CN 00 W CO © 



COCOCO-fl'OX'HCOCOCO 



00 c» m r>» CO >-< l— © 



© ao cr. co o © 

•» Cl C- i-l © © 

c< cm m •* in t* 



X' OI Cl © Cl © 

^^ © in oo © © 
in m © ** co m 



n- m © © -r -r co co I m ci ci © c ic © i^ to *- i 



ao©©©©-cp©©i.o i-r 
npaovcoiHSi^ln 

©i--©i^ooao©cooooo wni-t-Wrtt-w ci ci©©t-i 



f w 3s c* co — ■ co © © oo © © m 



tuiniooionmHt- 

-Hi-HCNt-C<CNrH^"CO 



.<^"©©tum«Tji| . 
co © © © i.c © oi © -r 



—■ (- -f © © CO Ol 



CO© CO i-l 00- 

i-h"(m"co"oo"©"- 



_ . i co © © ro Cl 1- c rro i- 
^Ti'inTj'©i J Cycoi-,rH ciiii©©©^)^ mrHin©t-© 

i-T | co" i-T 



■*COCOTG0©©©C! 
t^ h 10 C» cr. i - o '". — 
•^©■^■©CMGO©-*© 



-• ct ~i — re re x — ci 

in ci oo © co ct co i-i cj 



CO I" © co © ci oo — GO 
i-H © © © ci -r ie © in 
oo co i— m ci © © go t- 



co©m^-co©©^ti 
ri i-i CI i-i t-^ i-H 



in © © ci m co ci 

w © © CI ir T t- 

131 CO © © Cl ^H © 



m ©© t- co ©oo 
t- © © o in © © 

© HHrlrt 



ci © ci © i-i in in 
oo © © lo m m i~ 

rt © GO ©CO © © 



© 00 I- © C! CO 

© © t- © © I— 
i-l Cl rtHrt 



cj H CO co tn 

;2 fe-'i " « 



g| Cl o »co — 
ge-J o goercj o ctj 



Districts... 



cSaSato'-S-gco.g .'Scs'S^3'SS*3 ,2^*S2K « 

1-H ci CO 



l.rt CUTS O 

;5 es o p 



118 






o 
O 



5 

SQ 



V 
<3 


P<c3 


o © 
o 01 

coco 




oj ift as o» oj 

t-iooc:o 

51HHIJIH 




t- co co h« 

© X n CO 




OOl-OOf 
-* -fl* H* CO 00 © 

CO 01 01 CI CI LO 




4 13 

5 87 

5 91 

6 43 

3 65 

4 09 




I- 01 CO 

HC5« 

CO coco 




H> o H" 

?1 © . il 


CO t- © © CO 

co © in h 1 u< 

o m o co co 


n 

CO 
CO 


00 GO '30 t— 

o co :o co 




^r » fl- c x « 

© © H- 10 -T L0 

TOCiaHK 


in 

— 

H 1 


Ol CO IT H ■* n 

« in lo Hooei 
lo co m oa oi h* 


CO 

CO 


o i" in 

CO n J- 

© n H" 


c o 
in o 

c o 

CO~il" 
4& 


o 
m 
o 

H<~ 

4& 


CO CO ■ o ci CO 
CO © © O! t- 

(MrlrtHCO 


© 

3> 


01 CO n X 
CO ii 01 CO 

co co in >* 


co 


— 1 CI C t- i- O 

H< 00 ** ii H< o 
H" Tf OJ 0! H> H> 


o 
ro 

01 

of 


t- o co m oi i~ 

O Ol I- CO CO © 

ot 0J co co Oi in 


f 

co" 
(4 


CI X © 

lo r- t- 

CI H CO 




S 
t-l 

o 


w © 


01 


Ol X CO X X 
n CI Ol CI CI 

co t- © t- x 


© 

0! 
CI 


LO XCJ rl 

© oo © © 


CO 

t- 
t- 


0J ■* co x — i r- 
oi oi o? x t — r 

00 t- CO O CO o 


c 

X 
55 


in in co ei o> oo oj 
© x co oi lo i- m 
oi m oi ■* p in co 


CO X X 
CO © O! 

ooo 


-J" o 
CO C! 
OJn 


m 

ro 


in o si el f 
ooiOHincs 


OJ 


i- _ _ t- ■ 
m x © oi 


CO 


c. c t- oj os r- 

01 © © X i.O CO 

1-.OJ n 


CO 
CO' 

r- 


o t- co in co © 

LO CO — Ol CO © 
H H OJ 


o 

CO 


r- co o> 

© 01 LO 

CO 



V 5 S 



CD £> 



F* 2 § 



OJ CO 

t- in 



CO © 
Ol CO 
OJ OJ 



co oj ■* oj in 

© co in rn © 

rtOOIDl* 



00 Ol i-i © 
OOOf-H 



• oj -c oi © t— 



-r © oi co rH in 
r- oj © -* t- n 

t-C100(OlOa 



© co in lo oi 
Ol il t- co © 
t- oi co © © 



© ©CO CO i- 

x m©x in 



t- oo in r- , t- oi t- © in •* in , oi 



© c 

X TI- 
CS c- 



Loi-comlrH Tt-^coiii'ai © © u- © oi h- t- ol©© 



l- CO 1- © 

lo i— co in . . 

TT © CO © 00 

co~ of of n" oi" 



— < x © in i* cci*i 
-f © © H © lo © © 



: oi oo © n co 



co © x © | co 
eoo" 



© © i 

©fn" t 



OHrtili 



L0 O 
CO CO 



CMHHt-5 
ill L0 1** © © 

CI CI ii CI CI 



H-qii-ii 

SHrtH 



** X © OJ© h< 
HrlHMrtH 



LO © LO © X © X © ; ii 



I © X X LO '' LO © H 1 © —» I 



i oo © in x -c* h< i- i 



O) O H O O Cl f-1" ©©CO 



©xim co h< h 1 © ci ; hi 



X CO ii Cit-rfiiLOX X©© — 



< CO I L0 © :' ~ ' • 



«©.'-! . 



'0JC0Ol©X X^COil 



© x © © t- r- © x t- -i © ol c_ 
n©x©c^t-!oi ©iimcon© 



© r- oi © co co x © 

© OJ©XLO©ii 
n rtrtHHCIt- 



co 01 © © ip i— 
© © Ol X © © 



© X n © X 

x co t- © m 



© lo © © 



© — 01 O! Ol if 

GOVIOODQOH 

CO CO CO CO CO t- 



C0 CO CO n © t- 
© t- © © iC* i* 



in co ii 
©©I- 



Hi © —1 
m i- i oj 

m co © 


© o m t- co 

n —» © ir ^ 
-f X X © © 


L0 

© 


t- © OJ © 

X © 01 © 
L0 © CO T 


00 

© 


i-ainir-x 

X CO ii © © © 
© t- X © © Ol 


t- 

o 

X 


n © © CO © © © 
© t- CO © •* Hi |iji 

oi in in ii t in : lo 


COX X 
01 © ■* 
© 01 © 


{-©CO 
n © OJ 
00 Ol t- 

OJco'i© 
1 


■«• © X © OJ 
LO LO CO n © 
U- CO © © X 


in 

CO 

© 
uo 


X "* 1- X 
© X © t- 

m in © -c" 
OJn n oi 


CO 
0J 

© 

40= 


© © ir oj ii m 

n -T 0! © — ■ © 

in co © lo © oi 
of 


CO 

o 
© 


OJ CO ii OJ © © © 
Hi © OJ ii n 00 1 CO 

© lo x t~- in x n 

ilil Of Of rl" i-T 


© X X 

co u- © 

OICO H< 

co'i-rn" 



OHiO 
1-© X 

-1/ © -d 


0J t- U- 01 © 

Hi n OI © © 

© m c- co -p 


1 
© 


© X if LO i CO 
(- 01 © © © 

© -CI LO if U* 


© CO ii CO {- Hi 
cc - 1 © Ol CO © 
© I- OJ Ol X t' 


X 
CO 


m Ol Hi X 0! X 
Hi © © — © © 
Ol Hi X © Ol t- 


© 

01 


n © © 

© © © 

© Hi LO 


■* © o" 

© CO in- 

oj co o 


X ■* © OJ© 

©© OJ © n 
n Oln CO 


01 
OS 


© t- © n 1© 
© f 01 0J , X 

CO CO CO CO CO 


CO — t- T- © K 

CO © t^ CO CO 0! 


© 

Ol 

© 


© CO — t X 1 LO 

m n hi co t~- x 

Ol 01 ■* Hi CO 11 


© 

© 


ir ii © 

CO Ol 0J 



igi 
u« o 

. « H 



^ - CO 

s'j§ 

►o>00 



+5 » s 
8^ EH 
03 ft 



.2 g h 

ShS cs 

p Sbvs i-. c? 

sc?JB 



DlSTKICTS... | 






ggy3 



— T3 o 

P o H 

ifH 



SfiS 



119 



OOOH51 



CO rH <H IH in 



CO CM CO 

niof 



3— to 
•rH t- 


© © © [00 

om oo loo 

CO CO i-l 1 00 


OKt-t-O 
SI CD O C CI 
rlOClTO 


i- 
in 

m 


ino^ 

Cl S3 LO 


OS 
01 

l- 


© to to ira 

COOC1C1 
l-CCHffi 


cs 

CO 


f-HCNiO 

ira cs to ith 

BriHO 


CBQOC0 to 
OS t- lH 00 > 

co ira cs ih jo 


!H CO to 

f- © CO 


CO 

o 


co ccoo ira 

CO is- ira rH 

rtdHO 


TO 

ira 


1 1- 1 t- 

!f If 
III 51 


CO to" rH o 

no r- © iw 


rH to t- T 00 
ClrtOlfflO 

eiHHHn 


in 
en 

so 


oo-j 

© C 01 
CO CM CO 


•ra 

a i 


O CO OS o 

OOCDiO 


o 

CO 

<* 


© r-^r- if 

CO rH OO f 

ci co i-H » 
<* 


co f <?) ira 1 to 
co o os f o« 

f |tO 


cieo ira 

to rH 1/0 

i-H ira ira 


ci 

CO 

ci 


to CO CO 00 
O rH CI Cl 

COrH cm 


ira 
t- 

to 



s co lira 

- f ^H 

ocs It 


b- cs cs 

CO 00 CO 


10 
CO 


COfxfrl .00 
-H CS Cl O CO to 
t- CS CO cs © ■ cs 


t-rn ci 

t-cot- 

^H CD to 


O 
CO 

t- 


©Oft- —1 

c; ira ira co co 

CO Cl Cl t- ! rH 


ira tO rH 
(NO) rH 

tl-H 


Cl 

to 

CM 


co -H ira Cl -H 
f toes 00 .00 
COn ira rH )> 


i> CS CO 
CD CO CS 

CS coo 


OS 

Cs 


CO to CO t- 

ira to f co 
ira oo oo ira 


-H 

ira 

CO 


pin -)> 
f co to 


O f o 


01 


to ci co't-'era CD 
ira i- to to ira ih 

CO 


f O 
r-< CS 


ira 

s 

01 


CO CS O » 1 rH 

ira f to f -h 


rH rH IfJ 

rH CO f 


CD 


t-noi- ao 

r- rn era cl ; f 


00 i> CO 

f cs ci 


CS! 


to r- co ira 
at cieo 


00 
OS 

rH 



CD 00 CS 

OS CS o 



OlOCNt-M 



cm to ira 

CS O 00 



ira r- f 
t- to ira 



o cm cm ira 

ira ira oo t- 



ira ©aoft-to : ira cooci.o -h t 



cm cm to cs cs to 
CM CO tt cs f rr 



o to o to 



oo go ao ira © i era looHlto 



cocorH.r- t- irs -ho era 
co .ra co rH cm co cm ira ' 

rH rH CO CM CM CO CO ITS 



o OS CO to t> 



ira f rH i> J> ; CO 



' CO I CO CI. CM C- 



© © rH CO I © CD CO rH I 00 



ira co rr ira i— 



!© CS rH 



i-Tcoco" 



l- rH CO 00 j rH tOl.rarHlCO 



rH CM t- 1 

co'i-Ti-T 



> CM , CS f .CI CS f 



co cm cm co ira 



rH rH rH rH CO 00 



f O CM 
CM rH CM 



rH f tOCS CO 
81HHHEM 



CM rH Qt CM | 00 



CO rH CO 
rHOCl 



ICO CO rH rH CO rn 



CO CO rH 
rr Cs CO 



ira co to co ' 



I to 01 -f 

. .J to CO rH 

■i o cs i- ira 
cc"co"o"cc"cn" 

© CO rH f rH 

CO CM CO CM t- 



CO O rH n- 

© of ira to rr cn o o 



oo o co o I ira 

r-T i-T rn" cm" 



f f ira ira oo 

- -- o o t- 

t- CS rH 

ao to eo"co~ 

rH -3- 00 O 

ira to ira to co 
S3 



OS Cl to j CO 

ci".ra"©" i oo" 



rH -3- CO O 1/0 CO rH t 



CO OS CS I CM 



CO C> O CO 



s co ;i 
.1- - 

t- GO 

cs" go" ira" to"" 
o go rn ira 

CO CM "3" rH 



I o o oo rn ira 



00 CO CM o 



rn o CD I— to 

rH to rH f ICO 
Cl CM f CM \^ 



co ci o ira o 



to CM t- GO C> 



CO CM CO 

to ira to 



t-ira cMira 
t- in to ira 



r- ira ., rn 

rH cs oc 
est- CM 


t- 01 so 
CO CO rH 
CO I- O 


ira 

CO 

o 


lo to co ira ci i to 
to :■: ol rn ci to 

rH f O 1- CS C! 


LOOCC CO 

to ira r: ira 

00 O rH es 


f- 1> © 00 rH 

r- co © to f 

rH © CO rH • rH 


i.ra © © 

tO rn CO 

iraoof 


CM 

CO 


O t- O 71 

ira rH C- rH 

oo ci oo ira 


© 

-r 


O rH rH 

to OS o 

© rn CO 


CM 

ira 

CO 


to ira co co i- 

rH f- O O i© 
O O f CO '!> 


fees o 

to ira c 

t- rH CO 


rn CO OO 

T- — 1 O 

Cl 00 CM 


C! 


b- rH CO I- f 1 rH 

ira t- f cs cm cs 
C! rH 00 f o | r- 


CO CS O CO 
f Cl 01 © 

t- rH CO T 


Cl CO o © to 

"S "JO SO T Cl 
rH GO 00 t- CO 


m o co 

t- cr. t- 

m ^ ira 


53 

ro 


© tO CO rH 
to Cl f CO 
CO © CO HH 


CO 

i- 

ccs 


n< to ira 

ao -r to 

f GO liO 


2 


t-"o"ira"to" 

f C- © CD 

tH O © © 


CO 

© 




Cl CO rH 


Cs 


rH rH CO 1 tO 


at cm ira 


Cl rH rH 1 tO 


rH Cl CM 


CO 


CM rH 


ira 

44> 


rHCMCM 


CO 

as* 


rH rH Cl 


CO 

tit 



00 CO CO 

©'-f"ira" 

© -r oo 

Cl CO rj" 



C100©f ira rHCOf 

o-rtOTOiira oococo 



CO rn rH tO © 



in m f t 
t- ci f ~r 

tO rH —1 ! © 



to ira to so —. 

r]' CD Cl CO © 

to -h to in © 



- z rs co 1-. -c so © 

Cl O Cl O rr CO rH rjl 



o rn to o m m ' m rn 

CO rhtOOClO'Tr ^. 
r* y* y^ Cl rH CO © rH 



f © to CO 



O <E Ci I fcJO o 



is ' -H 

-a ? g eh 



O^i 



tCHH 2 

a c; o 

nCjr S tH 
<JOrn1 



'1^ 



CO 



MS 



3 s 
2 u u a 

S » m CO 



C « * 

Hsh 



gs » 



I ST. M 3 

I o ct, « 



asp. 



« rH O CO O CO H i- . 






c r 3 

2 



3 2 - d 






-3 HrJ'g 



120 



en co co 

OCIOD 

go t- in 



tons) 



CO COO 

co m o 



cms* in 



tpco at 
(NOD to co 

"O CO CO CO 



©CSt-itD O SI SI , CO IO CO O CO 

•n co rH I o cinc^iH r- —< -p si 

IOICO rH t- rp CD I in in CD tH CO 



co en •* OS i co co in en 
ih ot--<o co co go 

I.O IOMB O CM CM t- 



1-1 moo 



coco to 

-p co en 

co .-..' co 



TH t-IOOl 



i-H co in co 



t- si o | en o si r- en co p to co , si 



j cr. -p co tp co X oo 



OlOOO f 



GC I- CO | O iH 
CO 1- O 00 ICO SM 



) o . o co en o in si 



•■d 

I 

O 

Q 






hS 






.a o 

o g 

CO CO 



CO St -Ji 

rH O t- 
l- rH GM 

co"co"co" 

-I O CI 
01 Tp GO 

r-Tco'Sf 



GO O CO 

oo co in 



ctor- o 

t- CO OS ;0 



•* co in ico •* i-i -si 

in o t- j co 

C0~CM i-T t-~ 



CO 00 CO 
O CO CO 

CO TP TH 

si" tp" LO- 
TH rH TP 

Cn I- l- 



sl rtd 



in co co o 
oo m in in 



co to in : 
co -r tp c 

ifOt-i 

of i-Ti 



O t- i-H 

O O 0! 

in to m 


CO 

CO 


CO C3^ rH |CO 
CO COCO iO 
GO CO cm m 


th o hi in 

CO CO rH O 
CO CO t- lo 


C9 St CO 

in co tp 
to in cn 


-P 
CO 


rH SMI- to 
00 t- Oi GO 

en CM tp o 


CO 
CO 

i- 


n 
t- 

co 


c. 

GO 

in 


HIT!-* 
HCOOl 

tp coo 


t- 

00 


oo'i* 00*~ iH 
o i- o cn 

I- tp in to 


GO*" CO iH [cn 
TP t- CO 00 

go ocn 1 go 


SM co ■* 

fOQ 
SM SI tp 


CO 
S3 


iH LO rp CS 
H H t! ,U 

t- co m cm 


-p 

00 


o 

o 


e 

CO 




5s- 


u» 


i-T Ism 






.%. 


" H 


i- 

-p 



oc com 



to .n SM CM 

O t- 09 00 

CO CO CO CO 



in in go si en | cn 



-* in co ism 
o », o 

CM TP t- 

cfofoo 

H H CI . _ 

in in sm j si 



co © o i go in oo cn . si 



tp I co in co co 



GO Cn CO ip cn GO TP St TP TP I- 



h f ci : co co ih tp 



co in co Ico to co co 



Cn Cn COCO 



o co i- j in o t- in 



co co cm en th 



i- r~ r- go en -p 

ih o t- irp H OO 

si o m oo I cc cm 



CO rH TH 



1159 



—I gotp en 

CO C! M- SM 

GO CO CO CO 



CO TP -3" tH 



to to co i in 



hi en t— co o cn st co © co cn cn >' 

co co in o in tp co co — 



en rH o co . co -h 



o co en co 



oo CO tH 

I TP TH 

i si co 



th tp th ; t- 



TP 00 rH oo CM 

oo co h si icn 
si rH co si en 



D"ISTHICTS 




: w-Sj 



H U bio 

- — 4 



i2i 






co ci -* *-h as co >7. co c> 

00rt«TT<COClCi:Ot-TH 



Ift I- O CD ©CO CD t- 

M»CIOirtOOt 



GO W M M © H t* CO O O O IO 

th t^t- .1 CI CJ O CO O H CO i- 

Ot-MH'5'W Tf 1 CO t- OS OS i-H 

^«OCOHf 



< CO ift ** CI X' S* t- 



< — OS CO CI r-i J- CI 

© ri cici 



) ICT T; n 00 1< H ^ 



MMO'-Ol^fN! 

ci co »r; © .ft co © c 
r- ift ift t- i- o CI c 



CO CO CI ^- Ift i 



t -* t- © i ^ ift r- ift ci © ift 



I CO © -9" t-> CI l- OS 



CO CO CC 1ft l-> CO , © © © © © ci -v 



TCCt-rftTf-r©iift © x ^ © i 

© :o © © 2* © G-* i-< i © ***■ c* co © co ; o © r» c5 r~ ©i i-t 



Ht?l d* ii CM rl i-H 



CO i-H "1« ri ' CI OliHtWeOrlW 



CI CI © CO C> ift © ift t-h 

osci-ri-ixoocox© 

CI 00 CI CO i-H i-H ift ift Cft 
© 7! •? -r -r -t r. -r © 
ift CO CO Ct CI CI CI -V iH 



CO©©CO©©OICO 
OS © C4 t- 00 CO CO © 

Ift CO -f — I 00 t-> t^ © 

© © Ct CO Ct © *T i-H 
WCTHHiH Ct tH 



© l- CO CO © oo 

CO © ift CO CO "f 



t-CO © rH Tf © 

C* © © i-l CO 00 



I t- fit CO i-i © ift ift 

(H 5* i-H CI i-H 1-1 TH 






-* o o o o io i -. i -. co 
co co -r <~ co cc oi >~. <o 

I- -H CO i-i 0! X CO C X 



n^t'tocjinn^ 
m — i oo }! n o n a so 

CO i-l rH Oi IH 



ci nciaottOTo co 



-I o i.o i- o — 



iTHirji-)' -* hh 



. . -* oo -*• i-HijiH(x)n loo o v 
ciiohhc.o It- ^namtw 10.000 



Hoooa'Ci- i.o i- . m X' io -r -f Oi i.o o ci t- o o; o o i-h oi hh 



cooouo-rcoxaoir- oi o< oi -h ■ 



IO i-l i-l i-H 



MrtOH C> i-l iH 



•H* IO-*GOO«t- IO coo 



i-H CO O t- 



nanxosi oo co — < 



oomoociHi 



t-QOC! I- t- 01 CO 
ffi CO I* t- 0D CO -I 00 

o«nHconoc! 



QQ LO LO O CO CO 

xo-on-ii 

CI CO L0 X t- IO 

CO i— r-i O -O CO 



ncoi-ct-oi ihn 



t- Oi CO Oi 00 



iH U0 -< 

co OSes 



i.o a 09 cs o »o o i 



m on of i.o t-ooooc. 



o oo o ^ — co — ' -* x — < i 01 ooii-at-o O! o«e«eo,h ceo 



oor-nnncHco o oicis:co^-t--*c-> 



co co co o co oj re; -r co 

CO 00 U0 CO r-l Oi 



COi-it-OOOCOCNCO 



COCOCOf HOS.C) Cn CO CO i-< 00 - 

aooui-icoooi-'o) r- co hh -i< t- oi , oi r- < 



0! en oo t- ao co x 



■30 CO CC 01 

i- co co oi 



Woi" i-"co"-r~cT , of hh go"io"'co*'x''i.o~ co" »cuo""'2 

i-l 00 CO Oi -*■ i-H ID Ci Ci O CO OO —I cooiZr 



o o x oi o ei oo oo co -h onnaDcoooiiioi o o i- o co — i ■ oi oo-f t-ni 



co oo in o i 



o oi co o ' co coo > o o 1 oi t- x i.o co t- co t- r- oi c 



niocdrnot-i 



Hrit-lOnt- U0 COrH 



I-H CO IH 



i-H COCO i-l 



OI o t- o OO I/O O O lO 



O O l-O Oi ~ i-O I 



CO f- 1.0 CO x - 



a* 



"OS o 



O.S| 

,S do 



oooHcooin-oo 

l- -XI i- — I X t- i.O t- CO 
Oi O 01 CO IO CO o o t- 


fr- 
ee 

!- 


ot-i-H-r-HO-H-t* 

03 Ci Oi 00 -" Oi CO O! 

OO OO Oi 31 X CO -»• CO 


o 
t- 


rr H CO CO © © 
t- CO *- t- C( "JO 

00 © CO ^J" f- © 


S3 


t- 0! 

O CJ 
1-H CO 


Oljffirt 
rt«JOt- 

i-H COX o 


or. 
•o 
— 


o o 


g 

CO 


$442 
646 
572 
1,327 
571 
592 
359 
919 
710 


H 
CO 


OH-ipcicir-TCO 

Cl 0i 01 X -T 00 -H CC 
Ot-OlOOit-Oi-H 


IO 

CO 


00 © CI f — < CI 

O T 1 L~ O 'ft 

r- t- ift ^ c- c* 


IO 


O -ir- OO O CO CO 
O CI t- 00 -en 10) 


o 

o 

i.O 

ton 
cs« 


CO o 
oo rr 

IO hH 

coco 


CO 
Oi 

1- 

Ol 




•x« 







00 d © CO © CO 00 CO 00 ift 



)©©©»ft"^t-lft -^©1 



ift o © © t f co o © ift © r- x i— 'Xi oo ci t-h ; ift 
■ ■ ~i ci © ift © ift -t ci ^p 



i- t- "^ n< © oi ci i- i-h © no © -r — co © ift x- 

©©^w©ro©cO"^ -3< t-cor — tcicot-ico 

HHHNOltNHHtN 1ft WHWt^HCON 



© CO © © © © 



I ct qwt^f-HH 

- T CS CI CM i-H 






s:-s 



leccf.fefe 



iCO* oc 



iS i-— i £ o 



Districts . . . 

L— 14 



l- CO i— X ■ C i - 

10 T — IO •_ CC 
0-i Oi CO CO CO Oi 



r- co oi cc ~ vj 

?. C( CC 01 o oo 
Oi CO OO OO -^ 01 



CO CO CO OI 
CI Oi O O! 

:o o co I to 



■hi CI CO no 



S d 

coed 

OS ,04 

PI 









^5 
M 

_d - - 
fc^ d'S 



>.d 

oe o 



m d ' 
4= x J 

cjo3 o 



e* go co cpTt« 

SS5 o tf5 rt 



122 

'incur; © © ©» co in in 

> © x >4 i?' ft © 36 © ri 



sunhirtoa in co if co •** 

•- t- rH £- © ft C* rH t- © CO 

«1 0» Ct M rH $» rH — rH Si 






to OI ON 

S2S 



CO CO 05 



O^fflCJt' 



(NO* t- 0»m 



m o* m cp »o 



O ^ CQ-*? 1 



cot^*-io*Goco:5* CT^on o 
^fflooiooH o co a a w c ! m 



irtiftCCWO '■ 



cp m in ap 
o* co r- «5 



HCioooc^r- li-i 
■^"rr o — < r- co oi 



i ■<-< oi co Ico Trcpn 
) 00 CO CO iff- co ift o* 

l r-i 00 (CO 00COOS 



sssi 



sss 



od i- ©» co © © 

in t' qo th in h 

1- O © I- 00 If 



nf-^"*(Mo — i © t- co t~ 

h ir: tjho t- -v ci © if x © 

locioo-wintc m 00 t! h oi 

u0 Ss 110 CO t- CO (Dt^I'lOol 



■ c< So 



si 



> A 



© © © © ft 
CO t- i-i rH lO 

to o in to f- 

ofaraT'^i'^i' 
in ■- © io a 
o» 55 -h c» 



ft to no to Ol 
CI CO O UO to 
to r-l -3" ft 00 



) CO X X 1 
■ 0) 01 01 



rtf fflt"Oi! 



(-IllOfTh 



© © CO if CO © i © ^tSHL-JH.O OCJ1 

onMOciv h co © i-* in x © co © i 

OOjrfO: 00 00 © in ft BOO O CI t- i 



r- co co © in co 

o in t r- h © 



in h 5! oj h n 1 1~ toinm 
co if if ■* co oo -f nog 

© rHi-HiH 25. © ©ff- 



P-.,J 



I- -n © © if 

to © oo m i- 
ci cj ■# fc © 

& CO © CO CO 



CO rH X rH © x © co ci c» 

in r- © oo at ** v if oo © 

oaoii th ci co © o co 

© in © © in « w ih oi t- 



Ol ir* I— *f © © 

© in © © o © 

co in © rn © ci 
© t- in i-i oi © 



ft X f- © rH 

r- © c» ■* in 

M^tiHin 



ci ft© 

f -H CO 

©© © 



I 

=3 

3 
1 



if in© t- < 

S© H oo ( 
rtOOOl 



© COt- 00 i-i 



ci CI 01 ci 
c> ci © © 

CO rH l-l l-l 



© © 0» © © in rH 



© t~ co co if © ; co co ci co © co i ih © in oi. 
© ci if t- © i-h ! — i © -f © io t.o rH co — i © 
if rr co o — co I © o © co © ■* CJ x © if 



X ft © CO O If 



if HL^C! 



oi^S 



iSoll^H 
! OS © CO 



i-l i-i i-< CO 



if if © CO I 

l-l © I- I?) I 
in of i-TrH 



co ft in if aoc 

© X rH © CI l 
ft CO OO © t- i 



j~ ci © *■- i-h x , if inooi-ico© 
at t- © in m oo ' © © i-i if © at 

© 01 C- i-l CO © J © OI X © to © 



m ci rn oi oi 



© © © © ,to 

in © if © c* 

© co © co oo 

of coif" in I of 



© m © in © 

O) CO 01 rH © 

x if © © m 



co x th © -r x 

rH O X © © t- 
if CO CO 'J' CO 00 



m rn © © .o co- 
rn t- in © x if 

r- xr~ r- if in 



r- oi o* I— i- 
t- x x m © 



tji if m 

x © o 



as 



© in in in in 

innoit-i* 

t- x T o< in 


© 

CO 


in © CO -rf 

© X © © 

in i- 1-© 


ou 

© 
in 


© LO CO if LO t- 

~r oi m ^ — : 01 

© ^i © © -rji CO 


8 


oi co m © -^" © 

- - © f~ rr CO 

xco m cox© 


© 

CO 


co x © if at 

X rH t- CO © 
-rji © X if © 


CO 

t- 

00 


-r © © 

X© CO 

©o © 


CO 


$2, 101 
700 

2, 153 
954 

2,891 


s 

00 
X 


© t-"x~x 
x oo in i-h 
© CO x-* 

^" 0« OJ 0< 


L0 
t- 

@» ( 


00 of © 01 lO'if 
X CO "T I- © i- 

o oi o oo oi ir 

rH rH rH CO 


© 

at 

© 


oi to n if ci a 

rH X r-l © X if 

air* annom 
at at f •* co i-i 


^0 


© CO rH CO X 
X X t- i~ X 
t- © rH © -rf 

innjirin 


© 
© 


x © at 

c: t^ © 
■f © r- 

co coin 


01 



■* m t-© if 
iniotoioi 
ocJco O CO 



fntlinH 



y^^XOiO © (Mt-OIHOOH ,H © I- t- t- if © 



t- rH © X CO 



rH ©in © 



© at © © : oJ if if x co o j~- I co if © t- © 



©© t- x at 

if Cl Cl if o 

in if if if oo 



COO)rfCOCXCO ft rH in ' . - 

© © fi rH oi x © © in in © co c 
at co at at co co r- coo<mm©< 



J~ CM ft 0HCH 
X r- CO © ft rH 



O © © CO t- ft 

© ir if © © in 
© r-o»o(Oico 



co co at x ico 
oi t- it r- t- 

X CO ©0< C6 



rH t- © OS IS* 



fo,oi3c«eH 



llll H 



Sj g § Jr| Ph 



fcrfl 

«"wi9 S !^^h 
"o c^; ©go 

OPOt>MrlH 



3 i: 



r= A S 

rf O H 
HrJi? 



(DlbTKICTS.. | 



123 



OOlH 
© COM" 



83; 

OJ CO ( 

COCO 1 



t~ m -i- m 



t- LO rH U0 -1< 

Sfrtiomoi 


-r 
in 

CO 


OJ O rH 

gs 0! 30 

Olr* rH 


00 


CO 00 IT* © 
f- I- © © 

00 CO CO CO 


lO 
CO 


ooon 
t- en ci 

00 t- CO 


— . 
01 


t~ fc-T-H © 

© in © t- 
© t- © t~ 


tra 

CO 


LO CO t- 

in i* m 

t- co in 


X 

in 

CO 


— CO 00 CO 
in CO 00 CO 
rH t-CJ© 


30 

CO 


00 m 00 

I- el in 

co oo in 


^h m © th 

CO 00 I- oo 

o co en t- 


00 

-r 


co'oo'rH co h 
© © © co (- 

HCIHHtD 


95 

55 

CO 


© rji 00 
C> CO CO 
CM CI© 


8 


-* 1/0 -r* CO 

ocioi- 

fHCOf 


CO 


Ot-Ol 

g>— i co 

CI©rH 


r- 

-r 
O 


ao-* t-co 

CO rH 01 CO 
© rH rj« 


— 


00 l-O o 
C. CO ?! 
CJ T rH 


m 

00 


co ©"in© 

CI r- I- CO 

T COOrH 


in 

m 

en 


Hf rH © 
fe- CO CO 
CICJrH 


© —i co in 
t- ©© ci 

00 CD T TP 


en 




si 


CO 


H»l 




«ft 




IN 

4ft 


01 


£ 




«ft 




e» 


Cl 


Cl 

4ft 


Eft 



I CO i- 
: 0! 1« 



© ClOOrH 

oj co en m 

co in ^h en 
-r en ci© 

CI T-H 



in oo co 
m co m 



tOOHl' 



CC rH 00 CD GDI- rj< rH 
COt-r-l ;Ci Cl CO l~ 00 



cncncoiTH «- i« co oo , in 



V* i— <_". ,f r -j 
CJ ■* en Si co 



• o , co t-ciin 



n © ci i -n ci © r- »h in cn-^in 



XCCt-OllO f- t-i o 



© © oo . r- 
t- -* © d 



rp co m © 
cm ii el co 



ci in © ! -«* mm oo-^ico cocno 

H!-CS '00 LO © © ~ 



en ci f i- 



*-* en oo co 

co rlVH 



-• -' 
co 55 



— CO-* O — I 
G>. © t- 00 00 

^foi© CD cl 
in ci -ch co m 



isa 



— < t~ e- -h 



00 © CD 
©01 GO 

ci t in 



: © i- 

j ci m 



CO 00 OO Cl 



) in 15 -r co 




in 00 co , en 


















~- 


















O 






51OH00 
co 00 in 00 










jh © moo 


en 


Oti^O) CO 


mo © 00 i" 


CO 00 © 


cj 


t- m -r ot 


a 


© CO © 




m 


ao©in © 


i- J- CO 


t- 


? © t~ cj 00 


pH 


C0 1"Ol H 


© ci 00 co 00 


00" 1-1 CO 


CO 


Cl © © Cl 


— 


— lira© 
t- -* © 


t- 


OrtCOM 
CO CI © Cl 


rH~ 


t- co © 1 m 


© go t- 


Oy 






fHH O 


1 r-1 CD rH CO 






MHMri 
























































t* 




<*r 


,4ft 




#* 


































«ft 


|«ft 
1 










<*> 










| 







CO r- ■* Cl , l- 

i w ^ 00 t- Ura 

H rH 1-1 00 00 1 CJ 


© © m 
© 01 ci 

Cl CO 1-1 


t« 


m © 00 t— © 

■» © co © |t» 


© CO OJ ;->3< 
© 05 © rH 

hiosIh 


CO © t- -3i © 

on s: -r 00 o» 
CO © >* l- © 


r-ri^ 

m © rH 


m 

CO 

r- 


•rji © rj« — 1 
© © f- OJ 

© I- CO X 


3 


rH »H © 
© t- CO 

00 © ■** 


ri ao © m , © 

© CO CO rH r» 

co (son M 


■1 coi-i co 1 © 


ci co © 


- 


crfri tin on 


of -w © co" 

I" 1 

1 


©" 0) Id 

r 


CO CO© 


M 


0»rH LOrH 


rt 


1-H00 CO 


rf ■»" 0) CO ! © 



© 00 on 
i-cor-t- 



© C)C5 

© © GO 



co © m © 

© t- J- CO 



00 m o5 
© © m 



CO -* CO© 

C< T- © t" 

■* moot- 



o* © -^ 
© © t- 



m ■* © 
00 m f 



I r-i rH 1* © OJ 



co co m t- 



rin'TO 



m m co . t~ 



© rH CM OJ 



-j. 11 -o co i<n -r 00© 

C. CO CO H ' CO rH©© 



COHi^O 



© m © © 



co th m m 
CO iH(MOl 
m o* t- © 



• © m 

IrHlrf 



CO rH CO CO © 



00 C> rH OI 01 



rH © CO rH 



c°T! 



CO OOCO rH 

GO hji o5 CM 

ira rH-rJ>r- 

oT of co cc 



OO © © CO CO CO CO © 



OJ o»©©colo» l~00© 
© rH © m co ! r- 01©© 

Oi ©OI00©,CO CM rH t- 



31 CO rH rH 



CO rH 00 CM 



CO CO rH OJ rH 



J- OO t- rH 



1- mt- m 

m co m t- 

00 H<!» 

00" of co" of 



co m© r- 

© © co© 



© co t-00 jt- 
o rH go r- loo 



© © © OJ I rH GO Hf © CM 



© rH t- GO © O© 
GO © rH I© © rH f- 
HJ- O-J" !00 ©©OJ 



OJ © 0! © 1 rH 



HJ< OJ lh OJ rH OJ CO 



oj © co t~- 



3?5 



Oi xp ^ ^ 



124 



OS OOrH GO 



lO O CI Q CJ 

o tp in t- c* *& 

t-T odccTcfod _ 

iro t- f o* CO i-l 

O CN iH CO CO rH 



o 


S« 




in 


in 




■tf 


Cj 




i- 


of 










r-l 


C5 




0! 


N 






m 


' 



r- <B 
<) ft 



cm ■* en 

HO)H 
CM CO CM 



O CO rH 
rH m T-l 



in i co 



o a 

CD CD 

>- ft 



CO rH CO 

in co cm 
t- t- o 

O" O" CO- 
CO I- rH 
-hh zo O 

cm 



co i- co m 
m a co co 



3> rH t* CO 
rH T CO Tf 
rH rH CMCO 



cm r- rH co o 

Si CO CM tt to 
1- CO rH CM Ol 



GO CO rH TH 



co to m m I to 
tp co rj- co oa 

O O) rH CO rp 



rH mcorj-co orfinco 
t— n t* n I (M TjHiot-t^ 



woco 

IO rH co 

m co co 



co in co in 

CM CO C5 co 

cm m in cm 

of i-Teo" - * 



CO t-rH CO 
CO CO O CM 

rH m oo co 



OJ m rH CO rH 



o hh in 
in coco 



t-co in ■* 
rH in cm t- 

co m in -m 



2 h 
■3 ft . 
cir.2-2 

.5.9 a 



rH rH CO 
CO CO Q 
rH O CO 



CO t- COC5 



co cm co o in 



i- in t-co 



rH co co m 
co cm co co 



CM rH CO CO 
in t- CO rH 

nciHt- 


in 
p 

CM 


CO 

3 


Hl-rili 
CM t- CO CO 

CO rH CO CM 


to 


a. 

CO 

in 



"3 ,_, 



5 t» M « 

O fcjr^ C 

£ S ° H 

BMW 



« 9 



_!T H rH 

O--.C0 



H CB - 

Sbus 

.3 O^r^ 
r=W3l3 



i 

fee 



DlBTKICTS . 



125 



Other field 
products. 


© 


LO IT! CO CO o 

ffi co o go n 

HWTBtS 


O 


© 

en 


CI CO O ff! n « O) io 
00 Ol © n t- CI n CI 

nCOt-©LO'<rCOCO 


00 
CO 


7,200 
7,653 
14, 772 
14, 848 
9,962 


1.0 

CO 


to 

LO 
LO 

CO 


20, 033 

24, 092 

25, 592 
15, 395 


00 

CO 

CO 


CO £— CO t— TH 


t- 


CO 
CO 


©T^oocoooin©© 

ri«HH i-l 


o 


00 

o 


i 

o 

a 


CM 

o 


ffl'73000.0in [in 
OO^-QDOrtl- '© 

© © H CM © cm lo , in 

n CM i-i Ct l-i CM CM -* 


r"iiir.cioc?co't I r~ 
i- tji c* co © m © © co 

T C CO IO l' Q ^r w © 

<M i-l t). rr CM i-l CO cm 1 •» 
IcM 


O -I -t« CO ri 1 © 
O t- i.O t lO ri 
L0 CO Ci CM CO | O 

©"lo Go"r1 go !m 

0< CM CO CM il CM 


r- 

T* 

CO 
00 


l- CO CO o 
CM CM CO O 

r- lo cm r- 

tuonin 
com loco 


o 

00 

© 

© 

—1 


C* 


© 

CO 

o> 

CO~ 


ot-ntoooniH 

C! i- I- © ri 00 I- rH 

DCIt-hhfO ! Ci 
©~ cT w~©f tiT co" i-T : ©~ 

rlHHH HO 


CM I— CO CI CO O CO CO 

n rH © 00 LO © © CO 
OCJOHCOOT 

ri co"©"co"Lo"©"©"n" 

rtrlrli-lnrint;! 


00 

o 

JO 

m" 


© ro go to co 

-"; ^1 C: 11 H 

in o ci co t- 
■^©"i-Tcm"©" 

iH i-l TJi CO 


o 

CO 

f- 


Mi 
l- 

o" 

CM 


LO CM CO © 

CO CO LO CO 

■*t-on 

■^"i-H"i-rco" 

COrl CM CM 


-I. 

in 

©~ 



" rl 



H rt 



cm in o co © © m t- 

00 LO lo i- i- -r 01 © 

I'dcc-coTL-Hcjin t^ -v Tii oi oo cm r- ^ cm 

co~r-~LO~cf©"©~-t'~©'~t- ; ":T}r rT'n"©"io~in"cM" ©"©" 
-r © x © — t- to © t~ l— © © -h n- i"; © tj 7j 

00 CI i-H -7- © © LO ri © j CO © <M CO I- © T CM X 
tM'i-ii-Tcf ri" CM"ih" 1 CO" rl"TH"c<"rl"<M"rl"cM"i-1 



4©> 



co © oo -r ci lo 
ro v. 3 © © T-« 
n ■* i- - 1- Q 

in" ©" -r" ©' cc~ lo" 

TP i.O »- © x CO 



rH i-l CO CM CO i-l 



-if O! LO LO © © 

© -f © z. co -r 

t- © CM 00 £- tji 

fcfini-T co 



CO i-l CM CM CO CM cm 



CJ) CB "3 

t- t* £ 



HlOCOnHiJIHi-CO 
r1GOLOr1Tr00C*TT<CM 

OOCOCOCMCOt-COOOCM 

in © i- © © © co r- -en 

ClrtMnCMrlHH 



CCO 1 I- © CO CO t- CM 

© © TIi CO CO LO © CO 

CM Til i- CO © © CM CO 
LO © © © © 00 CM t- 



00 CO CO O CO I- 

tji © t- L0 CO © 



t- CO CO c> © oo 

ri i-i n co © cm 

ri n CM — I iH H 



i-T © CM 00 © CO 

© © CM © CM CO 
© TF r- © 00 © 



ST, a 

P Of;© 



<] ft 



G-j -* C, i.C I", -r- O O O 
7 r: t: — ■:» -j: <- .- r. 

m Ct C) O T " o O K 

citon ifcTco" irfcef'-r 
co -r' c; i-i " " 

CO Ct C< CO 
0» 



' CT- ^ CO CJ TP O O 



•*COtO-^tOC0T-(tO 
lO O h T CD 'K O O 

o n io n c* h ct ci 



( t^ as 



■ lO rH rf i-H 
C*r1C*rH 



r-ciKOLCir-uiIco HGto^ciOiH 

O X- t- i-l I- - - T t- CT. PC /. r; — *, > 7) 



m o a; i- t- rH o 

O V !^ O O h o 



CD t^ ^D Tf 00 -ro 

f h C ^ - ■-! 

c* ci & f at <?* 



^ f- T 7' O) W T C) H It J 

h«C0 01HCOCN01CN O 



LO CO IT) t- CO CD iO O 

cm-h x cn lo ci o» ro 

^-i-CtrHCOOlOCD 
I-i Cf t-T ©f r-T ©f r* 



lO rH Ci O CO O CO 

ri w*tooo 

i-H H( (Jj h W ^ « 

r0~ C^rHiOrH 



CO »^ ^ (?< Tf CO rH 
O LO ^ CO Q CO Ci 



r~i w^r co t- co c^ i 



COQOt-rHCOtDrHtOCD 

Oi>cociGOomooco 

CDIOt-CJlOCiCO-^Ci 
CI rt* tt Ci ^ rH ©5 ©l 



GOrHt-ot-COOCi 

t-HCCO^hOOO 
COCJrHrHClCJrHrH 



CO Ci Ci CO LO Ci 
CO "^ Ci rH Ci t^ 



LO O CJ rH ■* O 
CO Ci ^ CO 00 OS 

CO Ct OO CO -rj. CI 
Ci rH rH rH CI rH 



OHoomHinmo 

-h lo -r (- ?? -^: -r ro iO 

t-oioooffi^xin 



■7'T'0>COCOOCOaOGO 
^ Ci LO CU r* CO 



C» rHCOCOOOCiOiCiCOrH LOOCOrHOO 
CO CO Ct C* T C( T O t- : Ci Gi O LO "* O Ci 
O CiCOOLOLOrHCiOCi COOOOOOt- 



L0 irt L0 GO t- C( CO Ci Ci Ci CO rH CO < 

t- rH C» rH CO Gl 



■HH CO C» rH I— Ci LO 

rH Ci Oi rH CO t- CJ .._ 

CO CO CO rH O "^ ^ rH 



CO NHOCM1 H « 

Ci ^flOJOlOrt 



Si 



©i-ioo©coinoocMt- 

©r-l©©©i-CO©© 
00 © © © LO rH LO 00 



LOCOCM©LO©LOi-l 
CNCM©©i-i©t-Tl> 
TH C! © © CM CM CM 00 



rH CO ri r-li-1 



© n © co oo tj" lo 

© LO © CO CM CM T1 
G) CM CO t- CM CO 



O CO ri © LO CO CO 

© CO CO n © © © 

m lo cm t- co n © 

©" r-TeoofeicTcf 



co 



|3-1 
111 



.2 2 ciS" 9 



r-J 3r0 



a I; 






. be 

:.S « 
S S a 

PiFO 



Sao r 1 



Distiucxs. 



126 



stKf 

CO rH ( 



cm co co cm co 



IH CM t-l"»rt[- 

IH f CM CO CO K5 05 

t-~ hVco»" 

WrlHHH 



CO CM< 

CO CO"" 
CMrH- 



i CD t- 
■Si CI 



832 



CO ooooco 



a. i- x ■ -r to co 

CM CO CM — I O t- 

CO CO CD CO C {— 

co co co -* co co 



co HW*oe<a 

co CM -* 00 CD cm co 

CO rH ^ CM i~ © © 

CO~ HH"cn~CO~CD~CO~t~" 

.O t- CO **< O CM CO 



CO1O00COCM i-h I- CO rH t- f e» rH CO CD h- Tf © 

oooot^ co o o o f Mn I n i-j © t- en © © 



lO CO ^H CM CO 



lOOWOOICO CM CM IC I 



OCOCOO in © rH © © X Cn | © CM © © CI t- Tf 



,,_ (J, ,_,_,_ : 



£?}' 



CI CO CO 
lO CM CO 



O lO (?* oo 



s« 



H 



rH CO 
COi- 
IH CO 

o-Tch" 
co t- 

o co 

1-TcM" 



"f M^WO CO 

fOl-Hf- CO 

cm t-s co co uo en 



t~© t-rH 



•♦ffiQrtn oo looot- 

CM CO O "* OS ^ © CM in © 
C5 O ■* CD « CO CMCOCOCM 



CO rH CO i-l ■* 



CO O X' CO 1- CO t- 

co a: -^ co co co o 
■* in m co en c © 



O *f "7* rH CD ^ 
taicoon 
h>n»OTHH 

i-Tr-Tr-Tr-rCM"!-^ 



rH X © t~ X rH , 

-< CM CO t-h CM -f I 



i~ x x re x r. 

CM -T lO X -f o 



cox 

rH CM 

-^ rH 
rHCM 



© rH CD ■*** CO 

en if! co co in 

t-- TM rj< CO t- 
O XCO X X 



Oi X CD CM 



CD © X Cn CO CO 

co t cm en co co 

CO C5 CM CO CO rf" 
"W -3- © -3" © rH 



OOHOOOJ 
© CD CD X CO CO 

■*}< X I- O rH ■* 

ClOiOH^l- 



CO t-x 



13 £ 

-So" 


lOH 


CO 


o x m r- t- 




xco en-* 


•fl« 


CO t-rH CM CO O 






CO 


in cm ia 


XCO 






ou 


XCO CO rH 


1- 


rH en rH o t~ cm 1 i-i 






en in 




■f in 


o 


CO i-CO CO 1 * 


t- 


r-O) rH t- 


m 


t--*OI-ti00 Ol 


rH^IOHOO) 


CO 




3 £ 


in CM 


or. 




rf 


cox© m 


on 












• a .S5 


XrH 


cn 


"* CMrH rH CO 


CO 


OtOOOl" 


oi 


j- co r- co en cm , t- 




r~ 


m cm 




COCO 


en 


^9> CO CM-i" 








rH rH m © 


i— co t— en co rH 


































^ 






















=: biio 


<* 




<S* 




a* 




«» 




a* 






■3.5 a 



























CO CM X 

CO f- ,o 

XCM rH 



cn in cn x c& 

CO 9 t- rr O) 



cc cm en •* CM CM ■* 



cm en f- rH -* o 

H*OC5H , {-« 

i- r~ cm ^ en -ch 



co •** x o cm co en en © w rn 

rH CM rr t- rH CO I- | Ci t- CM CO 

co THenr^mrHCO'rH oioh 



CM m rH CO -f t- CM I X Tt-CMCM 



<sL 



CO t- 

CMX 



in cm o cm en 



CMrHrH rH 



i en © cm 
t t-h ci c< 



© m © © x i to 

x m o © m co 



t-© XrH rH -H 
rH rH rH CO 



en in © cm cm co 



i- in © en © 



2-3 



38i 



ct 


CO © 
CO © 

en t- 


CO 
CO 
CO 


© co m © x 
en © x © © 

X © CM © "f 


C! 
OS 


© x coen 
© en x r-< 

^r CM © CM 


© 
© 


x co m co © in 
t- c* rr co -r en 

© -<r X © TJ* CO 


-r 

co 


a) co t- co to io 
c: x r^ ~h © en 
C5Vt-COffit- 


X 

CM 


m ■* r-< 

CO ©X 


!> 


© in 

X© 


CM 

en 

8, 


co co cMxin 

© rH CM 


CO 


CO X X •* 
in © m th 


-f 

CM 


X' cm ro en -^ en 

■* rH CO 


X 


X t- rH © rj» en 
© CO CM ^ -^ CO 


CO 


rH © ■* 
■fl" CM CM 

CO 



t~- © X rH © CM 

X CO © t- © © 
rH 1- CM X rH O 



rH XX CO 

St i- r- 
m co en 

ofco'cfrH 



en © c-' t- © oi 
rr r^ m r- -i- r- 

t~ CO ■* 1- CM CM 



t-©rHinmr-i>Ln ococs 
c-.r-t-iOHoi o ©cSen 
tt © en co co © o co f~ © 



© CM COWHrHIO X rH 



||1 



sis 

J-oOO-' 



; -s s S : 

-1 °h o .2 . ■ 

C5 a fci.3 t>> 



DlBTRICTS. 



H |£-3h§ h «S2p«^ 



Son . 
i 2'3.2.2 

'^ f^H O ' 

<v beg 3 cjj 

Cl=fl« g 3 
OfiOr*Hh 



127 



w t- to eooo 
wb:<* ■* ao u> 
iiiic n to o oo 



m t- 

n"m" 



raa^TH if 

K*r-"©4 tsoVf ! in" 

n n if 



>oo ci co 
lift !- c* 



in to to oo 
o to in os 

rlrtH t) 



in © n r— m 
ci i-i in ci oo 

Ort«HiS 



O —I 

-T to" 

TO 00 



00 TO 



-r © os to oni'onow 1 

" to oo I os © m OS -3- 1- i t- 

oo t- os foonHusin 

cs"in"r-" ci" to"t-"t-"to" 



t- to m 

n n cl ; 



OS <N t- to 



SolS 



§ ssiis 



i-i n cico loo 



GO TO O 00 1 

to f- to to 

OSCl Ifln 

in" in" os" oo | 



a n -»" 
©to 00 
t- to if 

c5 in to 



to co in oo n ci «pn 

00 TO n TO O; 00 t-CStO 

m © TO OS TO ) to ClOO 

n" OS" Of H ©" ] O" GO" to" TO" 

© os in co © | if o; © ci 



TO t-1 to iH 00 ! CO 
TO ^ t-O-5* |«D 

TO GO t- OS n to 



os;Os os in I— O t- OS I— 00 1*1 

oo ci os co n to co mooosif 
oi'Ct if m os oo t- to ci if .f 



00 TOCS © 
O Cl t- TO 

in co t- oo 
os" of ci" n" I to" in" of os" ! t-" t-" oo" to" to" 



: Cl Cl -i 
i — cm 



-OS |« 

5 o ci In 



TO n i-1 t- to to 



OOt-M> 

t~ tc to © to 

lOCOtOH 

cfti"wtToi 



S to" n" in" os js.^ 

i-l TO OS ! TO *■- GO OS © X 1- 

iH cs cs to m to if ci in co . oo 

if" in" in" ci" if" cfcfcfn'r-' to" 



Jg o to I •* 
gjofiri" in" 

n os u> j t- 
to to" to" oo" 



l- 00 Cl TO 

Cl 00 O Cl 

TO"oo~-f"cT 
f (ECO) 
TOtO TO If 

if C*" if" if" 



n TO n . to ii i-i 



to t- to OS 

n r- tplm 

m"n"if~ cf 
co o ci " 
rH o in 

TO"to"t-" 



•* to 

in in 

oo to 

in co 



O0 if Cl lif 

© r- t™ - 
in i- ! 



if HISIO 

i- cicio 

to" os"co"os" 



w m oo 

SH?S" 



f-osm -* |in 

to in in i 

in"to"oo"o" n" 
co t-osto ci 



& 00 TO if 

to os cj in 



CO © CM OS © rf n 



00 if CI to 
C> rH if TO 
OS OS O) if 

in"if"oo"or 

O-f U" O) 
to O — < OS 

os"ci"to" 



os in oo 
i- ^ o 
os r- if 


iri Cl to 

t-r-to 

lOif 


mat- 



c» m too to 

OS 00 00 25 CI 

os to ci to ]to 
if"in"oo"t-" to" 

OOn if 00 iTO 

os m ci to In 
ci"cf ^-•"ci"jln" 



^- to to 

ICHCli 

^ OS TO 

ii OS TO 

ri TO 



if os oo in -f 
oo in to t- o 



cs to n n oo 
oomiot 



t- n TO O 



in oo ci to 

OS to CI to 



O 'DO - 
TO I' 1 



I CITO ( 



o o oo m ci 



itot- TOintOiin t-of 

3i-t|t- if O if OS VH' 



© Hi to"TO CI ' ii 



■ 2 os r- to 



» n cs t- if iii 



00 CI TO CS 



m to ■ 

TO CS ■ 
TO n i 



to ci to © in oo m n to 
ci ci oo os cs to to ci o 



O TO CI i to 00 t^ OS CS 

>-■: x x . — < to TO tc cs 
CI to tc I to if n TO if 



co n in in tc r~ in r- 
o x to in OS QQ oo O 

O OS TO TO CI O to -1 



o; in to n n in to oo 

TO -f O I CS to CI LO © 
TO CO Cl I n if ii If 



iSSSc 



2 „ 



Cl o 

i o cc I i-i 

i-J I Cl" 



to C! OS TO 
if TO CI n 



CIOfflHO 

to in oo ii oo 

CM TO t- to OS 

CI ii no 



■f to O 

00 CI OS 



cs o 25 

CI OS cs 



CS CI o o 



00 TO I TO 
OS>- OS 

If" -f 


8,305 
7,393 
10, 402 

26,100 


2, 476 
5,922 
1, 759 
1,391 
5,691 


OS 

ci 
t- 


TO CI to 

X OS t~ 

m ci o 
TO inn 


TO 
OS 

OS 


t- 00 CI -f n 

Cl CI O TO OS 
CO TO CS n OS 

in "f to if © 

|CI 


CS if o 

o ci L-; 

OS to to 

m t- oo 


c! 


11,739 
1,839 
3,696 
1,024 


00 

ci 

00 


O (M n to 
CI -H 00 1 H 

in t- m | oo 
in to t-" os 

ii [ Cl 


4,414 

2,728 
9,284 
2,303 


8 
r- 

X 



OOCSif -H 

osirtM 

ci t- if t~ 
CI CITO 



sssslss 


if os to 


OS 




^ 


HNJ! 






CO 


00 f CI 


if 




f 




rt 


o in oo oc^ 






1- 






TO -i Cl 












CS TO O TO 
ri 00 t- TO 










.V 


Oto if 


TO t- 00 




il CS 00 rlt- 


OS 


OS if t- 


O 


oo ci m ci 


If 


ri ii O 


TO 


o 


in to oo 


ri 


notsnt 


1 




dtO 00 




OS to if 00 OO 






on 


TO Cl if Cl 


TO 


oo oo r- 




to o m ri 




og to 00 


-if 


TO to "f to' 
to ei to 


r- 








CITO O 


(«) 










I- ri Cl 






-is 


rt b 
























u 
















t& 




«* 




<&» 




-JJ. 






«? 




* 



-3 8 

o ci 
33 



CO 00 


CI 

C) 


4,915 

3,347 

5,012 

13, 274' 


1,308 

2, 736 

612 

507 

1,819 

6, 982~ 


I~- Cin 
cs t- o 

Cl OS OS 
ri ri if 


o 

C! 
Cl 

00 


2,152 
2,688 
4,554 
2, 157 


o 
m 

— < 


O -1 00 

n om 

I- ri Cl 
CO TO Cl 


OS 

o 

OS 


5,346 
843 

1,249 
240 

7, 678~ 


con r- 
to uO to 
O CI t- 

Cl CO o 


00 

o 
to 


1,450 

959 

3,910 

482 


i 

o 



i 3 mI 3 



N b£ci 

«Cs 

HrlM 



a o g » 



S Lfl'J 
S r= ^ O 

§ g,g g o H 

Cl 



? ni 

dog 






go a 






fl ri 

O O Kl -g 
•n ° S 

r^r^pi 



•rjr?l 



CioQ 



c| S-g H 



O.S3-S 

l^r-Hl 






128 



0)0(0!^ ^P CO »o 

CO CO © : O t- CS W 

© Tp © jr-l CM ^r © 

w -^""in" Nr" w"ci"i-M 

CO CO HO CM t- ^ CO 



t-HO a) 



! X' 1.C I O (- rf Of CO CO 



CO T- SO 



irjcoo 

CO ^- © 
O lO E- 



CO P5(MH !D CO t- <N 

co co co © I co © lo £• 
co co ca 10 1 ea -v co co 



^H KiHU) 00 CO © t- 

CO CO CO CM I CO C? © CO 

TjT CO" ©"u0" CO*" — "r-Tt^ 

rf« CO CO CM © CO-^r-t 



•H CO CO^ IH 



CO CO © © 
rH © © © 



© HOM 



CM CM t- w 

00^ © 
© © -* r- 



i> © © 1 © 



GO X CM CM CM T-l 



t-onr* hj* —1 



CM © © O CO 



-r 


- 


M 








(■oeo 








0) H 


C( 





"3 & 

csr-c 



CI CO cm 

cm- co 


t- 

i' 


f- in 00 

X CO co 
CO I— GTJ 




3 


CS 

ri 00 CJ rH 

THCIT CO 


rH 1.-0 CO rH 

rH 10 r- rH 
CM t-rH -rH 


CO CO rH rH rH 
-r r- CS CM. in 
I- CM CO CM O 


CO 
CO 
CO 




CS 


in t- 00 

CO IO 


DO 
CS 


CO CO T» 
in 10 1.0 
O t- t- 


rH 

co 


rH CO CS 1/^ 

m co os 

i- OS CM CS 


CO 0» © . -H 
OOfJt- 
CO HO O CO 


CO O CS CO LO 
01 C. O •* 1- 

co r~ in co cm 


CO 
CO 

cm 


CO 
CO 
CO 


CO COrH 


in 


in ■* co 


CO 


CO CO CM CO 

rH cm 


CM CM CO ; 00 


W rH CO 0! CO 


0- 




;cs 

OS 

~r 



Ms* 

COS ri 
> > CD 



CO rH LO 

in i- in 

rnSS 



rH COCO 

co 00 -r 



O O CO CO 



Stts 

-3.5 3 



i- W t- 

O CM CO 
rH r- CO 


— . 
00 


1.0 0? 05 
x 01 

CO O rH 


CO 
00 


I.O 0* CM 

rH CO O 
Oi^O 


•0 


CO COrH 
l.O OS t- 

CfflH 


m 

CM 

rH 


CM COrH rH 
rH CS rH rH 
CO O CO CM 


O 

8 


CO 




loo 

CO 
CS 


t~ t- l.O 

rr ^r t- 

CO rH CO 


3S 
CO 


I- CS 

CO' X 
COLQ1< 


CO 
ID 
CO 


IO CM CO 
i- 0? c_ 

inoas 



-r 


H-rHLO 
C-. W O 
rH CO CO 


s 


CO rH 00 CO 
CM X CO t- 

CO rH CO CO 


Of 
CM 


CO 

CO 
CO 


10 


**of 


CO 




<=A> 


rH CO 


1/0 

■Xf 




«£ 


^ 


CM 


CO 




CO 

























OC!- 

ou — m 

CO 00 X 

eoV-Teo" 



■CM Jr CX CO 

CO rH CO CO 



CO-* t- 00 



O CO CM 10 o cioaoc. e 
00 como h TPt-r. c c> 
CO CO rH CO rH mi-oci o 



CM CS CO : CO CO rH U0 TH t- 



-w 
























I'O 




T CS rH 




re CO 




CM rj. m 




in cs co 




CM i- O t- 


CO 


CO 


J? 2 


















■»nHio 


cp 




rH CO r. 




CO rH rH 




rH CM CM 




rH CM 




CO CM rH rH 














rt 












|«e- 






m 


co uo 


CD 


t- 01 in 


rH 


CM CO O 


CO 


CS r- OS LO 


O 


t- 


!cM 




not- 


O 






•0 c. 


CO 


C hh in 










joo 


CD 


TH CO © 


CO 


O CO 


CO 


1~ OS CM 


ce- 




CO 


rr CM LO 


CM 








CM CM CO 









-CH — . CO 


re. 


-»(tjr- 





com -1> i> 


10 


in 


Ifr 




CO' 


co co in 


1.0 


CM CO CM 


CO 






rH rHCO' 


O 
































$> 




4& 




<ifc* 




9* 








a* 




cm" 
Lot 

r 








■HHrH ■* 




CO t- CM 






1- 




OS 


CO 




COrH CM 










LO 




... 











t- CS rH 




i- cm uo 


in 


rH CO CO 




CM LO rH 




rH 01 01 CO ] CO 


CS 


CO 










rH CM CO 




rn in cm 


CO 




in 


lot 
























£ 


'CO 



CB .r-J 

£20 



S3 






«p 



SSrl 






1 rVi 






Districts . 



129 



EECAPITULATIQST OF ASSESSMENT, 1871. 



Personal property. 



bHorses 

meat cattle 

miles and asses 

BSheep 

Hogs 

Carriages and -wagons. 
Clocks and watches . . 
|:?ianos 



Number. A T'S e 
value. 




Assessed 
value. 



17 25! $23,986,505 
9 12! 14,094,415 
2, 822, 148 
732, 254 

4, 613, 529 

5, 447, 925 
847, 575 

1, 016, 557 



32 98 
68 

1 57 
18 92 

3 40 
73 09 



Total 7,140,269 $167 01 $54,160,968 

j 

Floods and merchandise 17, 932, 874 

Jankers', brokers' and stock jobbers' property 283, 933 

lanufartured articles 2, 367, 178 

Moneys and credits 14, 751, 835 

r alue of moneys invested in bonds, stock, joint stock companies, etc 1, 799, 795 

pine of shares in the capital stock of State and National Banks 4, 228, 208 

jinenumerated property 20, 163, 400 

Aggregate $115, 688, 191 

Deductions 3,229,997 



Total assessed value of personal property. 



Railroad property. 



•lauds (acres, 58,981 ) 

(own lots (No. 3.957) 

Cain track (4,291 miles, 2,055 feet). 

Iiide track (568 miles, 4,990 feet) 

: lolling stock 

Ither personal property 



(Total assessed value of railroad property. 



Av'ge value 

per acre 
lot & mile. 



$29 10 

438 81 

2, 470 51 

1, 870 70 

1, 368 04 



Assessed 
value. 



$1, 716, 513 
1, 736, 362 

10, 603, 537 
1, 064, 266 
5, 870, 821 
1, 564, 627 



$112, 458, 194 



Heal estate — lands. 



nproved lands 

loprovc jents on lands 



{Total 

Inhnproved lands 



Total. 



.Total assessed value of lands and improvements 
on same 



Number of 
acres. 



24, 249, 080 



9, 855, 377 



34, 104, 457 



Av. value 
per acre. 



Assessed 
value. 



86 02 $146, 067, 093 
1 95 47, 320, 589 



$7 97 !$193, 387, 682 
4 15 ! 40,929,970 



87 i$234, 317, 652 



22, 556, 126 



234, 317, 652 



Real estate — town and city lots. 



jipi'oved town and city lots 

faprovements on town and city lots . 

fcotal . 



(nimproved town and city lots . 
Total 



Total assessed value of town and city lots, and 
improvements on same ' 



Total assessed value of all taxable property. 



Number of 
lots. 



282, 660 



625, 006 



Av. value 
per lot. 



$182 31 
199 16 



$381 47 
65 66 



$208 49 



Assessed 
value. 



$51, 532, 433; 
56,294,923! 



$107, 827, 356 
22, 477, 582 



$130, 304, 938 



130, 304, 938 



$499, 636, 910 



res in cultivation — wheat . 
" corn... 



other field products . 



total acres in cultivation 10 685 020 

L— 15 ~ "" 



2, 035, 537 
6, 262, 963 
2, 387, 120 



130 

No. 24. 

Statement of rates per cent, of addition and deduction, determined by th i 1 

State Board of Equalization, on assessment 1871. 




Personal 
property. 


Railroad 
property. 


Lands. 


Town and cit 1 
lots. 


Counties. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


Add. j 


Deduct. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


Add. 

24 

3 

18 
79 

8 
29 


Deduct | j 

1 
1 
51 

] 



21 

3 ! 

1 



1 
4 

31 

8 
10 

1 

21 

30 


42 
11 

41 

25 



31 





1 

13 
1 


16 
1 

35 

1 
28.J 

1 
11 






14 

36 
31 



36 

11 
3 

12 
9 



31 

8 
10 
37 

16 

44 


29 

21 
20 
16 

31 

16 

26 

29 



7 

13 


26 
10 

20 

5 
19 

2 
11 




8 

5 



55 

27 

26 

3 



47 
85 

8 

29 

11 

10 

7 





20 

1 

27 




20 
55 

7 


15 
17 
27 
13 


32 


10 

32 

30 



43 

48 





13 

17 

5 



27 

58 

4 

42 

i 12 

26 



' 45 

15 

44 

23 



36 

28 

55 

55 

8 



16 

36 

40 

39 






1 

2 

35 

3 

39 
3 

4 




32 













Bond 






61 

3 



3 


27 

20 

3 

18 
17 

8 
29 










24 










8 
29 


Clark 


Clay 










2 
7 

4 
20 
1 


Coles 


7 

4 

20 
1 

15 




15 
31 

8 
10 

4 


38 

33 
7 

24 


16 

5 


7 

4 
20 
1 
9 

20 
9 

7 

15 


13 

30 

32 

9 

7 

40 


Cook 






DeKalb 


DeWitt 






8 

10 






20 

28 

7 



15 


DuPatje 














20 
26 

7 




Ford 






15 







13 





11 
13 








10 





16 






32 
4 
9 

25 












32 






9 










19 








40 

13 



17 

5 



23 

58 






13 
17 

b 

59 

58 







7 

13 
12 

12 
■i 
7 

33 



17 

12 

7 


13 

17 
5 




58 

27 
12 



4 
23 

9 

39 

30 

16 











La Salle 






34 
12 


13 


21 
12 








7 























14 

23 











15 


27 
10 






60 
33 














6" 


o 



16 








16 



34 

63 








52 



Ogle 


11 
















131 
Statement — Continued. 










Counties. 


Personal 
property. 


Railroad 
property. 


Lands. 


Town and city 
lots. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


Add. 


Deduct. 


Adjl. 


Deduct. 




13 


11 

7 



11 

30 



61 
11 


21 



36 
12 
18 


15 

15 

27 

10 





26 



4 



3 



38 

5 



34 

26 

8 




13 






24 











30 


16 


Piatt 




15 





16 


Pike 











9 
5 

16 



10 


Pope 






21 


Pulaski 




56 

6 
10 
61 

9 


23 



3 


31 






22 



25 











39 




61 






3 
20 
7 
5 
5 


61 






1 




3 








10 


Scott 


2 

36 

12 
5 


5 
9 


10 
5 
14 

28 

8 

10 
79 
12 

49 



7 




Shelby 


5 

6 



51 

8 




Stark 




St. Clair 


11 





12 


12 

5 



28 

8 

8 
5 

60 


45 

25 










36 






12 


"Wabash 




15 




4 

18 
19 










21 

5 
4 


19 
6 

45 


44 

7 




White 


21 




33 




Will 


5 


Williamson 









42 

7 


6 






7 









132 



co co r- H^tccjcc 

T C v . (Jl »- O 05 "V H 



HHt-T-fJOOOOCH . . 

01 CO ©I CO OS OS t- lO CS CS CO X OS C CI X O C O © CJ X' 7> ».o t- 



i t- ^ o: go h o 



ih -r ©' © 7 m o" i o" co" x" co" co" ©~ cs" > .o" — " ~* ©f 
lo t- — r- c go oi co t- x co cs ~ -r ci co *.- 



lOOOUlXOrrcioi O ?h 



IrldOliHrtOlT 



co © co •* oi -r 

© - .» X © CO O 
00 Cs CO CO t~ CO 

CCT hh~ — ~ rM 00 i O 
© ~ 7' »-0 X t- 

CO © © t- ©I CO 

r-Tr-reocfeoT-r 



t- CO t- CO t- 00 

ocu 

ro o c 

in os oT co" i-f of 

© — c. -o — i~- 

O C iO r, O 5J 

©ico"©fc©"co"©f 



r- co c-3 

r- o os 

os cs ©i 

co* i-" loT 



^•POCIOM-CO 



! m o co os o m r- 



CO © CS C© CS X 00 CO O 'X 1.0 r.t-if)'. _ . .. 

t- ©i i- -x rr t- *-* ci co ^ ^ ©t x 0? t- -* ©* 



CO O X f CI O -* Oi >-© m o o 
CO CO CO CO CO v ■ 



_ _ .■ © X CO Tf* CO t- ^ LO t- 

h O W 00 J- t t— © ©4 ^h CO 



CO t- i-O ©I CS O TJ* o t- 
-T O X CO — — to CO t- 

CDffdHTftOCriO 

OfTM-n'of r-T ©fi-T 



©OICO£--©Tr©lX 
l-T t-T ©f T-T Of iH ©f th" 



iC C. T C. X i~. 

■** m r- © x -o 

ri H O in « Q 

t-T i-T co" of co" t-T 



f ' v_ — -h 00 00 CO l— 



O CO ©i >n i 
" ""; o i-H <__ __ 
3 co r- co ■* 

i—" of of co" of of 



1* OS OI ~f ^h CO CO CO t 1 CO ©I 01 -* I )"1<C 

co i- 7? t- — — x oi co cs O '.0 l- i- o; x © 

cs 7i -r co x — . x ao r~ oo oo ©i en oo t-h t* m 



^ x. rn © ■-. ! 7" 



cs -n 0? CO f- OS 
-"' ~ CS CO O) CO 

■^ i- £•• H GO H 



i — * co cs .-o — < ci cs co 

X -J j X ~r ~r 7M- © ~T 

7> 7 i ro x © co ©i m co 



O i.O »-0 CO -r -co *r CO co :o CO X — 01 

r0 X i J- 0/ <0 — CS X -r i- f C O 

t^CCHfi-lt-(NH CO i^ t" OO CS H 



•-H CO 00 CO 

onecw_ _ 

CO O t- 1> CS rf 



o go. mo 



9 £ 

s-3 



co x — co io ■* r- o o o t- <h <* — i Oi -t -r 



V- CO t- ^h 00 f - 



j t- CO cs CS 1 x • 



CS CO J CO i.O CO O O t- 00 CO o» OS CO CO tp CO 



— I CO t-i {- 0^ 00 OWHl 



[ i- -^ oi os cs o o h -* cs c. r — r co 



« mh t» o in h « 



f co o co »n m co os t- o ^ « o « t- « h 



i 3d ice o -*■ 



-^ i-( 00 CO CO o 

-H CO T-H t- -, t .X' 

GO 1 CO 'X "* I- OS) 

x" co" of -*" t-T oi 

CO T — LO CO I-. 

t> i— m ^ o. o^ 



t- M O t- CI -H o O 



■I CO t-H CO cc o 

tH r^ ■*" i-" m" o" 



TOO 
7J CO O 

CO CO ^ 

CO"t-h"c0 



II 


05H(Ot«WOHCOt- 

coococooooscoi'- 

OCOOWQODSt- 


ffi « O m r)< h CS O 

t- o m o -T- co x o 

r-i Oi CO C~. OS O Ot t- 


m — 1 1- >n m x 

"*" OJ CO CO i> t- 


X CO OS CO CO t-H 

so i.o :o -r co x 

CS l- CS CO t-H CO 


OI T-l 

xm 

o m 


oi in m 

CO co o 
X CO CO 


crcs 
O s 

H- 1 


^ciHOhc:coo 

OS CO OS O 0J t' 0J T o 
00 tH tI OI 01 


t c o c. o t- m go 

to CO CI t- O th o .-< 
rtCN r-HrtH 


O CO 1- t- i-t X 

■^ 0? I.O CO "* T 


co cs m i~~ t-h t-h 

CO .X -F 0) t' Ot 
OI 07^ 04 t- Ol CM 


CO -& 
0>cs 

of of 


t- CO Os 

t- OI T-H 

-^ CO 


a a 
a © 


cs tcir, in t c ..* o 

00 CO O CO 7-' : o {- iO CS 

muicjcvHOO oi 

of co" co" of cs" co" m" co" *-* 

co *t cs t-h :o os f >n lO 

CO 0? OICO CO 


•vcoco-^cortwo 
in inhfooooo »n 
co co in co zt t-h o* oj 

o -* C* i-T i> of i-~ cT 

rlHOt 0* i-t 0"tH 


t- os m m r- m 

1.0 X 1- 10 i.O T 
■* CO' CO CO t- CO 

or c^ i-" r-*" t-h co" 

rh oi 'O co -f o 

*3* t— t L0 Ol 


-H OS CO CO OS o 

cs rexc.-r ti 
co" t-" co" Tf" x" co" 

-r -- i.O C7 -• 7' 
OI Qi 04 t- 01 CJ 


C" CO 

>n oi" 

X — i 

coco 
of of 


co x m 
© t- o 
© t- © 

©~lo"oT 

TJ* CO) 



-# -tf OS t? CO 



os >n o 
i.O — oi 
r- x -^ 

T-Tcicgl 



cocxjco xi* ©©>n 
© os r- co ^ o m t-h t-h t- r-t 

t-T t-T i— " t-T t-T t-h" i—" t-T t-T t-T co" to" of ©f 



£ ? 














• « 

• CO 

• o" 
' o 

:** 






O 00 -* 
O CO o 
TT. 00 TO 

cTooco 

O 00 o 


rH O 

tots 

oo o 




c. o 

CO f>! 
t- to 




118, 169 

109, 452 
163, 633 
120,359 
123, 188 
113,381 

1, 067, 179 
812, 800 

110, 578 




to 
09 

1 


cS ci 

^^ 

O <P 

EH » 














■ >o 
• 1- 

' ic" 






O -3" O 

^f i.o o 
to o oo 

t- i^ cr. 


CO o 
w o 

r-Tef 

on = 




-* 00 

00 CI 

r-l O 

iraao" 

C2 ■ 




102, 756 
124, 377 
148, 757 
104, 660 
79, 476 
73, 149 

796, 402 
560, 552 

74, 715 


1 

Si 
i- 



CT C5 



to i.o rH t^ oi r- -r ti. io ^ co 



i.O O '-O to c o. to -* o 

to 0( CO 0( — 'XJ './ — JJ X O O '— 



to tl LO -? O LO — . LO 

0! to 1- i- CO to O — I 

00~ 1-" T-T to" CO tj." o" **" 
00 O O CO to 10 CO TC 

0! CO to to to CO IO TJ. 



00 N 00 'X CT> OO 

/. -i :o co i- ~ . co — oi x ^ -r 

CO O 01 1.0 CI 00 



CO CO LO t' 00 ** 



r- 00 co i.o to l~ 
CO — 01 X c *r 
t- t^ U0 C2 C5 00 

aaiMi-Ti-Tiosi 

i^ — 01 to — 10 

co o Tt< cr. I- ^j. 



C to rH 



tO r- 110 

■O -T 01 

coo-* 

afcTcf 
rHor- 

tO (M t~ 



tO CH- " C. CI C O Ci 

CiTH- X -r to to CO 
.— CC. to to rr" OI O .j CO 

— " -!"' ot of oo" i.o'c" cT LO~ 
t- — — o> cc oi -o CO — c 

rcocoxcoco^-it-co 



co o ^h cc. (^ oi — * o » to oo e 



oi co -r oi 

,JOHO^_. 

CS (N 00 X CM m 01 to 

r io" co" c7 xT oT t-" i-* 



t-l- MOH03CSO 



X CO CO 01 01 01 



I C7I OI CO o 

. 1 ^H 1- O O 
) CO OI X I- CO 



^rtrthOO to CO i- to OI 



! C! i-i "0 to 



i- oi c: to to to ; 



: X i ~ to O to 



■=& 



•U. CO to I.O T- IO to TJ. CO CO t- X 00 TT" r}i TO T O LO to 



O to OHC1 



Districts. . . 






Sic 






iA2 C ° "V 



c ^c-3 ^ 






> 3 O 

o'efl 
is -h a. 



133 



t- *> © rh co © co co r- -fl* -^ rH t- 01 oo co o © co uo « o o 't o; *>• c* to t* co co co -* t* © 






OLIf dJOCO GO CI I"- CI 01 CO © 



t-i :o © co o — * oj o h co « n 



t- h lo ,-o x © co o o 01 a cm t-- © -* © co 

co" of ccT cf i-T co" co" o-" ©" of co" r-** co cf -r of r-" co" of to" co" ps o" th" lo~ t-" ©" cf t-" oo of ph of i-h" ■*" 

lO O CO COHHCT (MOOT 

VGO © © ^ CO t- © IO 

to" us to" in of -*" V co co" t-" 



cooaoi-co cd i 



CI -^ L- "^ O IO CO CO t* tO lO -^ CO CO © 0* t t~- CO C* " 

Gfrit-iT-*oi~& TjTcfto"co"irf cf cfcfofofio" ©"uo": 



©* co co t- o co to t^ « i- 



f> © i> i-H 



© -?■ © co © © ci co i— ci -* 10 cm ^ rn * 



(i-( OHOhCO CO rH © OOht-N 



i.O CO © CI O CI 01 CO 



O CI O O "tf .'JO lO O O 1(0 
CI CO CO CI tTlirt^HH 

t-~ co*" -*" -**" i-T i-T r-T t4 of no" 



* O CO CO 1- CO CO IO © O CI 



; co co co co © cj i- i 



Ci -* i.O CO Tt< O 

tjT co" to" *>■" ■**"" cf 



GO CC © O t- 
OCfCf^r-Tlrf" 



© CO — I t- cp © © to 



— < CO © t- CO © © CO 



CI CO © 01 Oirtl 



rf CO © © © © (01 



© Tf" CI O CO -- 1 rH i-H CO©CO^ i-H © LO 

cf c f of rH t-~ co" ©" to" ^f" Cf •"*" rp" CO ©" t-~ 



> © © CO "3« © -T- © rH © © l- I— 1-0 © CO IO CI rcti' ©-^TC 



CO CI © © © CI t- 01 CI CO 

■■./:■ © i.o © ) o t' © Tf co co 

t* © lO © © CO © Ol "f t- COCO©©COCO CO ©©©I- IO t— © 



) o © tf © i— © tr: © lo i.O ro f C( © Of o> 



coco©co © © o* -h -^ 00 © r- co t- © © co © *o © © 



ci co rtin^i" 



CO iO © UO © © C 



CO *7< r- © CO 



i> Ol 1> X 1 T i-h ■** CI r-i 



-PI--© 

10 CO {- 

© to O 

r-T CO** 



:«>*■* GO <* ■ 



i-l CO 



rH lO t- CO t 1 - CO CO 



© © © rH © t- © r- rHQ&CO 



) t- l~- ^ i-H ' 



CI©© LO rH •"?■ IO "f t- CI 



CO CO © •*< 



CD- tr t-lCM CO O 



> CI LO LO Ol ITS CO CO © © CO lO Ol CO Ol CO © t- i-H © © •* LO- 



CO CO CO — i ^H © ^H © C- C* i-( © lO -rt* rfj i.O CO CD -*• irO © CO lO © 1— © 1* OF 01 CI CO © CO m i-H C 



i^CiHt- ir- -»t* © 1- CI c 



rH *^ CO "^ r-l 



t- co t-©© c 



h -^ n h o o 



IH CO GO © lO *•* r- CO I- I— © © t- © — t ( 



IO I- CO t- © CO i-H i— Ol ^1 



; © ci iq © © co 

cot-"©*"©" ©"10"©" 

coco©© co-^o 

01 CO i-H rH © Ol©© "^rHCO^ CO CO Ol 



{- CO i- Ol CO Ci *rt* CO 



10 f © © ir: m cs mo t 

© CO © >-f I- r» ~H »/0 CO © 
1O-PC0CO CO CO lO LO tP CO 



tH^^^Oi H iO rp O t HCOh CO CO © CO © t--irO-^ © «>• © rH 



CO. © OS Ol © 

I.O 1(3 © © i-4 T-4 r-4 t- 



T-H i-l © © I- © © © CO t- 01 Ol I- rO C, CO © C- CO LO © i-H © 



o h co ^ ro t- co © co © © o 

©1-©10 CO©©©©© CO i-3©©©© co©c 

"J 1 " Of CO" Of r-f i-T 1-4" rH" i-T CO" Cf 1-4" V CO" ■* rH ©" r-T — T rH CO" CO" CO" 0" th" t-4~ t-T i 



rO© r-©© !■• CC i> r|* CD 

l^wci t t- O O J 



- ,-" © © 1-1 1/0 CO i-H ^H -^ © 

©©UOLOCO ©01© CO t- JCO, © 

co"i.o"co" 1-4" of ©"cxTir-'" i-Ttp"co"co*" ©cbTi-T 



.j-hCO 1-hcoco© 1- r: on 

T-Ht--^ 00 © © t- ^f©t- 

^ co" ofi-Tofof of 50 CO 



lO©fO-t< ©OCO-fOlI' CICSiO©^© COCO©"^4CI ^©© OHH-tO CO©© ©t-©co 
© CD © © -r OMO © © ci © © © 1- f CO CD — i- CO © 00 © CO CO IO © © CO © t-h CO — < i-l T © 



© 1* © ci ^r co 



■D CO L--; 70 X © 



©©© -* ■* CM © © MOh to t-- CO 50 rnOICI 



■V i-t © t-00 GO 



Ol ^ 01 c* 01 



) CI © 01 i-O -t* C! © LO T 01 © O CO — < CO CD CD © 01 rH © t-h t~* © -tK^i/; 



i {, !X) -H *-l 0O r-i © 00 ** 



©COCOri* ©©©COCI"^ CI1-1OI1.OC 



t- © 1-H © ' 



l -f CO i-l IO rH CI t 



CO 4>- © GO Ol t _ . . . .. _ 

r}H©L- t-iCCOGO© Oil-© 00 CO CO W rH-^t- 

Cfco"iro" rH"rH~rH*" TjT rjT CO" Ofr^ofQi QiCOCO 



GO O 
Si rH 


tO 00 rH 
C3 UJO ■* 


00 • 

" 


t- t-t- 

rH •* 

^ in ai 


GO 


H i.O tiO to 

■* t-c-. to 

-h en rr 


tM CO f- rH to 

CJ rH to t^ If3 
nr tO CO rr ir- 


t- CO LO 
CO T 'O 

rr en 1- 


OKHhO 
O rH I— IO O 
tO at t- tO rH 


cn co to 
s-i f- cn 
■* c* to 


en rr -r co 

rH C- rr CM 
rH LO COCO 


IO O IO 

tO rr CO 
00 rH IO 


O O 

at 
at at 


(Mooon 

O rr 1 CO O 
CO (M CTrH 


(N 1 


ata, co 
to en to 


CO 

rH 


IMOtOrJ 
tO GO t- rH 
(H rH 


C0 rr CO O O 

rH at at ex co 

C» rH si 


t- CO rH 

t- so en 
01 ■>* 


go rr rH io en 

HOdOICD 
TH at r-i rH rH 


rH rH f 

r^ ai to 

-* at 10 


to rr en t- 
t^ to »o to 
■* at atat 


rH O lO 

co en 

rH rH irj 


ton 

CO CJ 
TH O 


owns 
-H c» .x to 

CO O CO IO 


t- 1 

• 

10 . 


tooo 

rH to CO 
O rH CO 


GO 


00 CO GO tO 

ir: 10 f- ^ 

U0 tO tO rH 


GO O lO GO O 

en 00 en rr 

GO CO CO rH rH 


00 CO -* 
oco t- 
to t- CO 


tO "tr'"H C0r* 
rH tO 1- P» CO 

O 1- tr f r) 


00 CO 
00 to t~ 

cn to 


aoattoat 

O Cn O rH 
CO t-rH O 


to CO IO 
rr GO CO 

tO rH LO 


in 
rH at 


at rH'co GO 
O rH rH O) 
CO <T» !TJ 


CO • 

05 • 


at t-co 

10 t- cs 


O 
CO 


10 m co 

1-OH5H 
CfJ G-J 


CM en en t* co 

CO rH Cn rH 00 
t- rH 


to CO 
ir: th co 

CTJrH rj. 


to 00 rH en en 
1- c?J en to 

rH rH CO 


GO t- O 

rH O CO 


O t- O lr» 

iO CO TH CO 
CO CM OtGS 


en to 10 

O OJO 
rH -* LO 



icooirt<oo©i>- iococo©i-oi Tf*OHHin rnirs© ©ic-rrioio ©©01 m©i/o© ©coco 



co©©© © n* 10 © co t- 



r-^ 'Hh -J-, jyj ^_( to © OS ** ** IO ©C 



^'J'Oi- -^©©r-HCO© CI©^C-^CICO ©X)CO©CO C(©© 



Ol © lO © 01 O Ol CO COi>\ .. 

Ol i-t © r- *>• © O rH Ol © GO © © © t- 



©©©© ©rH 1(0 rH I.O Ol H H O O (5 CO 

©'CO 1 4tT © © LO -T 1 © CO rH 



t-^l-t-© HIT}- rH©t-L0CI GO©© OOOI©© ©rHrH 

ic-vcomiio Tj-oico couo©©© ©©1- 00 Tj4 « s~ 



rfTr-^-^j>© OI©COC^COCO Tf4fu0iO0l COO!© "'PT'tOCOirO ©CO"*** T-H1T5©C0 t-t>-© 
-4*" r4 tH" Ci rH~ 1—" r-4" CO~ i-H*" t-T i-H*" t-T rH~ i-T rH*" rH of 



t^lO COOCOir- rH©Olt~-©© (>**rHC0r-OI rt4r-l-^r©-^4 ©OCO ©liO^OHO ©©t}4 00©©GO ©©CO 

■^00 C0©LOC0 01 Ol © iO -CO CO ffi OJ H O « h © CO 01 O CO COOTf i-4-^LO©OI OI©CO r- Ol © Ot ©OTt4 

GO tt« Tf IO © U0 l> © GO Ol © IO CO *-**©© *■* t- © t- CO — 4 i-H © rH Tf4 j-i IQ © I- t- Ol © ^ © i> © © H t' t- 

~co"cf rjTof i>"io"of Goofed" of 00" t-*""©" cfinr* 

© ■"** © rH © © © rH GO CO ■** t- © O ©©© 

■ ~ o ia co 00 uo 01 o co t- © © 01 mno 



©©©"* C0-^CO©©iO t-li0©©OrH Olt-CD©rf 

©rji©^ COrHOl©t-OI ©rHt-t-CIUO COt ^r-f 

©t-©Ot COTti^TjiiOH rH©C0rH©C0 U0©U0'VrH 

r-T f-T t-4*" r-f rHOfrH*" of T-T 



rH GO © 

01^© 

rHrHCI 



4r-t rH Ol 



<o,2 k 



Oc>} 



Set? jQ-^i 

Cti O 






Hhsc 



r« « 

3 so 

r5'* 



5«2 ' 

mS S ? r-; ^;t>* 3 '3 



'SS^ ^tes-gg £p§) 

^-a "co^^os £».55J3 nog 

OP^ OfiOr-flr^ ^0!^% Hr-)cg 

Oi O rH 






: '3 

to tin's 

h r^ o 

"C.rg :cs 



3 o 
o « 

rt tH _ 



d a • 

* a fl 



134 





II 


174 
614 
059 
012 


CO COrH 
© O 01 
C! O 31 


c ■* CI CO 

T CI r- rH 

■rj- r- go o 


o Cl CO 
GO CO r 
CI CD 00 


OO CM 

CO 01 -H 

© CO © 


(N O CO 
rH rH O 
© © CI 


t- © CO 

© Cl o 

© O i-i 


CO (N 17- CO 

rH © rH Cl 
C! — C! Cl 


CO 

© 
© 


CO 


M 
W 

O 

M 


OhnH 
no o o t- 

O IH CM rH 

©"of CO"hh" 


CO CO CO 

oi-cn 
00 © t- 
co"©"rn~ 


CI CI lO i- 

OTCOO 
rp 00 GO O 

co"ci"co"cf 


CO O CO 

Oi CO CO 

ocol; 

C0"0O"rJ>" 


rH O GO 
© O O 
r-i 1- CO 
©~rH L rf 


CO rH CI 
O CO c~ 

© © I- 

©"©"rH" 


00 rH t- 

© © rH 

oo :o ci 
cf co"o" 


© t- CO © 
rH rH O t- 
O rH o © 

©"cfrHCl" 


CO 
CO 
Cl 

©" 

© 

© 

© 


© 

© 

o" 
o 
o 

© 
© 


Ph 

<! 
H 
O 

H 




00 ■* oto 

© © © rji 


© ooo 
t- t- o 

OS *"• ^ 


CI O CO CO 

CO- 00 00 CO 
CI CO CI CO 


(N CO CI 
CI i- CO 

O O CO 


r-iOCO 

CO © © 
CO 1^ CO 


o © © 

— Lj 71 

Hil-I 


— 1.0 GO 
rH O t- 
CI t- <* 


GO 00 -H -H 
rH rH © C! 
t- CI CO Cl 


O rH GO © 

OOrtO 


OCT© 
t- I~ © 

IOH11 


GO rH -J1 00 
CI O CI CO 


O t~ GO 

CO * HH 

CO © o 


CO CO rH 
O l.O O 

© t- c- 


rH GO © 

i.o o :■: 
t~- © CM 


GO Cl © 
CO rH rn 
CO O © 


© © ©00 

Cl © © rH 

© t- O CO 


CO 
CO 
<N 


© 

CO 

© 


© Cl CO 


CO CO t- 


d CI t~ c» 


COCO rH 


O CO CO 


© CO CM 


C! CJ CO 


OrH CO Cl 


o 

o 


© 


en 


3 J- 
|l 


OC5BC1 
© CD -H I— 
Cl rH GO t- 


O 00 CO 
10 1.0 C! 

OJ-TH 


CO t- 00 CO 

00 O GO rH 

O T o o 


CO rH CO 

CO 10 — 


© 00 (N 

rH rH © 
CM © CO 


© © o 

© -T -H 
Cl © rH 


© O CO 
O rH Cl 
GO 00© 


CO O Cl rH 

© t- 1-H -TH 

Cl i-h CO 01 


© 
© 


O 


O 
hi 

H 

o 


rH CO rH CO 
CO -H c- 00 

co" 


O CO C! 
O c- CO 

CO O rH 

cf 


rr C-- CI O 
CO Q0 ^i lO 
O CO i-H rH 


rifCp 

CO 1- CO 

cf 


rH CI O 
© rH r- 
O © l- 


ci ir- co 

© © 00 
O t- rH 


O WrH 
CO © t- 


J- o © © 

rH Cl Cl l~ 

Cl Cl •* CO 


GO 

CO 

© 

1-" 

© 


rH 

© 

cd" 

Cl 


Q 
<! 


31 

_ i> 

o ° 


co t- o t- 

cr. oo © o 

Cl O CO i-i 


coco t- 

CO rH T 
CO © "H 


rH 00 CO rp 
00 CO CO C- 
rr 00 L'2 CO 


t- i.o r- 

O CI CO 
rH rH © 


O Cl © 
CD C! O 

© © T-H 


O CI C! 

-H CO © 
O I- © 


GO CO -rH 
O © ^- 

© Cl T-H 


Cl COrH rf. 
— © -H rj. 
CO O O Cl 


© 

CO 

© 


CO 
CO 

© 


O 

H 


-H o CO 00 
CO (NO CO 

liHI- 

CO" 


t- Cl© 
Cl rH rH 
CO O CO 


CO CI (Cft CO 
O rH o -* 
rj- CO CM rH 


t- t- o 

rH rn t- 

CO rf CO 

cf 


(r. CO © 

© © CO 

© O rH 


O Cl CO 
t- Cl © 

O © 00 


-H rH O 
© O © 
T-H CO © 


© rH t»© 

CI 00 CO t- 

C0 rH CO CO 


00 

© 
© 


rH 
© 
CO 

©" 
CO 




"3 2 
S*1 

■6 CD 


I- CO *- CO 

CO O O CO 
00 rr Ci rH 


CO t- c* 

TiOTi 
O CIOO 


rH CO O CO 
rH 00 CO rH 
LITOI" 


CI rH rH 

■rH rH -H 

r}. CO © 


COCO rH 
GO © d 
© CO 00 


© GO ou 
© © !~ 
CO CI CO 


.. . i- © 
© © £- 
O c: O 


Cl rH CO © 

O Cl fr Cl 


o 

© 

cr 

CO 
CO 


o 

CM 

o" 

© 

CN 




O CO © TH 
*•* CO (N CO 
i- CO t- t- 


CO 00 rH 

00 CO o 

CO CO CD 


cn co o co 
t- co r- cs 

o o o o 


rf i- lO 

© O © 
O O © 


© I- GO 
© O O 

© 00 00 


<N CO 00 
CO CO © 
CO rr r- 


© O -* 
t- O CO 
© t-© 


rH © © rH 
© O rH © 
CO CIO © 


CO 


'A 
< 
hi 




CI -*> o 


CI 1-H CO rH 


rn CO CO 


CO <N C» 


■»J"* r-1 


r(TH CI 


Cl rH Cl rH 


Ol 




CD CD 

CIS c3 

I'd 
o ° 


CO O CO Cl 
00 CM 00 CO 


CO t- CI 

m oo © 

HOO 


o coo o 

CO rH C- CO 

c: co o in 


CO rH rH 
© -H © 
CI © CI 


CO i-H CO 
lO © O 

■rH rr © 


rH rH CO 

CO GO O 
i-H ©CO 


© CO © 
CO rr -H 
CO © CI 


© rH © CO 
© t- CO © 
© CM O O 


rt! 
O 
© 


Cl 

o 

© 




(N eft co co 

—1 CO O CO 
© Cl GO © 

CO rl i-H 


C- 00 CO 
CI CO CO 

CI rH 1- 

(N T«. CO 


t- COG® £- 

t- GO C- rH 
t- CO rH O 

HHVH 


O t- O 

CO O i- 

<N CO CJ 


CI rH rH 
O © I— 

© CO © 

TH CI rH 


© © -H 
© GO CO 
<N © O 


CO © CI 
Ol l.O © 
rH Cl CI 

1-H T-H <N 


r- ^v © © 

Cl 00 © o 

© © O CO 

Cl CN-H 


Cl 

CO 
CO 

© 


t- 

<N 

r* 
CO 
Cl 

m 


(H 

H 
M 
H 

o 
a 
h< 


is 

cat; 


Cl © © l- 

O CI 00 o 
(SfHO 


T-H rH O) 
1-H O rH. 

oof 


-H rH O OS 

rH f CO rH 
rH CO CI rH 


OCM CO 

rH O rH 
© CO -J" 


1.0 © 71 

(N CO CO 

rCrtCO 


i- X © 
O t- CO 
I- O CO 


t- © t- 

CO © CI 
rH O O 


CO -H CO © 

CO CO GO O 

I- T-H © O 


CO 
CM 


Cl 

TH 

© 


© Cl CO 00 
CI CI CO CO 
t-rl Cl 


OOC3 

00 I- Cl 

CTO 


CO -* f~. 00 

OO t- CO rH 
rH rH C» 


rH O ■* 
© O 1- 
CI© rH 


© O © 
CO 0» 0! 
rH CM © 


(N CO CO 
© GO 00 
CO COrr 


© rH •* 
1-H 00 

(N i-l 


rH © rH CO 
© CO © GO 
rr CNOi-i 


00 

cf 


© 

O 

o" 

©^ 
Cl 


Q 

<! 

o 
« 

•J 

hi 


CO P 

o ® 


rH © O ""H 
it- Ol CO © 
00 TH © rH 


O C» O 
(N t- O 
(N O O 


CI ■* -rH rH 
OCOf-CO 
CD CI CI t- 


© CO © 
CT GO OO 
CI © © 


© Cl O 

© CO rH 

CO O 00 


© l.O rH 

GO rH © 
O © O 


<N © © 

CO © i.O 
© © -HH 


00 CN ©Cl 

-H CO rH CO 
© © © O 


CO 
<N 


HHrtO 
CO (N CO CO 
CO rH i-l 


00 rf O 

CI CO 


CO re o t- 

t- O CO o 

i-H rn CM 


I- -H (N 

rH CO t- 
CO O rH 


© QOt- 
© O <N 
rH rH rH 


(N © © 
C-OT 

© n> ci 


I- TH © 

th -rH 


O O rr rH 
Cl 00 © t* 
CO rH COrH 


00 

© 
cm" 


© 
o 

o 

cf 


« 
Ed 

O 

Ph 


1§ 

® i> 

l-s 
og 


© © ©© 

«]H»0 
CO © rH CO 


rH (N CM 

ooo 
© r~ o 


<N CO rJ>CO 

nocio 

I- T rH CO) 


l-O l.O 00 
GO © © 
O © © 


t- 00 rH 

GO i-H Cl 
O i-H rH 


CO © o 
Cl Cl o 
CI o o 


O © rH 
rH © t- 

CO 00 00 


O © © © 
CO O t~ © 
00 OO OrH 


CI 

o 


© 
o 


CO CO -H -H 
rH O t- i-H 
rH O t- CO 

ci" 


CO — i CO 
© O GO 

rHi-Tcf 


CI t- C: rP 

Ci rH CM rT 

tr f- CO O 


© © rH 
Cl rH © 
O t- © 


O 1^ © 

00 © rr 


© _ CO 
CO O CO 
CO CO o 


Cl rH Cl 
t- rH O 

I~- 1-H CO 


GO lO © 00 
rH © CO l.O 

© t- o t- 


rH 

CO 

© 
CM 


© 

CO 


■< 

o 

CO 

a 
w 
Ph 


CO . 

CD CD 

31 

'a* 

H m 


00 Cl © CO 
I- CO CM CO 
t-> ClrH O 


CI O -ft 

C~ Ol-H 

CI CD-* 


OlOt-O 

rr o co co 
inoTO 


CO rH 00 
O CI — 1 
GO © O 


CO © i-H 
rH © GO 
© i> CI 


rH 00 rH 
© Cl CO 
CO TP 00 


O rH O 

CO rH © 
00 CO © 


© CM CO O 
GO Cl GO O 
Cl rH CCj 00 


<N 

O 


■* 

© 


CO l- CO OO 
© CI I- o 
00OCO (N 


© rH CO 

rH O CO: 
© CI CO 


r- -r o go 

t- COCO: rH 

coco CO o 


OOO 
© rH © 
O O © 


O l- i.O 
CO CI t- 
i-i t- 00 


r- © t- 

© rH o 
Cl o © 

^ i-Tcf 


Cl© © 
Cl CO © 
© © 00 


rH 00©© 

iont-r- 
co ■»* r- th 


•HH 
TTH 

CO 

o" 

<N 


00 

o 

TH 

of 






- — . 

,0 CO J) 



ci^-j 



C« rr* - 
Ch 0i CD K* *, r 4 r- CD — 



p.5hS 

5 _ © 



:** r-i .v i-=( 



Districts. 



£5 ££ Ma gsg^ &*£ ££& £ §M 



135 



No. 26. — Statement of the Property re-assessed for State Taxation in the 
County of Coolc, for the year 1871, and. of the number of acres culti- 
vated in said county in 1870. 



Personal Property. 



Horses 

Neat cattle 

Mules and asses 

Sheep 

Hogs 

Carriages and wagons 

Clocks and watches 

Pianos 



21, 113 
37, 033 

284 
7,673 
15, 038 
8,492 
5,936 
2,796 



Total. 



Average 
value. 



$30 78 

7 63 

32 73 

84 

1 60 

22 53 

5 62 

79 38 



$181 11 



Goods and merchandize 

Bankers', brokers' and stock jobbers' property 

Manufactured articles 

Moneys and credits 

Value of moneys invested in bonds, stocks, joint stock companies, etc. 
Value of shares in the capital stock of State and National Banks, 

Boats, vessels 

Unenumerated property 



Aggregate . 
Deductions. 



Total assessed value of personal property. 



Assessed 



|649, 769 

287, 219 

9, 294 

6,463 

24, 085 

191, 288 

33, 369 

221, 954 



Railroad Property. 



Schedule A — Lands, acres, 2, 666 

A — Town lots, number, 1, 915 

B— Main track, 210 miles, 2, 065 feet 

B— Side track, 118 miles, 3, 319 feet 

D— Rolling stock 

C — Other personal property 

B — Fixed and stationary personal property. 



Total assessed value of railroad property. 



Av'ge value 
per acre, lot 
and mile. 



$73 05 
682 64 
2, 354 40 
1, 547 56 
1,371 12 
420 89 
1, 705 46 



value. 



$194, 750 
1, 307, 264 
495, 403 
183, 604 
288, 536 
88, 807 
359, 853 



Real Estate — Lands. 



Improved lands 408 775 

Improvements on lands 



No. of Av'ge value 
acres. per acre. 



Total. 



Unimproved lands. 
Total 



Total assessed value of lands and improvements on 
same 



125, 159 



533, 934 



$9 68 
2 53 



12 21 

38 54 



18 38 



Assessed 
value. 



|3, 955, 475 
1, 033, 958 



$4, 989, 433 
4, 823, 039 



9, 812, 472 



Real Estate — Town and City Lots. 



Improved town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city lots. 



Total. 



No. of 

lots. 



Unimproved town and city lots I 129, 118 



Total I 173, 449 

Total assessed value of town and city lots and im-j 

provements on same I 



Total assessed value of all taxable property. 



Av'ge value 
per lot. 



$662 89 
406 45 



1,069 34 
117 95 



Assessed 
value. 



$29, 386, 885 
18, 018, 444 



$47, 405, 329 
15, 229, 510 



$361 00' $62,634,839 



Acres in cultivation— Wheat, 10, 297 ; Corn, 38, 837 ; other field products, 60, 149. 



$1, 423, 441 

6, 947, 540 

42, 033 

183, 265 

998, 018 

2, 890, 620 

192, 530 
5, 916, 938 



3, 594, 385 
23, 873 



$18, 570, 512 



2, 918, 217 



9, 812, 472 



62, 634, 839 



$93, 936, 040 



136 



No. 27 

Statement of rates per cent, of deduction determined oy the State Board 
of Equalization on re-assessment of Coolc comity, for the year 1871, 
tvith assessed and equalized valuations. 



Class of property in Cook County. 



Personal property. 
Railroad property. 

Lands 

City lots 



Total. 



Assessed 

valuation of 

Cook Co. 



$18, 570, 512 

2, 918, 217 

9, 812, 472 

62, C34, 839 



Per 


cent. 


Add. 


Ded't. 




6 





6 
6 










Equalized 

valuation of 

Cook Co. 



$17, 456, 281 

2, 918, 217 

9 223, 724 

58, 876, 749 



$93, 936, 040 $88, 474, 971 



137 



No. 28. 



Statement of property assessed for the year 1872, in the several counties, as 
returned to the Auditor's office. 



b 


Counties. 


Horses. 


Cattle. 


H 
to 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 


No. 

3,232 
3, 315 

4,182 
6,514 
3,988 
4,822 
2, 502 
4, 123 
5,107 


Value. 


Av'ge 


1 




1,304 
1,323 
1,601 
3,918 
2, 311 
2, 512 
1,042 
2,521 
3,036 


$59, 657 
49, 171 
57, 150 

169, 507 
70, 078 
78, 099 
35, 080 

109, 975 

104, 135 


$45 75 
37 17 
35 70 
43 26 

30 32 

31 09 

33 67 
43 62 

34 30 


$40, 515 

32, 812 

33, 946 
59, 720 
39, 848 
46, 140 
24, 810 
43, 8*0 
48, 745 


$12 54 




9 90 






8 12 






9 17 






9 99 






9 57 






9 92 






10 03 






9 54 




Total 






19, 508 

4,323 
3, 023 
6,468 
7, 712 
5,404 
3, 121 
5,703 
5,366 


$732, 854 

142, 971 
90, 436 
165, 799 
170, 419 
118, 577 
125, 786 
203, 593 
155 047 


$37 45 

33 07 
29 92 
25 63 
22 10 
21 94 
40 30 
35 70 
28 89 


37, 785 

6,222 

3, 855 
10, 958 
15, 188 

9,947 

4, 597 
7,901 
8,338 


$370, 356 

56, 806 
35, 136 

87, 032 
100, 015 
65, 213 
48, 054 
b.i, 355 
70, 086 


$9 80 


2 


Hamilton 


9 13 
9 11 






7 94 




Wayne 

Richland 

Edwards 

White 


6 59 

6 56 

10 45 

8 02 




Lawrence 

Total 

Williamson 


8 41 


3 


41, 120 

3,356 
4,415 
4,634 
7, 377 
5,746 
3,628 


$1, 172, 628 

103, 857 
138, 424 
170, 991 
212, 836 
179, 499 
102, 462 


$28 52 

30 98 

31 35 
36 90 

28 85 
31 24 
28 24 


67, 006 

5,613 

5,968 
8,437 
10, 933 
7,999 
3, 592 


$525, 697 

47, 487 
50, 864 
83, 123 
91, 856 
66, 630 
32, 253 


$7 85 

8 46 
8 52 




Jackson 


9 85 
8 40 




.Randolph 

Monroe 

T o tal 


8 33 

8 98 




29, 156 

3,799 
5, 183 
5,180 
7,606 
8,869 
5,534 


$908, 069 

107, 028 
94, 787 
125, 250 
216, 650 
171, 835 
125, 540 


$31 15 

28 17 

18 29 
24 18 
28 48 

19 37 
22 69 


42, 542 

5,954 
8,043 
6,107 
12, 148 
15, 259 
8,853 


$372, 213 

44, 630 
42, 309 
57, 326 

98, 956 
110, 178 

99, 515 


$8 75 


4 


Perry 


7 50 
5 26 






9 39 




Marion 


8 15 

7 22 




Bond 


11 24 




Total 






36, 171 

7,149 
12, 107 


1841, 090 

182, 574 
470, 491 


$23 25 

25 54 

38 86 


56, 364 

7,382 
14, 873 


$452, 914 

74, 244 
220, 945 


$8 04 


5 


St Clair 


10 06 




14 86 




Total 






19, 256 

3,787 
2,157 
7,181 
2,180 
10, 669 


$653, 065 

121, 955 
86, 390 

203, 910 
84, 581 

322, 710 


$33 91 

32 20 
40 05 
28 40 
38 80 
30 24 


22,255 

6,056 
4,067 

16, 321 
3,945 

20, 351 


$295, 189 

68, 995 
51, 483 

135, 099 
40, 062 

171, 215 


$13 20 


6 


Jersey 

Calhoun 


11 39 

12 66 

8 27 




Scott. 

-tike 

Total 


10 16 
8 41 




25, 974 

16, 159 
10.465 
10, 131 
13, 498 


$819, 546 

406, 521 
251, 775 
289, 954 
392, 086 


$31 55 

25 16 

24 06 

28 62 

29 05 


50, 740 

24, 193 
13, 640 
13, 363 
19, 226 


$466, 853 

237, 069 
114, 225 
148, 783 
186, 760 


$9 20 


7 




9 80 




8 37 






11 13 




Shelby 

Total 


9 71 




50, 253 

5,460 
5, 623 
6,071 
5,170 
7,962 
10, 889 


$1, 340, 336 

152, 616 
149, 646 
126, 409 
134, 493 
161, 388 
249, 263 


$26 67 

27 95 
26 61 
20 82 
26 01 

20 27 
22 89 


70, 422 

10, 972 
10, 659 
8, 852 
8,777 
13, 140 
23, 363 


$686, 837 

78, 362 
90, 648 
65, 022 
74, 507 
92, 252 
200, 258 


$9 75 


8 




7 14 




9 50 






7 35 






8 48 






7 02 






8 57 




Total 






41, 175 


$973, 815 


$23 65 


75, 763 


$601,049. 


$7 93 







-16 



138 
Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Coles 

Douglas. .. . 
Champaign . 
Vermilion. . 
Iroquois. .. . 
Ford 



Total - 



10 McLean . 
DeWitt . 

Piatt 

Moultrie 
Macon... 



Total. 



11 Tazewell. . 

Logan 

Sangamon. 



12 



Menard. . 

Cass 

Schuyler 
Brown . . . 
Morgan.. 



Total. 



Total. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 
Hancock 

Total 



McDonough. 
Henderson .. 

Mercer 

Warren 



Total. 



Mason. 
Fulton 
Knox.. 



Total. 



Peoria 

Stark 

Marshall 
Putnam . 

Total. 



17 'Woodford . 
Livingston. 
LaSalle 



Total. 



18 



Kankakee . 
Grundy . . . 

Will 

Kendall . . . 



Total. 

DuPage . 

Kane 

DeKalb. . 



Total. 



Horses. 



No. Value. Av'ge 



10, 381 
7,380 
15, 657 
15, 188 
15, 501 
5, 705 



69, 812 

23, 285 
8,692 
6,403 
6, 235 

10, 345 



54, 960 

12, 866 
12, 423 
16, 506 



41, 795 

3,871 
4,466 
7,892 
4,403 
7, 451 



28, 083 

13, 790 
1,055 
15, 577 



30, 422 

13, 302 
6,521 
11,094 
13,223 



44, 200 

5,778 
14, 850 
17, 360 



§300, 997 
243, 028 
428, 025 
484, 052 
370, 299 
152, 866 



, 979, 267 

624, 754 
224, 649 
187, 958 
160, 402 

272, 879 



1, 470, 642 

344, 184 
439, 251 
402, 855 



§28 99 
32 93 
27 34 
31 87 
23 89 
26 80 



Cattle. 



No. 



17, 095 
13 281 
23, 167 
34, 142 
33, 699 
9,844 



Value. 



|168, 322 
160 255 
229, 037 
463, 063 
269, 536 
92, 112 



Av'ge 



|9 85 

12 07 
9 89 

13 56 

8 00 

9 36 



§28 35 

26 83 
25 85 
29 36 

25 73 

26 38 



131, 228 

41, 874 
9,709 
7,840 
9,692 

14, 096 



§26 76 

26 75 
35 36 

24 41 



§1, 186, 290 

114, 015 
143, 824 
201, 639 
104, 906 
204, 902 



§769, 286 

255, 272 

28, 270 

331, 705 



§614, 247 

176, 891 
180, 150 
298, 517 
322, 204 



37, 988 

13, 306 
6,626 
8,151 
3,652 



31, 735 

10, 452 
17, 689 
21, 021 



49, 162 

7,734 
8,172 
13, 943 
7,443 



37, 292 

6,340 
10, 281 
12, 687 



§977, 762 

147, 551 
373, 074 
460, 169 



§980, 794 

308, 210 
135, 783 
194, 820 



§707, 601 

263, 902 
436, 269 
545, 760 



§1, 245, 931 

219, 970 
207, 003 
241,270 
176, 327 



§944, 570 

118, 575 
214, 021 
275, 303 

CC07, 899 



§28 38 

29 45 
32 20 
25 55 
23 83 
27 50 



§27 39 

18 '44 
26 80 
21 29 



§20 19 

13 24 

27 63 
26 91 
24 37 



§22 12 

25 54 

25 12 

26 51 



§25 82 

23 16 
20 49 
23 90 

18 84 



§22 21 

25 25 

24 66 

25 96 



83, 211 

17, 749 
16, 979 
29, 162 



63, 890 

8,003 
7,506 

13, 740 
7,377 

16, 521 



53, 147 

25, 244' 
754 

28, 744 



54, 742 

24, 364 
12, 569 

25, 423 
25, 050 



87, 416 

8,381 
27, 748 
35, 776 



71, 905 

21, 013 

12, 290 

13, 697 
7,040 



54, 040 

15,665 

27, 944 
36, 084 



§25 34 

28 44 
25 33 
24 62 
23 69 



§25 33 

18 70 

20 82 

21 70 

£20 74 



79, 693 

15, 248 
18, 507 
37, 076 
16, 223 



87,054 

18, 914 
35, 311 
38, 130 



, 392, 335 

449, 592 
126, 130 
93, 484 
86, 679 
139, 813 



§10 53 

10 74 
12 99 

11 92 
9 94 
9 92 



$895,-<397 §10 76 

152, 666 I 8 60 

219, 846 | 12 95 

302, 684 j 10 40 



§675, 406 §10 57 



88, 715 
57, 770 

114, 459 
54, 892 

185, 195 



11 09 

7 70 

8 33 
7 44 

11 21 



§501, 031 i §9 43 

161, 256 | 6 39 

9, 925 13 16 

222, 407 7 74 



§393, 588 $7 19 



140, 052 
117, 344 
230, 391 
221, 463 



5 75 
9 34 
9 06 

8 84 



§709, 250 

66, 238 
232, 646 
308, 569 



§607, 453 

155, 814 
98, 932 

110, 952 
51,436 



$iU, 134 

152, 930 

220, 428 
321, 348 



§694, 706 

146, 814 
166, 259 
289, 551 
125, 406 



§728, 030 

119, 300 
248, 998 
336, 669 

J70-1, 0O7 



§8 11 

7 90 

8 39 
8 63 



§8 45 

7 42 

8 05 
8 10 
7 31 



§7 72 

9 76 

7 89 

8 91 



|8 72 

9 63 

8 98 
7 81 
7 73 



§8 36 

6 31 

7 05 

8 83 



139 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



2© Ogle 

Lee 

"Whiteside. 



21 



Total. 



Bureau 

Henry 

Rock Island. 



Total. 



22 Carrol). 

Jo Daviess . 
Stephenson. 



Total. 



23: Winnebago. 

Boone 

McHenry... 
Lake 



Total 

|Cook 

Grand Total. 



HOKSES. 



No. 



17,120 

8,831 

11, 274 



37,225 

17, 490 

17, 001 
8, 244 



Value. Av'ge. 



$869, 326 
219, 176 
211, 467 



f 1, 299, 969 

387, 745 
434, 284 
436, 012 



22,735 

8,794 
8,822 
10, 392 



28,008 



10, 875 
5,876 



6, 932 



33,429 
23,423 



892,250 



1, 258, 041 

194, 393 
192, 150 
248, 746 



$635, 289 

224, 362 

99, 941 

208,302 

124, 028 



$50 78 
24 82 
18 76 



$34 92 

22 17 
25 54 
52 88 



Cattle. 



No. 



Value. 



41, 415 
23, 393 
33, 172 



40, 198 
33, 793 
19, 849 



22 11 
21 78 

23 94 



$656, 633 
675, 093 



$23,450,717 



$22 68 

20 63 
17 01 

21 37 
17 89 



$19 64 



28 82 



$26 58 



93, 840 

22,801 
24, 732 
26, 642 



74, ;75 

26, 972 
16, 342 
30, 749 
21, 838 



95, 891 
40,585 



$710, 235 
184, 154 
184, 813 



$1, 079, 202 

283,344 
258,728 
334, 948 



$877, 020 

137, 545 
147, 647 
169, 987 



Av'ge 



$17 15 
7 87 
5 57 



$11 01 

,7 05 
7 68 
16 87 



$455, 179 

160, 070 
100, 670 
197, 654 
123, 246 



$581, 640 



1,684,029 ;$14,778,925 



6 03 

5 97 

6 38 



$6 14 

5 94 

6 16 
6 43 
5 64 



$6 07 



$8 78 



140 

Statement- — Continued. 



Counties. 



Alexander . . 

Pulaski 

Massac 

Pnion 

Johnson 

Pope 

Hardin 

Gallatin 

Saline 

Total 

Hamilton . . - 

TV abash 

Clay 

Wayne 

Richland 

Edwards 

White 

Lawrence... 

Total 

Williamson . 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Randolph . . . 
Monroe 

Total 

Perry 

Washington 

Clinton 

Marion 

Payette 

Bond 

Total 

St. Clair.... 
Madison 

Total 

Jersey 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Scott 

Pike 

Total 

Macoupin. .. 
Montgomery 
Christian . . . 
Shelby 

Total 

Effingham . . 

Jasper 

Crawford . . . 
Cumberland 

Clark 

Edgar 

Total 

Coles 

Douglas 

Champaign . 
Vermilion .. 

Iroquois 

Ford 

Total 



Mules and Asses. 



Sheep. 




6,738 §206,048 | %'M) 58 



141 
Statement — Continued. 





Counties. 


Mules and Asses. 


Sheep. 


n 


No. 


Value. 


Ave'ge. 


No. 


Value. 


Ave'ge . 


10 


McLean 

DeWItt -..- 

Piatt 


1,701 
766 
714 
663 

1, 397 


$49 222 
2l| 868 
24,912 
18, 776 
40,276 


$28 94 
28 55 
34 89 
28 32 
28 83 


13,889 
12, 575 

2,715 
12, 858 

8, 036 


$11, 115 

16, 467 

2, 757 

12, 631 

7,982 


80 

$1 31 

1 02 

98 




Macon 

Total 


99 


11 


5,241 

587 
1,520. 
2,947 


|155, 054 

17, 968 
64,262 
74, 443 


$29 58 

30 61 

42 28 
25 26 


50,073 

5,898 
6,261 
14, 969 


$50, 952 

5,523 

8,928 
21, 782 


$1 02 
94 




Logan 

Sangamon. - 

Total 


1 43 

1 45 




5, 054 

632 

676 
427 
566 
865 


$156, 673 

19, 790 
23,920 
12, 716 
12, 679 
26,221 


$31 00 

31 31 

35 28 

29 78 
27 50 

30 31 


27, 148 

5,758 
1, 591 
9,025 
7,591 
9,000 


$36, 223 

5,880 
2,118 

13, 555 
7,395 

10, 052 


$1 33 


12 


Menard 

Cass 


1 02 
1 33 




Schuyler 


1 50 

98 






1 12 




Total 






3,070 

2,447 

218 

2,079 


|94, 526 

55,508 

5,860 

54,314 


$31 11 

22 68 
26 88 
26 13 


32, 965 
14, 451 


$39, 000 
12, 457 


$1 18 


"'i? 




86 












10, 240 


9, 029 


88 




Total 






4,744 

1,170 
632 
870 

1,080 


$115, 682 

20,908 
19, 521 
28,300 
30,706 


$24 38 

17 87 
30 89 
32 53 

28 43 


24,691 

10, 615 

3, 041 
6,266 
5,117 


$21, 486 

10, 200 

3,086 
6,168 
2, 066 


87 


14 




96 






1 01 






98 






52 




Total 






3, 752 

1,886 
771 
879 


§99, 435 

54, 956 
20,637 
26,064 


$36 50 

29 14 

26 77 
29 65 


25, 039 

853 

20, 217 

9,011 


$22, 120 

793 

25,944 
9,068 


88 


15 




93 




1 28 






1 01 




Total 






3,536 

670 
355 

249 
117 


$101,657 

17,306 
7,185 
6,247 
2,190 


$28 75 

25 83 
20 24 
25 09 

18 72 


30,081 

7,272 
6,338 
3, 799 

1,688 


$35, 805 

7,029 
9,256 
3,785 
1, 443 


$1 19 


16 




97 




1 46 






1 00 






85 




Total 






1, 391 

3S5 

1, 192 

690 


$32,928 

11,814 
35, 429 

16, 457 


$23 67 

30 69 
29 72 
23 85 


19, 097 

4,083 

5, 429 

. 8,469 


$21, 513 

3,949 

4, 991 
9, 776 


$1 13 


S7 




97 




92 






1 15 




Total 

Kankakee - .- 




16 


2,267 

323 
343 
531 
218 


$63, 700 

9,611 
9,079 
12,625 
5,039 


$28 10 

29 84 
26 47 
23 78 
23 11 


17, 981 

1,450 

1,845 
5,576 
7,928 


$18, 719 

1,416 

1,799 
6,597 
5,116 


$1 04 

98 
98 




wn..' 

Kendall 


1 19 

77 




Total 






1,414 

103 
246 
295 


$36,354 

2,113 

5,493 
6,701 


$25 71 

20 51 
22 33 

22 72 


16,799 

15,725 
22, 961 
15,462 


$15,928 

15, 487 
22, 832 
15, 457 


95 


19 




98 




99 




LVKalTj 


1 00 




Total 






644 

333 

217 
312 


$14, 307 

19, 067 

4,84® 
5,996 


$22 32 

57 26 
22 3© 
19 22 


54,148 

11, 493 

5,891 
6,573 


$53, 776 

27,301 
4,311 
5,271 


99 


SO 


Ogle 


2 38 


Lee - - 


73 
80 




Total 






&62 


$29,903 


$34 69 


23,957 


$36, 883 


$1 54 



142 
Statement — Continued. 



1 


Counties. 


Mules and Asses. 


Sheep. 




No. 


Value. 

|16, 190 
23, 408 
28, 565 


Ave'ge. 


No. 


V&hie. 


Ave'ge. 


21 




722 
984 
478 


$22 44 
23 79 
59 76 


5, 981 
4,005 
3, 222 


$4,652 
3,957 
5,494 


78 






99 






$1 71 




Total 




2,184 

153 

217 
294 


$68, 772 

3, 814 

6,187 
7,162 


$31 21 

24 93 

28 51 
24 36 


13,208 

5,575 
10, 364 
13, 144 


$14, 103 

3,984 

7, 701 

14, 8-72 


$1 07 


OQ 


Carroll 


71 






74 






1 13 




Total 






664 
248 

183 

75 


$17, 164 

5,182 
1,356 
3,813 
1, 135 


$25 85 

20 90 

19 37 

20 83 
15 13 


29, 083 

14, 112 
15, 376 
40, 811 
50, 636 


$26,556 

14, 014 
12, 050 
32, 336 
36. 845 


91 


W( 




99 






79 






79 






73 




Total 






576 
294 


$11, 486 
9.694 


$19 94 
33 00 


120, 935 

7,752 


$95, 245 
7,251 


79) 


24 




94* 


ito 


Grand Total 








88,250 1$2,714,571 


$30 7S 


%&ify4xi~ 


|1, 624, 468 


$1 01 







143 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Alexander . . 

Pulaski 

Massae 

Union 

Johnson 

Pope 

Hardin 

Gallatin 

Saline 

Total 

Hamilton . . . 

Wabash 

Clay 

"Wayne 

Richland 

Edwards. 

White 

Lawrence 

Total 

Williamson . 

Franklin 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Total 

Perry 

Washington . 

Clinton 

Marion 

•Fayette 

Bond 

Total...... 

St. Clair 

Madison 

Total 

Jersey 

Calhoun 

Greene 

Scott 

Pike 

Total 

Macoupin 

Montgomery. 

Christian 

'Shelby 

Totai 

Effingham . . . 

Jasper 

Crawford 

Cumberland . 

Clark 

Edgar 

Total 

■Coles 

Douglas 

Champaign . 
Vermilion . . . 

Iroquois 

Ford 

Total 



Hogs. 



No. 



6,161 

6, 649 

9, 359 

20, 724 

11, 565 
15, 424 

6, 090 

12, 812 
18, 054 



106, 838 

19, 575 

8,458 

21, 681 

23, 658 

16, 860 
12, 980 
25, 151 

17, 831 



146, 194 

20, 867 
22,582 
24, 321 
30. 642 
15, 908 
11, 724 



126, 044 

9,376 
10, 266 
15,813 
20, 061 
27,909 
16, 854 



100, 279 



20, 017 
46, 038 



66, 055 

15, 918 
9,564 
27, 650 
11,601 
59, 453 



124, 186 

50, 065 
28, 955 
53, 018 
55, 960 



187, 998 

16, 776 
21, 009 
27, 251 
20, 375 
31, 007 
44, 926 



161, 344 

42, 4W 
31, 854 
52, 976 
63, 855 
45, 051 
16, 889 



253, 044 



Value. 



$7, 320 

7,179 

9,821 

21,111 

11, 565 

16, 121 

6, 090 

13, 970 

22, 755 



$115, 932 

21,729 

15, 648 
22, 816 
21, 720 

16, 268 

25, 923 

26, 320 
24, 367 



Av'ge. 



§1 19 
1 08 
1 05 
1 02 
1 00 
1 04 
1 00 
1 09 
1 26 



Cakkiages and Wagons. 



No. 



793 
724 
954 

1,908 
605 
862 
309 
912 

1,020 



81 09 



1 11 

1 85 

1 05 
92 
87 

2 00 
1 05 
1 37 



8,087 

1,136 

1,184 
2, 287 
2, 231 
2, 108 
1, 248 
1,881 
1,770 



$174, 791 

23, 310 

22, 355 
26,010 
21, 188 
21, 391 
12, 382 



$126, 636 

9,226 
10, 266 
24, 906 

21, 472 

22, 300 
22, 910 



$1 20 


1 12 


99 


1 07 


70 


1 34 


1 06 


$1 00 


98 


1 00 


1 58 


1 07 


80 


1 36 



13, 845 

1,111 

1,366 

1, 734 

2, 367 
2,540 
1,982 



11, 096 

1,328 

1, 920 

2, 260 
2, 777 
2,760 
1,673 



Value. 



$22, 242 

15, 406 
11,819 
56, 765 

16, 587 

17, 206 
8, 62C 

28, 670 
26, 325 



Av'ge. 



25,502 
30,675 
39,372 
34,741 
35,158 i 
42,782 j 
41,290 I 
43,287 I 



$292, 807 

25, 511 
31, 932 
44, 563 
49, 785 
55, 007 
27, 496 



$234, 294 

22, 199 
22, 925 
42, 060 
53, 989 
39,860 
30,780 



$111, 140 



23, 568 
93, 394 



1 18 

2 03 



$116, 992 I $1 79 



29, 940 
18, 770 
39, 900 
23,138 
58, 417 



1 88 
1 96 
1 44 
1 99 



$170, 165 

57, 305 
28, 955 
57, 745 
70,440 



$1 37 

1 14 

1 00 

1 09 

1 26 



$214, 445 

13, 761 

27, 899 
35, 134 
29,274 

28, 248 
58, 549 



$192, 865 

€1, 742 
39,636 
53, 165 
103, 878 
47, 481 
23, 039 



12, 718 



4,475 
5,928 



$211, 813 



79, 258 
174, 127 



10,403 

1,545 
753 

2,101 

728 

3, 973 



$253, 385 

41, 460 

21, 070 
37, 465 

24, 977 
85, 563 



9,100 

4,941 
3,007 
3,449 
3,652 



15,049 

1,961 
1, 785 
1,777 
1,511 
2,746 
3,714 



$210, 535 

90,001 
59, 270 
53, 096 
84, 441 



$28 05 
21 28 
12 39 
29 75 
27 42 
19-96 
27 90 
31 43 
25 81 



£203, 640 ] $25 18 



37, 302 
30, 425 
29,073 
29, 240 
41,064 
62, 966 



$1 20 

1 46 
1 24 
1 00 
1 63 
1 05 
1 36 



13, 494 

3,145 
2,377 
4,906 
4,683 
4, 649 
1,945 



,941 i 41 30 



21, 705 



$230, 075 

63, 504 
47,911 
83, 099 
115,011 
59, 032 
26, 981 



22 45 
25 91 
17 22 
11 57 
16 67 
34 28 
21 95 
24 46 



$21 15 

22 96 

23 43 
25 70 
21 04 
21 66 
13 87 



$21 11 

16 71 

11 94 

18 61 

19 44 
14 44 
18 40 



$16 65 



17 71 
29 37 



$24 36 

26 83 

27 98 
17 83 
34 31 
21 54 



$23 14 

18 22 

19 71 
15 39 
23 12 



$19 06 

19 02 
17 04 
16 36 
19 35 
14 95 
16 95 



$17 05 

20 19 
20 16 
16 94 
24 56 

12 70 

13 87 



$395, 538 I $18 22 



144 

Statement — Continued. 





Counties. 


Hogs. 


Cakhiages and Wagons. 


o 

H 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 


No. 


Yalu e. 


Av'ge. 


10 




103, 856 
38, 339 
24, 241 
24, 134 
49, 913 


8117, 010 

53,107 
35, 399 
24, 362 
57, 095 


$1 13 
1 39 
1 46 
1 01 
1 14 


7,203 
2,548 
2,055 
1, 884 
3,470 


$122,975 
43,455 
33, 497 
30, 701 
64, 015 


$17 0' 




DeWitt 


17 0" 




Piatt 


16 3C 
16 3C 




Macon 

Total 

Tazewell 

Logan 

Sanganion 

Total 


18 4£ 


11 


240, 483 

48. 103 
55, 608 
78, 423 


#286, 973 

58, 604 

93, 018 

94, 525 


$1 19 

1 22 
1 67 
1 21 


17, 160 

4,143 

3, 763 
5,310 


$294, 643 

78, 085 

71, 048 

120, 120 


$17 r 

18 8c 
18 8' 
22 6" 


I* 


182, 134 

23, 414 
16, 652 
35, 637 
20, 129 
34, 403 


$246, 147 

32, 165 
23, 683 
40, 526 
17, 688 
45, 115 


$1 35 

1 37 
1 51 

1 14 

88 

1 31 


13, 216 

1,114 

1,500 
2, 291 
1,517 
2,747 


$269, 253 

29, 825 
28, 747 
41, 950 
24, 294 
58,800 


$20 3' 
26 T 




Cass . - - .' 

Schuyler 


19 1( 
18 31 
16 5C 




Morgan 

Total 

Adams 


21 41 


13 


129, 235 

72,926 

281 

58, 961 


$159, 177 

68, 694 

298 

63, 548 


$1 23 

94 
1 06 

1 08 


9,169 

5,642 

854 

5,435 


$183, 716 

74,799 
29, 443 
82,562 


$20 0<i 

13 2e 

34 4' 




Hancock 

Total 


15 11 


14 


132, 168 

66, 616 
33, 078 
63, 391 
65, 754 


$132, 540 

58, 712 
45, 012 
71,438 
79, 125 


$1 00 

88 
1 36 
1 13 
1 20 


11,931 

4,516 

1,912 
2, 827 
3,910 


$186, 804 

41,573 
40, 305 
52, 589 

80, 589 


$15 6f 
9 21 




Henderson 

Mercer 

Warren 

Total 

Mason 


21 oe 

18 6C 
20 61 


15 


228, 839 

21, 428 

86, 776 

87, 480 


$254, 287 

24,283 
114, 736 
132, 468 


$1 11 

1 13 
1 32 
1 51 


13, 165 

2,210 
4,957 
5,145 


$215, 056 

35, 697 
90, 311 
107, 166 


$16 24 

16 15 

18 25 




Knox 

Total 


21 83 


16 


195, G84 

59, 217 
36,064 
29, 261 
11,806 


$271, 487 

74, 394 
29, 616 
28, 950 
13, 446 


$1 39 

1 26 

82 

99 

1 14 


12, 312 

4,681 
1, 825 
2,639 
1,163 


$233,173' 

88, 736i 
28, 092 
37, 033 
15, 716 


$18 94 
18 9€ 




Stark 


15 3E 




Marshal] 


14 93 
13 51 




Total 






136, 348 

44,665 
57, 824 
56, 527 


$146, 406 

62, 649 
60, 525 
64, 674 


$1 07 

1 40 
1 05 
1 14 


10, 308 

3, 325 

5,709* 
6, 952 


$169, 577 

49, 650 
76, 242 
113, 777 


$16 45 


17 




14 93 




Livingston 


13 35 
16 37 




Total 






159, 016 

11, 374 
14, 039 
24, 328 
20, 785 


$187, 848 

18, 063 
20, 012 
27,505 
23, 337 


$1 18 

1 59 
1 43 
1 13 

1 12 


15, 986 

2,235 
2, 205 
5,676 
7,348 


$239, 669 

39,424 
28, 637 
72,217 
30, 244 


$14 99 


Ifl 




17 64 






12 99 




Will 


12 7-; 




Kendall 


12 88 




Total 






70, 526 

11,865 
21, 635 
38, 880 


$88, 917 

11, 375 

24, 415 
43, 908 


$1 26 

96 
1 13 
1 13 


12, 464 

2,684 
4,429 
3,529 


$170, 522 

30, 929 
66, 081 
49, 052 


$13 68 


I 1 * 




11 52 






14 92 




DeKalb 


13 90 




Total 






72, 380 

51, 781 
28, 824 
37, 202 


$79, 698 

166, 566 
29, 751 
40, 520 


$1 10 

3 21 
1 03 
1 09 


10,642 

4,856 
3, 265 
3, 912 


$146, 062 

168, 102 
39, 434 

42, 685 


#13 73 


90 


Ogle 


34 62 






12 08 






10 91 




Total 






117, 807 

63,425 
70, 360 
29, 215 


$236, 837 

69, 581 
77, 087 
63, 425 


$2 10 

1 10 

1 10 

2 17 


12,033 

5,160 
5,298 
2, 835 


$250, 221 

75,769 

83,593 

122, 760 


$20 79> 


c >! 




14 68 






17 78 






43 30 




Total I 






163, 000 


$210, 093 


$1 29 


13.293 


$282,122 1 


$21 22 



145 

Statement — Continued . 



b 

u. 

H 

2 
a 

H 
CO 


COUNTIES. 


Hogs. 


Carriages and Wagons. 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge. 


92 




30, 996 
30, 866 
43, 446 


$30, 738 
30, 961 
47, 538 


$ 99 
1 00 
1 09 


2,768 
2,896 
4,215 


$35,819 
37, 554 
60, 064 


$12 94 




Jo Daviess 

Stephenson 

Total 


12 97 
14 25 




105, 308 

25, 669 

10, 525 
22, 963 

11, 073 


$109, 237 

27, 525 

11, 803 

25, 468 

9,665 


$1 04 

1 07 
1 12 
1 11 

87 


9,879 

3,992 

2,888 
3,620 
2,853 


$133, 437 

58, 646 
21, 037 
43, 954 
27, 755 


$13 51 


a:! 




14 69 




Boone. 


11 14 

12 14 






9 73 




Total 






70,230 
17, 025 


$74, 461 
24, 721 


$1 06 
1 45 


12, 353 
13, 144 


$151, 392 
374, 253 


$12 26 


'24 


1 Cook 


28 54 


Sto 


Grand Total i - 






3, 292, 165 


$4, 060, 736 


$1 23 


384, 414 


$5, 618, 795 


$14 62 









146 

Statement — Continued. 



u 

H 

2 
o 

H 
SO 


Counties. 


Clocks and Watches. 


No. 


Pianos. 
Value. 


Ave'ge. 


Total value 


No. 


Value. 


Ave'ge. 


ted proper- 

ty- 


1 


Alexander 

Pulaski 


802 
794 
986 
1,801 
688 
878 
173 
174 
724 


$10, 740 

3, 753 
2,892 

11, 199 
3,575 
3,127 
1,840 

4, 512 
4,020 


$13 39 

4 73 

2 93 
6 22 

5 20 

3 56 
10 64 
25 93 

5 55 


88 
21 
16 
54 

4 
20 

5 
38 

2 


$9, 840 

2, 800 

1,406 

5,200 

425 

1,915 

430 

6, 420 

85 


$111 82 

133 33 

87 87 

96 30 

106 25 

95 75 

86 00 

168 95 

42 50 


$176, 305 
125, 784 
153 381 






377 114 






184 681 






198 872 






■ 92 573 






237,287 
251 795 








Total. . . . - 






7, 020 

673 
1,040 
1,919 
1.886 
2, 203 
1,110 
1,598 
1,556 


$45, 658 

3,687 
3,048 
5,024 
4,785 
6,017 
5,369 
9,018 
4,372 


$6 50 

5 48 
2 93 
2 62 
2 54 
2 73 

4 84 

5 64 
2 81 


248 

11 

25 
45 
18 
94 
21 
27 
13 


$28, 521 

1,180 
2,420 
3,250 
1,565 
4,844 
2,265 
1,900 
1,300 


$115 00 

107 27 
96 80 
72 22 
86 94 
51 53 

107 86 
70 37 

100 00 


$1, 797, 792 
287 797 


91 








194 653 




Clay 


365, 423 
382, 244 
273 218 










283 151 




White 


396 563 




Lawrence 

Total 


325, 428 




11, 985 

1, 157 
1,060 
1,761 
1,768 
2,635 
1,713 


$41, 320 

4,705 
5,215 
8 507 
5, 536 
11, 827 
2,679 


$3 45 

4 92 
4 83 

3 13 

4 49 
1 56 


254 

8 
15 
62 
34 
64 
22 


$18, 724 

770 
1,035 
5,470 
4,070 
4,660 
1,340 


$73 71 

96 25 
69 00 
88 23 
119 70 
72 81 
60 91 


$2, 508, 477 
260 530 


3 






Franklin 


309, 506 
390 717 




Jefferson 

Randolph 

Monroe 

Total 


463, 810 
388, 086 
213, 651 




10, 094 

1,241 
1,718 
2,080 
2,564 
2,264 
575 


' $38,469 

3,470 
2,039 
3, 092 
9,071 
4,077 
3,545 


$3 81 

2 80 
1 19 
1 49 

3 54 
1 80 
6 07 


205 

36 
56 
49 
121 
46 
51 


$17, 345 

1,940 
2,063 
3,905 
9,699 
1,699 
4,010 


$84 60 

53 88 
36 84 

79 69 

80 16 
76 93 
78 63 


$2, 026, 300 

212, 667 
198, 238 
286 661 


4 


Perry 

Washington 




Marion 

Fayette 

Bond.' 


454, 021 
383, 15» 
308, 765 




Total 






10, 442 

2,126 
3,167 


$25, 294 

5,690 

20, 668 


$2 42 

2 68 
6 53 


359 

147 
359 


$23, 316 

8,882 
34, 152 


$64 95 

60 42 
95 13 


$1, 843, 502 

447, 932 
1, 189, 077 


5 


St. Clair 

Madison 

Total 




5,293 

1,050 
570 

1,283 
408 

3,586 


$26, 358 

6,805 
3,182 
8,665 
2,375 
8,625 


$4 98 

6 48 

5 58 

6 75 
5 82 
2 41 


506 

104 

9 

120 

38 
168 


$43, 034 

10, 885 

865 

9,630 

3,280 

10, 571 


$85 05 

104 66 
96 11 
80 25 
86 32 
62 92 


$1, 637, 009 
301, 009 


6 






Calhoun 


193, 649 
467, 344 






191, 366 




Pike 


726, 409 




Total 






6,897 

4,840 
2. 260 
2,990 
3, 153 


$29, 652 

11, 219 

10, 900 
7,776 

11, 231 


$4 30 

12 32 
4 82 

2 60 

3 56 


439 

207 
78 
93 
79 


$35, 231 

13, 734 
6,140 
5,467 
5,937 


$80 25 

66 35 

78 72 
58 78 
75 15 


$1, 884, 777 


7 




896, 195 




Montgomery 

Christian 

Shelby 

Total 

Effingham 

Jasper 

Crawford 

Clark 


515, 315 
635, 711 

836, 254 


8 


13, 243 

1,851 
1,414 
1,497 
1,260 
2,739 
3,212 


$41, 126 

3,224 
2,778 
5,749 
2,752 
6,685 
8,495 


$3 11 

1 74 

1 96 
3 84 
9 18 

2 44 
2 64 


457 

47 
20 
17 
10 
51 
146 


$31, 278 

4,070 
648 

1,475 
955 

4,273 
11, 490 


$68 44 

86 60 
32 40 
86 76 ' 
95 50 

83 79 
78 70 


$2, 883, 475 

310, 242 
331, 488 
291, 979 
296, 624 
365. 844 




Edgar 


639, 274 




Total 






11, 973 

3,433 
2, 303 
4, 620 
3,953 
4,113 
1,626 


$29, 683 

11, 013 

8,692 

13, 043 

14, 427 
7,881 
2,678 


$2 48 

3 21 

3 77 

2 82 

3 65 
1 89 
1 65 


291 

143 

60 

223 

131 

114 

48 


$22, 911 

10, 082 
6,930 
12, 195 
12, 129 
5,481 
2,907 


$78 73 

70 50 
115 50 
54 69 
92 59 
48 08 
60 56 


$2, 235, 451 


9 


Coles 

Champaign 


655, 065 

543, 658 

858, 503 

1, 272, 304 




Iroquois 

Eord 


786, 596 
333, 118 




Total 






20, 048 


$57, 734 


$2 88 


719 


$49, 724 


$69 16 


$4, 469, 244 



147 
Statement — Continued. 



b 

OR 
H 
S3 


Counties. 


Clocks and Watches. 


Pianos. 


Total value 
of enumera- 


O 
H 
00 


No. 


Value. 


Ave'ge. 


No. 


Value. 


AVge 


ted proper- 
ty- 


10 


McLean 

De Witt 


% 6, 877 
2,701 
1,778 
1,459 
2,139 


$28, 410 
8,607 
6,774 
4, 362 
8,641 


$4 13 
3 19 

3 81 
2 96 

4 04 


415 
75 
33 
26 

123 


$30, 688 
3,582 
2,231 
3,302 
9,442 


$73 93 
47 76 
67 61 

127 00 
76 76 


$1, 143, 758 
497, 865 




Piatt 

Moultrie " 

Macon 

Total 

Tazewell 

Logan 

Sangamon 

Total 

Menard 

Scliuyler 


387, 012 
341, 214 
600, 143 


11 


14, 954 

2,981 
3,280 
3,865 


$56, 794 

10, 207 
12, 730 
26, 567 


$3 80 

3 42 

3 88 
6 87 


672 

220 
142 
385 


$49, 237 

13, 290 

8,488 
43, 120 


$73 27 

60 41 
59 77 
112 00 


$3, 259, 992 

680, 537 

917, 571 

1, 086, 296 


12 


10, 126 

956 

456 

1,824 

1,341 

1,250 


$49 504 

6, 500 
2, 193 
4,214 
2,505 
9,471 


$4 89 

6 80 

4 81 
2 31 

1 81 

7 58 


747 

45 

54 

48 

47 

307 


$64, 898 

3, 650 
3,705 
2,935 
3,030 
21, 725 


$86 88 

81 11 
68 61 
61 15 

64 47 
70 77 


$2, 684, 404 

300, 540 
285, 960 
431, 994 

227, 689 




Morgan 

Total 


561, 481 




5,827 

4,748 
1,301 
5,609 


$24, 883 

8,649 
11, 135 
12, 235 


$4 27 

1 84 
8 56 

2 18 


501 

193 
275 
196 


$35, 045 

7,073 
19, 405 
10, 381 


$69 95 

36 65 
70 56 
52 96 


$1, 807, 664 
642, 708 


13 


City of Quincy 

Hancock .■ 

Total 

McDonough 


104, 336 
786, 181 


14 


11,658 

4,471 
1,532 
2.269 
3, 460 


$32, 019 

6,614 
5,347 
6,211 
8,374 


$2 75 

1 48 
3 49 

2 74 
2 42 


664 

151 
51 
51 

192 


$36, 859 

4,915 
3,829 
3,885 
11, 249 


$55 51 

32 55 

75 08 

76 18 
58 59 


$1, 533, 225 

459, 865 
414, 594 




Mercer 

"Warren 

Total 

Mason 

Fulton 


697, 499 
456, 376 


15 


11, 732 

2,283 
5,009 
3,845 


$26, 546 

6,927 
12, 183 
16, 174 


$2 26 

3 04 
2 43 

4 21 


445 

80 
203 
324 


$23, 878 

5, 588 
14,916 
21, 688 


$53 66 

69 85 
73 48 
66 94 


$2, 328, 334 

342, 033 

884, 447 

1, 081, 365 




Total 






11, 136 

3,536 

1,687 
2,437 
1,089 


$35, 284 

12, 785 
2,897 
4, 883 
1,608 


$3 17 

3 61 

1 72 

2 00 
1 48 


607 

319 

46 

119 

25 


$42, 192 

22, 967 
2,290 
5, 645 
1, 255 


$79 51 

72 03 

49 78 
47 44 

50 20 


$2, 307, 845 


1G 


Peoria 

Stark 

Marshall 


687, 241 
314, 051 
392, 315 
155, 882 




Total 






8,749 

3,181 
4,926 

6,588 


$22, 173 

5,648 

9, 560 

13, 228 


$2 53 

1 78 

1 94 

2 01 


509 

93 
•160 
479 


$32, 157 

5,556 

7,100 

26, 381 


$63 18 

59 74 
44 37 
55 07 


$1, 549, 489 


17 




556, 098 






850, 544 






1, 111, 404 




Total 






14, 695 

964 
1,593 
5,024 
1,733 


$28, 436 

3,112 

3,121 

10, 033 

2,970 


$1 94 

3 23 

1 96 

2 00 
1 71 


732 

90 
103 
271 
132 


$39, 037 

5,228 

4,652 

16, 285 

5,847 


$53 33 

58 09 
45 17 
60 09 
44 00 


$2, 518, 046 


ie 




443, 638 






440, 562 




Will . 


776, 083 




Kendall 


375, 286 




Total 






9,314 

3,001 
6,456 
3,512 


$19, 236 

4,123 

18, 454 
4,337 


$2 07 

1 37 

2 86 
1 23 


596 

166 

474 
154 


$32, 012 

8,195 
25, 425 

8,440 


$53 71 

"9 37 

53 64 

54 81 


$2, 035, 569 






310, 097 






625, 719 




DeKalb 


739, 867 




Total 






12, 969 

5,094 
3,477 
3, 965 


$26, 914 

26, 531 

6,448 
7,246 


$2 08 

5 21 
1 85 
1 83 


794 

176 
228 
166 


$42, 060 

32, 495 
9,980 

6,797 


$52 96 

184 63 
43 77 
40 95 


$1, 675, 683 


°o 


Ogle 


2, 019, 623 






498, 094 






504, 795 




Total 






12, 536 

4,267 
5,591 
3,031 


$40, 225 

7,403 
9,948 

27, 841 


$3 21 

1 73 
1 78 
9 19 


570 

217 
263 
289 


$49, 272 

8, 354 

12, 974 
35, 547 


$86 44 

38 50 
49 33 
123 00 


$3, 022, 512 


°1 




853, 047 






903, 979 




1, 054, 592 


Total 




12, 889 


$45, 192 


$3 51 


769 


$56, 875 


$73 96 


$2, 811, 618 



148 
Statement — Continued . 



b 

DO 


Counties. 


Clocks 


and Watches. 


No. 


Pianos. 
Value. 


Av'ge- 

$24 32 
58 31 
49 50 


Total value 


a 


No. 


Value. 


Av'ge- 


ted proper- 

ty- 


w, 




2,912 
2,191 
4,075 


3,833 
4,476 

7,978 


$1 32 
2 04 
1 96 


228 
121 
181 


$5, 546 
7, 055 
8,959 


$415, 672 




Stephenson 

Total 


433, 731 
565, 306 




9,178 

2,920 
1,840 
3,139 
2,083 


|16, 287 

10, 661 
3, 107 
4,319 
4,137 


fl 77 

3 65 
1 68 
1 38 
1 99 


530 

376 

53 

132 

134 


$21, 560 

23, 578 
2,474 
5,787 
5,615 


$40 68 

62 71 

46 68 
43 84 
41 90 


$1, 414, 709 


23 




524, 038 




Boone 


252, 438 
521, 633 






332, 426 




Total. 






9, 982 
6,901 


122, 224 
41, 561 


$2 23 
6 02 


695 
2,671 


$37, 454 
219, 636 


$53 89 
82 23 


$1, 630, 535 


24 




1, 657, 388 


ito 


Grand Total 






259, 641 


$822, 572 


$3 17 


14, 980 


$1,052,256 


$70 24 


$53, 523, 040 



149 

Statement — Continued. 



H 
g 

o 


Counties. 


Goods and 
merchandise. 


Bankers' 
brokers and 
st'k jobbers' 

property. 


Manufactur'd 
articles. 


Monevs and 
credits. 


Bonds, 
stocks, etc 


1 




§179, 235 
38, 569 
38, 620 
92, 705 
16, 050 
28, 410 
20, 480 
109, 870 
18 860 




$10, 820 
16, 770 
8,398 
7,250 


$23, 362 

27, 999 

17, 971 

148, 502 

16, 664 

29, 029 

8,590 

81, 720 

7,240 


$3, 980 
1 300 














200 






$5, 000 
















745 
915 






Hardin 




















1,725 


200 




Total 








$542, 890 

36, 175 
36, 660 
68, 464 
19, 604 
59, 643 
37, 120 
100, 300 
33, 455 


$5, 000 


$46, 623 

200 
7,765 
3,544 
1,957 

462 
2,520 
3,770 
1,180 


$301, 677 

29, 030 
60, 430 
93, 036 
45, 725 
62, 545 
168, 177 
54, 930 
49, 154 


$5, 680 


s 




Clay 




2,500 






5,120 














25 242 








600 




White 
















Total 








$394, 421 

18, 415 

16, 743 
103, 206 

66, 350 
138, 730 

41, 320 




$21, 398 

4, 535 

450 

10, 400 

5,106 
21, 745 

7,990 


$563, 833 

34, 830 

70, 155 

102,580 

124, 448 
259, 694 
101, 780 


$33, 462 
3,569 


7 


"Williamson 








1,500 








5,679 






1,000 
381 








7 400 






600 




Total 








$384, 764 

39, 271 
41, 139 
36, 948 
95, 229 

40, 049 
46, 380 


$1, 381 


$50, 226 

4, 526 
1,375 
9,522 
4,771 
5,188 
7,730 


$693, 487 

31, 360 
43, 363 
54, 094 
76, 505 
42, 339 
118, 455 


$18, 776 


4 


Perry 

Washington 

Clinton 






200 






3,275 




Marion 




52, 393 














28, 670 




Total 








$305, 016 

166, 799 
328, 942 




$33, 112 

36, 710 
132, 025 


$366, 116 

261, 793 
630, 606 


$84, 538 
128 895 


ej 


St Clair 


2,920 
55, 425 






12 960 




Total 






$495, 741 

69, 460 
24, 910 

78, 480 
29, 775 
100, 554 


$58, 345 


$168, 735 
2,400 


$892, 399 

195, 610 
60, 027 

160, 965 
58, 815 

238, 746 


$141, 855 
710 


a 
















3,000 


3,855 
1,400 
8,023 


3 075 










Pike 




4,718 




Total 








$303, 179 

14S, 631 

100, 475 

78, 391 

87, 482 


$3, 000 
20 


$15, 678 

14, 920 
1,865 
4,773 
6,359 


$714, 163 

321, 013 
132, 905 
117, 977 
130, 115 


$8, 503 
17 421 


7 














4,628 
814 






Shelby 






Total 






$414, 979 

28, 233 
14, 527 
25, 285 
27, 760 
52, 587 
99, 980 


$5, 662 
2,400 


$27, 917 

3,345 
302 
2,026 
1,594 
4,420 
13, 277 


$708, 010 

22, 031 
35, 474 
47, 110 

50, 849 

51, 841 
182, 253 


$17, 421 
265 


8 


Effingham 






789 





















Clark 




5,697 






2, 500 


37 500 




Total 






$248, 372 

116, 538 
97, 404 
110, 798 
163, 549 
85, 351 
32, 653 


$4, 900 


$24. 964 

17, 739 

415 

4,734 

31, 656 
4,368 
1,100 


$390, 158 

187, 211 
191, 974 
112, 999 
576, 047 
115, 908 
30, 092 


$44, 251 


9 


Coles 
















4,283 






12, 495 
450 


3 040 






301 


















$606, 293 


$12, 945 


$60, 12 


$1,214 831 


$7, 624 



150 
Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



McLean . 
DeWitt.. 
Piatt 
Moultrie. 
Macon . . . 



.Total . 



Tazewell . 

Logan 

Sangamon 



Total 



Menard . 

Cass 

Schuyler. 
Brown. . . 
Morgan . . 



Total. 



Adams 

City of Quincy. 
Hancock 



Total 



McDonough 
Henderson. . 

Mercer 

Warren 



Total . 

Mason . 
Fulton. 
Kane . . 



Total 



Peoria . . . 

Stark 

Marshall. 
Putnam . 



Total 



Woodford. . 
Livingston 
LaSalle 



Total 



Kankakee 
Grundy. . . 
Will 

Kendall. - . 



Total . 

DuPagc. 
Kane . . . 
HeKalb . 



Total. 



Lee 

Whiteside . 



Total. 



2| Bureau 

, Henry 

Kock Island 



Goods and 
merchandise. 



|358, 427 
52, 489 
36, 577 
30, 051 
160, 134 



§647, 678 

136, 144 
132, 737 
413,741 



Bankers' 
brokers and 

st'k jobbers' 
X)roperty. 



8662, 622 

52, 840 
45, 620 
30, 358 
40, 240 
178, 085 



|347, 143 

48, 932 
566, 841 
120, 089 



Total 



1735, 862 

77, 380 
29, 573 

78. 936 
107, 279 



$293, 168 

62, 503 
152, 852 
197, 450 



|412, 805 

452, 050 
32, 299 
60, 649 
12, 399 



$557, 397 

76, 086 
135, 378 
253, 487 



$464, 951 

52, 038 

60, 857 

141, 275 

19, 105 



$273, 275 

35, 281 

215, 755 

55, 136 



$306, 172 

313, 008 
50, 470 
80, 637 



$444, 115 

102, 804 
146, 190 
4!M, IJB 



$1 260 

300 

2,000 

6,000 

200 



$9, 760 



50, 800 



$50, 800 

9,000 

50, 004 

2,000 



5,000 



$66, 004 

50 

850 

5,400 



$6, 300 
60 



500 



$560 
390 



20, 332 



$20, 722 
170, 480 



$170, 480 
450 



5, 620 



$6, 070 
900 



150 
294. 



Manufactur'd 
articles. 



$1, 344 



33, 625 
1,000 



$34, 625 
90, 508 



$90, 508 



$15. 836 

1, 191 

1,441 

3,945 

15, 757 



$38, 170 

15, 614 
14, 671 
119,, 976 



$150, 261 

1,405 
2,315 
1,237 
3,179 
51,310 



$59, 446 

5,953 

119, 305 

14, 065 



$139, 323 

5,187 
1,935 
4,961 

5,058 



$17, 141 

2,325 
15, 581 
26, 132 



$44, 038 

31, 148 

778 

3,710 

498 



$36, 134 

4,103 

5, 128 

34, 181 



$43, 412 

3,565 

2,000 

37,023 

3,290 



$45, 878 

8,935 
97, 124 
20, 382 



$116, 441 

18, 555 

5,590 

20, 575 



$44, 720 

6,223 
5.635 

2S0, 7bl 



Moneys and 
credits. 



$402, 684 

83, 899 

78, 325 

62, 757 

124,791 



$752, 456 

227, 736 
171,315 
345, 346 



744, 397 

116, 470 

72, 762 

86, 474 

47, 475 

486, 048 



$809, 229 

234, 658 
83, 085 
184, 160 



$501, 903 

110, 309 
107, 135 
154, 832 
126, 339 



$498, 515 

49, 052 
249, 612 
363, 111 



$661, 775 

253, 774 
129, 442 
47,264 
28, 746 



459, 226 

134, 971 
145, 400 
280, 318 



$560, 689 

33, 345 

89, 208 

209, 476 

53, 685 



$385, 714 

90, 338 
346, 691 
111, 187 



$548, 216 

651, 647 
72, 717 
93, 890 



$818, 254 

183, 325 
168, 264 
475, 123 



$742,062 I $4,666 



$302, 639 



326,712 | $507,840 



151 

Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



Carroll 

Jo Daviess 

Stephenson 

Total 

Winnebago 

Boone 

MoHenry 

Lake 

Total 

5 Cook 

Grand Total 



Goods and 
merchandise. 



$40, 712 
93, 689 
97, 118 



$231, 519 

174, 835 
40, 345 
47, 810 
23, 672 



$286, 562 
6, 121, 564 



$16,243,150 



Bankers' 
brokers and 
st'k jobbers' 

property. 



$1, 483 



$1, 483 



$100 



$554, 655 



Mannfactur'd 
articles. 



$1, 515 
15, 923 
13, 416 



$30, 856 

84, 819 
3,284 
4,490 
2,400 



Moneys and : Bonds, 
credits, stocks.etc 



$94, 923 
822, 703 



$60, 587 
113, 406 
157, 684 



$331, 677 

304, 391 
90, 033 

132, G37 
64, 234 



591, 295 

758, 005 



$2,434,820 j $15,152,^837 



$4, 372 
59, 451 
54, 337 



$118, 060 

8,132 

2,118 

23, 763 

7,800 



$41, 813 
433, 871 



$3, 512, 017 



152 



Statement — C ontinued. 



Counties. 



Alexander . 
Pulaski 

Massac 

Union . 

Johnson . . . 

Pope 

Hardin 
Gallatin . . . 
Saline 



Total 



Hamilton . 
Wabash . . 

Clay 

"Wayne . . . 
Richland.. 
Edwards. . 
White 
Lawrence. 

Total.... 



Williamson 

Franklin 

Jackson. 

Jefferson 

Randolph . . 
Monroe 



Total. 



Perry 

Washington. 

Clinton 

Marion 

Payette 

Bond 



Total. 



St. Clair. 
Madison. 



Total. 



Jersey. . 
Calhoun. 
Greene . 
Scott . . . 
Pike 



Total. 



Macoupin 

Montgomery. 
Christian 



Shelby . 
Total. 



Effingham . . 

Jasper 

Crawford 

Cumberland. 

Clark , 

Edgar 



Total. 



Coles 

Douglas . . - 
Champaign 
Vermilion. . 
jti^Muois. . . 



Value of 

shares in 

the capital 

stock of 

banks. 



$90, 000 



450, 000 



TTnenumera- 
ted property. 



$141, 293 
79, 342 
62, 697 

119, 425 
44, 67a 
56, 162 
26, 337 

103, 585 
49, 544 



$540, 670 



70, 608 



23, 766 



$683, 056 

44, 444 
76, 883 
83, 097 
49, 852 
86, 121 
62, 162 
48, 516 
89, 926 



$541, 001 

60, 411 

48, 626 
142, 877 

87, 931 
163, 681 

82, 819 



Total value 

of personal 

property. 



$624, 995 
289, 755 
281, 367 
750, 666 
262, 066 
313, 818 
148, 895 
982, 462 
329, 364 



$3, 983, 388 

398, 552 
381, 891 
618, 684 
499, 382 
507, 231 
553, 730 
604, 079 
499, 143 



4, 062, 692 

382,318 
446, 980 
755, 459 
748, 645 
979, 717 
448, 160 



Deductions. 



$3, 986 


11, 121 
9,845 


2,969 





2, 010 



$29, 931 

8,211 
-2, 513 

18, 883 
14, 736 
10, 055 
10, 861 



7,286 




$586, 345 

66, 490 
56,^71 
104, 521 
137, 958 
76, 310 
71, 160 



354, 314 
341, 186 
495, 021 

820, 877 
624, 244 
581, 160 



$513, 310 



221, 692 
581, 294 



$3, 216, 802 



1, 266, 741 

2, 930, 329 



$802, 986 

104, 236 
37, 082 
78, 910 
87, 630 

199, 612 



$23, 766 



109, 990 



21, 666 



$131, 656 



$507, 470 

178, 276 

107, 170 

91, 292 

143, 737 



$520, 475 

65, 280 
55, 470 
75, 794 
59, 697 
107, 504 
154, 471 



$518, 216 

192, 222 
146, 251 
237, 847 
292, 013 
153, 424 
61, 047 

$1, 082, 804 



$4, 197, 070 

673, 425 
320, 668 
795, 629 
392, 752 
1, 278, 062 



$3, 460, 536 

576, 476 

857, 730 

932, 972 

1, 210, 761 



$4, 577, 939 

432, 396 

438, 050 
442. 194 
436, 524 
587, 893 
1, 129, 255 



$3, 466, 312 

1, 278, 765 
979, 702 

1, 370, 830 

2, 351, 704 
1, 146, 398 

458, 010 

$7, 585, 409 



$48, 349 



6,577 
16, 550 



$23, 127 



5,251 
3,500 



$8, 751 



36, 960 
40, 900 
11, 244 



$89, 104 
57, 942 



36, 241 
40, 355 



$134, 538 

7,379 
20, 368 

3,416 

16, 492 

14, 471 

287, 647 



$349, 773 

57, 319 
64, 315 

102, 060 

199, 445 

121, 361 

62, 736 

$607, 236 



$6, 978, 173 



153 



Statement — Continued. 



b 

1 


Counties. 


Value of 

shares in 

the capital 

stock of 

banks. 


1 
TTnenumera- 
ted property. 


Total value 

of personal 

property. 


Deductions 


jS'et value 

of personal 

property. 


in 






§363, 238 

118, 034 

61, 225 

63, 167 

2Q0, 039 


§2, 630, 131 

754, 128 

596, 580 

517, 634 

1,101,164 


§202,214 
40, 111 
42, 995 
27, 623 
19, 875 


§2, 427, 916 
714, 017 




DeWitt 






Piatt 




553, 585 








490 011 








1,081,289 




Total 










§825, 703 

216,013 
234, 031 
434, 726 


§3, 599, 636 

1,303,784 
1,471,583 
2, 887, 020 


§332, 818 

17, 095 
66, 822 
177, 432 


§5, 266, 818 
1, 286, 589 


11 




820, 000, 






1, 404 761 








2,709 588 




Total 








#20, 000 


§884, 810 

70, 820 
49. 991 
85, 031 
55, 483 
137, 980 


§5, 662, 287 

554, 240 
514, 417 
670, 562 
374, 076 
1, 524, 466 


§201, 349 

21, 350 

840 

16, 651 


§5, 400 938 


1-? 




532, 890 








513,577 
653, 911 
374, 076 






33, 333 










104, 562 


98, 555 


1, 425, 911 




Total 






§137, 895 


§399, 315 

174, 446 
524, 523 
167, 808 


§3, 637, 761 

1, 106, 822 
1, 543, 697 
1, 292, 123 


§137, 396 
18, 761 


§3, 500, 365 
1, 088, 061 


1H 








133, 507 


1, 543, 697 




47, 667 


1 , 244, 456 




Total 








§133, 507 


§866, 777 

123, 097 

88, 838 

175, 826 

117, 829 


§3, 942, 642 

805, 423 

643, 175 

1, 121, 571 

1, 161, 666 


§66, 428 

41,915 

4,345 

54, 979 

40, 748 


§3, 876, 214 
763, 508 


M 










638, 630 








1,066,592 






20, 466 


1,120,918 




Total 






§20, 466 


§505, 590 

115, 015 
192, 994 
357, 113 


§3, 73;, 835 

571, 348 
1, 537, 036 
2, 161, 438 


§141, 967 

16, 014 
15, 472 
59, 701 


§3, 589, 848 
555, 334 


15 


Mason 




Fulton 




1, 521, 564 








2, 101, 737 




Total 










§665, 152 

293,156 
70, 091 
76, 456 
31, 197 


§4. 269, 822 

1, 890, 769 
547, 052 
610, 572 
228, 822 


§91, 187 

14, 511 

23, 030 
19, 336 
4, 807 


$4, 178, 635 
1,876 258 


16 








Stark 




524, 022 






29, 662 


591, 236 




Putnam 


224, 015 












§29, 662 


§470, 900 

134, 061 
308, 056 
346, 750 


§3, 277, 215 

905, 862 
1, 450, 516 
2, 137, 451 , 


§61, 684 

20, 476 
71,119 
63, 848 


§3, 215, 531 
885, 386 


17 


"Woodford 








1, 379, 397 






73, 585 


2, 073, 603 




Total 




§73, 585 


§788, 867 

83, 686 

62, 078 

205, 950 

53, 944 


§4, 493, 829 

627, 172 

690, 094 

1, 464, 515 

505, 604 


§155, 443 

9,947 
41, 460 
31, 052 

18, 154 


$4, 338, 386 
617, 225 


18 


Kankakee 




Grundy 

Will 


33, 339 


648, 634 
1, 433, 463 




Kendall 




487, 450 




Total 








§33, 339 


§405, 658 

75, 847 

358, 678 

72, 115 


§3, 287, 385 

520, 898 
1, 655, 150 
1, 000, 067 


$100, 613 

12, 099 
32, 320 
57, 585 


$3, 186, 772 
508, 799 


19 






Kane 




1, 622, 830 




DeKalb 




942, 482 




Total 










§406, 640 

689, 630 
112, 269 
118, 670 


• §3, 176, 115 

3, 784, 871 
798, 015 
865, 807 


$102, 004 

176, 587 
21,227 
26, 355 


$3, 074, 111 
3, 608, 284 


20 


Ogle 








50, 000 
20, 000 


776, 788 




Whiteside 

Total. 


839, 452 




§70, 000 
34, 000 


§920, 569 

141, 244 
162, 154 
466, 404 


$5, 448, 693 

1, 328, 184 
1, 460, 211 
3, 210, 944 


§224, 169 

47, 709 
29, 980 
15, 554 


$5, 224, 524 

1, 280, 475 
1, 430, 231 


21 


Bureau 








3, 195, 390 




Total 








§34 000 


$769, 802 


$5, 999, 339 


$93,243 


$5, 906, 076 



L— 17 



154 

/Statement — Continued. 



23 



Counties. 



Carroll 

Jo Daviess . 
Stephenson 

Total 



Winnebago. 

Boone 

McHenry . . 
Lake 



Total 

>Cook 

Grand Total. 



Value of 

shares in 

the capital 

stock of 

hanks. 



$40, 000 
110, 249 



$150, 249 



122, 534 
23, 458 



$145, 992 



3, 410, 368 



, 025, 763 



Unenumera- 
ted property. 



$64, 507 
74, 847 
144, 318 



$283, 672 

204, 925 
39, 461 

67, 785 
48, 842 



$361, 013 



5, 715, 737 



0, 025, 868 



Total value 

of personal 

property. 



$627, 365 

901, 269 

1, 033, 564 



$2, 562, 225 

81, 423, 574 
451, 137 

798, 218 
479, 374 



3, 152, 303 



18, 919, 636 



$115, 472, 150 



Deductions. 



$19, 933 
6,789 
8.190 



$35, 918 

30, 115 

12, 822 
18, 345 
10, 347 



$71, 629 



19, 571 



$3, 258, 793 



Net value 

of personal 

property. 



$607, 426 

894, 507 

1, 024, 374 



83, 526, 307 

1, 393, 459 
438, 315 
779, 873 
469, 027 



$3, 080, 674 



18,900,065 



155 

'Statem ent — Continued. 



b 

1 


Counties. 


Railroad Property. 




Lands. 


Lots. 


Acres. 


Value . 


Av. per 
acre. 


No. 


Value. 


At. per 
lot. 


1